Like many cultures around the globe, Connecticut has its own race of magical little people who live on the periphery of civilization.
For more than 200 years, The Captain Daniel Packer Inne in Mystic has welcomed visitors from all over—some of whom have supposedly chosen to stay long after their time was up.
One of the oldest surviving cemeteries in the U.S.—and North America—Milford Cemetery is the final resting place for an interesting group of historical figures as well as allegedly home to the mysterious ghost of a woman in white.
Capt. Sluman Gray's final whaling voyage was a long, strange trip.
Atop Mohawk Mountain sits a curious stone tower that has looked out over the Litchfield Hills for nearly a century. Update: We recently visited.
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.
The rusting, dilapidated remains of a former wildlife sanctuary in Farmington make for a creepy spot to visit.