About Blood Cemetery

Blood Cemetery is Considered to be the Most Haunted in New England

This web site focuses on the famed ‘Blood Cemetery’ located in Hollis, New Hampshire (USA). This cemetery, cited in virtually all haunted places books in print in the New England area is believed to be one of the most haunted and active cemeteries in the region. With gravestones dating back to the 1700s, it is very old.

Officially, the cemetery is named Pine Hill Cemetery although commonly referred to as simply Blood Cemetery – the name attributable to the Blood family burial blot towards the central region of the burial grounds. Many believe the ghost of Abel Blood roams the cemetery and his headstone has been commonly cited and studied by paranormal researchers. Many people have reported the hand pointing up towards the heavens on his grave mysteriously points downward at night.

Numerous paranormal investigations have recorded strange voices (EVPs) and ghostly orbs have shown up in countless photographs. Closed dusk to dawn and heavily patrolled by authorities around Halloween.

The cemetery is located off Nartoff Road in Hollis, NH, not far from Lavoie’s Farm Stand.


Blood Cemetery in the News

  • October 14, 2014

    New Hampshire: Live Free or Die and Haunt These 9 Places

    While the name “Blood Cemetery” seems revealing of the grounds’ paranormal nature, it actually comes from the name of the ghost who supposedly haunts it, Abel Blood. There have been reports of his headstone’s features ...

  • August 29, 2011

    Creepy Places of New England: Blood Cemetery

    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Creepy-... While Charles and Stephen were visiting New Hampshire, the two visited the famous "Blood Cemetery (AKA Pine Hill Cemetery) in Hollis to see if this is really one of the most haunted spots in all ...

  • July 26, 2010

    A Visit to Pine Hill Cemetery (Photos)

    While on a trip to New Hampshire for a friend’s birthday I had heard about Pine Hill Cemetery. Pine Hill Cemetery is located on Nartoff Road in Hollis New Hampshire. It was a snowy and cold January day but we decided to check it out anyway. After ab  More...

  • January 29, 2002

    Spooky Stuff: Blood Cemetery

    They call it Blood Cemetery. Not because of any bloody incident on the grounds, but because of Abel Blood, who has been buried there since 1867. Over the years - probably because of the pointing finger - he's become the Hollis graveyard's most famous g...