(WTNH)– It’s almost Halloween and our state may just be the perfect place to celebrate because there are several places in Connecticut known to be very haunted.
Here’s 5 noteworthy places you may want to check out…or avoid:
(Note: Some of these places are illegal to enter so do not actually go inside.)
Dudleytown, Cornwall– This may be known as the most haunted place in Connecticut. The abandoned area has been referred to as cursed, damned, and possessed by demons, even being named “The Village of the Damned” by some. The Dark Forest Entry Association owns the land and keeps visitors out.
Union Cemetery, Easton— Famous ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren have investigated this 400 year old cemetery which is home to the ghost called the White Lady. She has been seen by many roaming the graveyard.
Norwich State Hospital, Preston— This hospital, which was originally called the Norwich State Hospital For The Insane, and was built on a Native American village site. The hospital had a long history of patient abuse and deaths and those spirits are said to roam the abandoned building.
Remington Arms Factory, Bridgeport— This abandoned factory was the site of several accidents while it was running, many being fatal. It’s also still dangerous inside and has been the site of many recent fires. The building was even featured on Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures.”
New London Ledge Lighthouse, New London— This lighthouse is the home of an infamous ghost named Ernie, a former light-keeper whose spirit makes noises, moves objects and turns things on and off. This lighthouse has been investigated by The Atlantic Paranormal Society.
For a more fun approach to haunted houses, check out some of Connecticut’s Haunted Attractions.