The rusting, dilapidated remains of a former wildlife sanctuary in Farmington make for a creepy spot to visit.
Atop Mohawk Mountain sits a curious stone tower that has looked out over the Litchfield Hills for nearly a century. Update: We recently visited.
Capt. Sluman Gray's final whaling voyage was a long, strange trip.
Although Connecticut has seen -- and burned -- its fair share of "witches," other wielders of dark forces have been alleged to inhabit our fair state. Case in point: The Jewett City Vampires. UPDATED: We recently paid a visit.
Courtney McInvale, author of "Haunted Mystic," talks about growing up in a haunted house, writing her new book and the legend of the Pig Man!
The 1974 incident on Lindley Street—which allegedly featured moving furniture, disembodied voices and levitating objects—is one of the most-documented hauntings in state history.