The Fall River-Freetown State Forest is owned by the state and maintained by the Department of Conservation and Recreation. A 323-acre parcel was purchased for $4500 in 1934. Most of the other acreage was purchased in 1935. Currently the forest is 5,441 acres and has 50 miles of unpaved roads and trails. Freetown was purchased in 1659 from the Wampanoag Tribe and became a town in 1683. The Native Americans in the area alrea
RI - Located at the end of Forest Entry Road, deep in the Freetown State Forest, this disused rock quarry has been the site of many paranormal occurrences. Everything from mysterious lights, ghosts and UFOs have been reported here. Paranormal writer/researcher Christopher Balzanos book, Dark Woods- Cults, Crimes and Paranormal in the Freetown State Forest, is the best source for information on the forest and all its weird happenings.
Cashtown Inn - Stay at the historic HAUNTED Cashtown Inn - 8 miles from Gettysburg, PA - There have been many paranormal investigations here as well as being featured on the Travel Channel. For reservations & information: The Cashtown Inn, Cashtown, PA Jack and Maria Paladino 717-334-9722
In northeastern New Jersey there lies a ten mile road that many people consider the most haunted stretch of road in the United States. Stretching from Highway 23 in Newfoundland, New Jersey up to Upper Greenwood Lake ten miles north with not much in between, the road is very remote and dark, passing through many miles of forest. Many claim that the ghosts of murder victims haunt Clinton Road to this day as well as many other strange occurrences...
Bennington College, Vermont - Students in the Jennings Hall music studies facility have reported hearing voices and footsteps, particularly after dark. It was the inspiration for the Shirley Jackson novel "The Haunting of Hill House"
Witch Road" (Callan Road), Rosendale, WI Reputed Phenomena: Years ago, a witch lived along the road--it's been haunted sincer her death. At night, parts of the road are unusually dark and cold. White lights have been observed in the trees. The ghost of a little girl has been spotted hiding in the woods
Freetown-Fall River State Forest sits within the boundaries of the Bridgewater Triangle in southeast Mass. It was purchased from the Wampanoag Tribe in 1659 and many Native Americans claim that the odd and sometimes evil activity over the last 350 years is attributed to a tribal curse. It has been the site of much cult activity, ritualistic/satanic murders and a high number of suicides.