Odd Things

An oddities and curiosities shop in Wallingford? Try to keep us away.
The Damned Story: Sitting proudly along the eastbound lane of Route 66 in the area of the Hebron-Marlborough border is Eagle Rock, a painted and patriotic landmark that has been watching over cars cruising up and down the road since 1989.
It's once again time for our semi-annual round up of UFO sightings and reports here in Connecticut, courtesy of the Mutual UFO Network.
Everyone is going green -- including Jesus, whose likeness allegedly graces a sycamore tree in New Haven's Wooster Square Park.
Like many cultures around the globe, Connecticut has its own race of magical little people who live on the periphery of civilization.
We've looked at the most popular haunted places in the state -- now it's time to take a look at some of the most unusual things Connecticut has to offer.
Although there are many priceless, unique and renowned volumes at Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, there may be none that has sparked more debate, research and questions than the puzzling and curious Voynich Manuscript.
In Middletown sits what is purported to be the world's largest jack-in-the-box: a 50-foot high silo that has a giant clown head pop out of it.