The Blue Lady is the famous ghost of Vale End Cemetery, thought to be Mary Ritter, who passed away in 1808, some say, because her husband buried her alive. Others say she was murdered by a devil-worshipping cult. Her ghost appears as a blue, human-sized light over her grave, usually on spring or fall foggy evenings. Witnesses say electronic devices sometimes stop working here, and a Pukwudgie, a short demon spirit, dwells in a den nearby. The apparition of an old man also has been reported; locals say he once buried his daughter here, but the grave was moved, and now he is searching for her.
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- Isaac Frye Hwy and Sand Hill Rd
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- 42.84380278626144, -71.77254876493862
- Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
- Nearest Towns:
- Wilton, NH (1.9 mi.)
Temple, NH (4.4 mi.)
Lyndeborough, NH (4.4 mi.)
Greenville, NH (5.7 mi.)
Mont Vernon, NH (6.1 mi.)
Milford, NH (6.3 mi.)
Mason, NH (6.9 mi.)
Sharon, NH (7.6 mi.)
Amherst, NH (7.6 mi.)
New Ipswich, NH (7.8 mi.)
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