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Wicked weird 

James E. Kukstis from has done his homework and found the 7 most haunted locales in Massachusetts, so if you’re the type of person that goes out of their way to be frightened this list is for you.

Go spook yourself!

He says, there are so many spooky occurrences and unexplained phenomena out there especially this time of year, that even if your a non-believer in the supernatural , the stories of haunted places with still give you goosebumps.

Here are the Top 7 haunted haunts in Massachusetts


  • 6. Concord's Colonial Inn, Concord

    “Located close to the famous “shot heard ’round the world,” wounded patriots were taken to the inn, which at the time was owned by Dr. Timothy Minot. He used one room as a hospital and another, Room 24, as his operating room.”

  • 5. The Bridgewater Triangle

    “Wicked Local’s Seth Jacobson wrote about the Bridgewater Triangle last month, where he quoted a summary by the Bridgewater Public Library:”

    “The Bridgewater Triangle is an area of about 200 square miles in the greater Bridgewater area, claimed to be a site of alleged paranormal phenomena, ranging from UFOs to poltergeist, various bigfoot-like sightings, giant snakes, and thunderbirds.”

  • 4. Jenny Lind Tower, Truro

    “The Jenny Lind Tower is said to be home to the benevolent ghost of the woman whose name it bears. Though its connection to Lind, a famous Swedish soprano, likely ends with the fact that she performed at the Fitchburg Railroad Depot in Boston that the tower was originally part of, a myth of her performing from the tower to a riotous, overflowing crowd below was bolstered by her promoter, none other than P.T. Barnum.”

  • 3. The Mount, Lenox

    “Mysterious noises and ghostly figures in clothes appropriate to Wharton’s time have been reported since 1942, when the property was in use as a dormitory for the Foxhollow School for Girls. The SyFy channel television show “Ghost Hunters” aired episodes on The Mount in 2009 and 2015, in which they also reported signs of paranormal activity.”

  • 2. USS Salem, Quincy

    “Featured on both Syfy’s “Ghost Hunters” and the Travel Channel’s “Most Terrifying Places in America,” the USS Salem was the last heavy cruiser to enter service, in 1949, and the only remaining. The ship was decommissioned in 1959 and is now a museum ship, but even its short life in service was enough to convince some that ghosts still call it home. “

  • 1. Hoosac Tunnel, Western Mass

    “Construction of this tunnel in the mid-1800s, through mountains in Western Massachusetts, took the lives of nearly 200 workers, including the death of 13 people in one day, leading to it receiving the nickname “the Bloody Pit.” The rail tunnel, which is still in active use, stretches nearly five miles from the town of Florida on its east end to North Adams on the west. The dangerous technology of the day and the inherent risks in boring a hole through a mountain were responsible for most of these deaths, and some insist ghosts of these souls persist. “

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