Pine Hill Cemetery - Blood Cemetery

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Pine Hill Cemetery, also known as Blood Cemetery because of the name Abel Blood on a tombstone, is reported to be haunted by the entire Blood family who were allegedly murdered in the 1800s. The spirit of the little boy of the family has been seen by drivers passing by when he runs into the road to stop cars. Witnesses say he seems to be asking for assistance. Also said to have been documented here are electric voice phenomena, ghostly orbs, shadows, unexplained tree movement, and more.

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    Geographic Information

    Nartoff Rd
    Hollis, NH 03049
    United States

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    42.76819643915631, -71.53860531318361
    Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
    Nearest Towns:
    Hollis, NH (3.2 mi.)
    Nashua, NH (3.6 mi.)
    Hudson, NH (5.0 mi.)
    Litchfield, NH (6.0 mi.)
    Brookline, NH (6.5 mi.)
    Dunstable, MA (7.0 mi.)
    Merrimack, NH (7.1 mi.)
    Milford, NH (7.3 mi.)
    East Pepperell, MA (7.3 mi.)
    East Merrimack, NH (7.5 mi.)


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    1. I think i been there like when i was i high school with a bunch of my friends. me and 2 of my friends ran back in the cemetery, when we got back there we hfelt and heard thumping on the ground. it was like other other freinds up front of the cemetery were throwing golf size rocks at us but they wernt and plus there was a moon out that night so we can see the ground prtty good and there was no rocks hit the ground. Us 3 we all look at each other and said you guys hear that and feel that. we all said ya! we ran back to the front and left . After that i knew there where ghost cause shit like that dont happend everyday. was cool to had that experiance

    2. Just so sad I was there yesterday 3/13 2017 and the head stone is gone. Regardless if he is the reason for the haunting he should of been respected and his headstone left alone. Looking in to my family tree to see if he is related.

      • I was told that his headstone was getting destroyed by people in the cemetery and that they took it and put it in the cellar of a church. More so that that history doesn’t disappear then as a disrespected move.

    3. I went here and was not dissapointed i had to taunt whatever lurks there for a bit but i ended findin out its most active in the back left corner twords the end i say a pair of legs with no upper body walking you of the woods i ran and i have to go thru my videos to see if i caught anything on camera

    4. So oddly it felt like a child touched my hand and a woman sounded like she said something I didn’t hear her well. Sounded off in the woods.small place. But very interesting.

      • Pine Hill cemetery is one of my favorites. I was living up in Milford and spent a lot of time there both day and night. I found the Farley family that you’ll find throughout the areas cemeteries a much more interesting story than the able blood, which was more internet hype than anything else.

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