Like many cultures around the globe, Connecticut has its own race of magical little people who live on the periphery of civilization.
Bigfoot? Bear? Hoax? The Winsted Wildman may be all or none of these, but it definitely is one of the state's more fun legends.
With its long and rich maritime heritage, Connecticut has witnessed more than a fair share of sea monsters and serpents in the waters off its coast.
Described as a fearsome cross between a dog, panther and a bear, the legendary and mysterious Glawackus terrorized Glastonbury and the surrounding areas during the middle part of the 20th century.
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.
Capt. Sluman Gray's final whaling voyage was a long, strange trip.
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!