Eerie occurrences, spooky events, unsolved mysteries, and terrifying specters haunt Connecticut. Tales of Blood-thirsty dolls, haunted lighthouses and a phantom plane crash tingle the spine of travelers to Haunted Connecticut. Connecticut is known for haunted islands; phantom ships, trains, and planes; sightings of UFOs, aliens, and real men in black (MIB); and encounters with Bigfoot and evil black dogs. There have been plenty of strange atmospheric anomalies, such as Connecticut's Dark Day; solid clouds that came crashing down from the sky in the Litchfield Hills in 1758; the Moodus Noises, which have yet to be fully understood; and Notch Hollow near Bolton, where car windows fog over for no apparent reason while passing an abandoned railroad track. Indeed, the stories in this book, covering the whole spectrum of the supernatural, are fun to read in a satisfyingly spooky kind of way.
About the Author
Cheri Farnsworth is the author of The Big Book of New York Ghost Stories, Haunted Massachusetts: Ghosts & Strange Phenomena of the Bay State, and Haunted New York: ghosts & Strange Phenomena of the Empire State among other books. She lives in the North Country of Massena New York with her floppy Labradoodle.