As summer finally is upon us, it seems a good time to look at some of the real hauntings associated with Lake Compounce Amusement Park in Bristol.
Gunntown Cemetery in Naugatuck is allegedly one of the most haunted graveyards in the state, with spirit orbs and mists recorded here, as well as EVPs and other strange phenomena. Update: We visit in Summer 2014!
One of the best-known apparitions in the state, The Green Lady of Burlington, is said to haunt the grounds of this centuries-old burying ground.
In East Haddam resides the 860 acres of a state park known as Devil's Hopyard, a parcel of land with a possibly damned history, including being one of the many hangouts of . . . perhaps . . . maybe . . . [*insert Church Lady voice*] SATAN!
The Haunting in Connecticut is due in theaters on March 27, 2009 and is “based on true events.” We chronicle those events and check out the house in Southington where they were alleged to have occurred.
The Makens Bemont House in East Hartford, commonly known as The Huguenot House, is known for a pair of spirits alleged to roam its 300-year-old rooms -- Benny and The Blue Lady.
For nearly 300 years, this red cape was inhabited by six generations of Bentons -- a few of which apparently still like to call the place home!