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Beal House

Beal House

Litteton, New Hampshire
03561 USA

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Littleton NH is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Beal House. Come explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.

The History

The Beal House was initially built as a farmhouse in 1883. The original builders successfully farmed the valley and raised generations of family in the classic Georgian home. Fifty years later a widow, Mrs. Beal, converted it to (what was known then) a Rooming House bearing her name in 1933. She also ran a successful antique business out of the attached barn and carriage house (now dining rooms). Loyal customers would come in from all over the country and stay at her inn conducting business with her. Upon remarrying, she continued her operations under the name Beal. She retired to Florida in 1980, selling the inn to the Clickenger Family. They were the first owner to actually run the inn as a bed and breakfast while maintaining the antique business.

Over the years, it has been owned by many different innkeepers. Yet, the original spectral entities have never left and kept their place in this historic inn that represents genuine traditional New England hospitality.

The Hauntings

Much history has absorbed into the walls of this quaint farmhouse-style inn. The exact identities of the phantoms that are lurking the inn, representing the historical remnants are not known. Regardless, there is no doubt of their presence. Spirits make themselves known with heavy disembodied footsteps on the stairs. These entities also tend to slam doors with great force. Sometimes their voices will be heard in certain areas, including unoccupied rooms.

A particular hallway delivers a strange feeling to both staff and unknowing guests. They may see moving shadows and shapes seen out of the basement's lighted edge. Imagine seeing pillows floating above furniture as it is witnessed here. Objects are moved by unseen hands from where they were originally placed by the living.

Some staff members going into the upper hall or the basement, due to the high and unpredictable spectral activity there. In fact, one new staff member quit after a week because he couldn’t stand to be in the building one moment longer.

 

More chilling reads about haunted New Hampshire...

 

Ghost Hunting in Tilton, NH by [Rue Taylor Cote, Fiona Broome, Jim Fitzgerald, Lesley Marden]     Haunted New Hampshire Paperback – March 30, 2007 by Thomas D'Agostino  (Author), Arlene Nicholson (Photographer)     Haunted Hikes of New Hampshire, 2nd Edition 2nd Edition by Marianne O'Connor (Author)

 

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Date added: Jan/24/2017 | Last time updated: Jun/25/2020
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