Indian Rock Road

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The dark wooded road reportedly leads to a meadow, a popular teen hangout. It is said to have cold spots and a malevolent force that watches over everyone there.

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Address:
Indian Rock Road
Nashua, NH
United States

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GPS:
42.77750418277161, -71.52885836345376
County:
Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Nashua, NH (3.2 mi.)
Hollis, NH (4.0 mi.)
Hudson, NH (4.6 mi.)
Litchfield, NH (5.2 mi.)
Merrimack, NH (6.3 mi.)
East Merrimack, NH (6.7 mi.)
Brookline, NH (7.2 mi.)
Milford, NH (7.3 mi.)
Dunstable, MA (7.5 mi.)
Amherst, NH (7.6 mi.)

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  1. The area around Indian Rock Road in Hollis was once the site of a Native American settlement that was abandoned in the early 1700’s in order to escape the British army’s forceful removal of Native Americans in Southern NH.
    The area around Nashua, NH (then known as Dunstable) was also beginning to grow substantially as the fur trade in town began to grow. The settlement was once home to the Pennacook tribe, which spread throughout most of Southern New Hampshire. Nipmuc natives would also frequently travel through the area and trade with the Pennacooks near the location of Indian Rock Road. Following the news of the impending British army and a new arrival of colonists to the area, the inhabitants of the settlement began thier exodus toward the western part of the state, and to this day the fate of the settlement that once inhabited in area around the road is unknown. Locals claim that there used to be a native burial ground near the road, but a large portion was unearthed due to the construction of Boire Field airport in Nashua. Today, it has been said that some areas around the road incite unnerving sensations, and make any visitors feel as though they are being watched over or followed. Some Hollis and Nashua locals have reported strange figures and apparitions in the nearby fields that border the road, and have reported hearing chanting from the fields and surrounding woods on quieter evenings. Locals also claim that the field at the end of Indian Rock Road has been the site of the most paranormal activity, as it was most likely the exact site of the Pennacook settlement. One local claimed that they saw the pale, whispy figure of what appeared to be a tall man floating several feet above the ground cross the road and disappear into a field. The area around the road is believed to be haunted by the spirits of the Pennacook natives that were forced from their homes by the threat of enslavement and/or massacre by British soldiers, and by the spirits of the natives laid to rest in the section of the burial ground that was later disturbed and unearthed. (It was not until much later when another section was being added to the airport that the city of Nashua realized they had unearthed a part of the burial ground. They moved the remaining parts of the native cemetery to a burial ground in Groton, MA.)

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