For over 200 years, The Pettibone Tavern (now Abigail's Grille & Wine Bar) has been a Simsbury landmark. It has been host to Revolutionary War heroes, historical figures, gregarious bar patrons and ... a ghost?
At one time, Remington Arms in Bridgeport was one of the biggest munitions factories in the world. But now the factory has been shut down and abandoned -- gone are humming assembly lines, busy rows of machinery and hardworking employees, replaced by empty buildings, broken windows and . . . the ghosts of the past?
The three properties of the Milford Historical Society -- the Bryan-Downs House, Eells-Stow House and Clark-Stockade House -- have almost a thousand years of history between them. They also have a significant combined amount of alleged paranormal activity.
A classic haunting in Connecticut history -- featuring one of the first and best-documented cases of poltergeist activity -- Phelps Mansion was an alleged epicenter of paranormal activity.
The first prison (as well as the first copper mine) in U.S. history has seen its fair share of heartache and tragedy -- and also stories of ghost sightings and other paranormal activity.
In the century since it was built, this small church in Bristol has accrued a big history when it comes to allegedly being haunted.
Nathan Hale is known as a Revolutionary War hero whose patriotic spirit inspired a young nation. His homestead in Coventry, however, is known for other kinds of spirits.