Capt. Sluman Gray's final whaling voyage was a long, strange trip.
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.
Courtney McInvale, author of "Haunted Mystic," talks about growing up in a haunted house, writing her new book and the legend of the Pig Man!
The 1974 incident on Lindley Street—which allegedly featured moving furniture, disembodied voices and levitating objects—is one of the most-documented hauntings in state history.
Tucked away in the Litchfield Hills is a Buddhist temple that looks unlike anything on the traditional New England landscape.
Connecticut is supposedly one of the most haunted states in the U.S., which means there are a number of places where you can enjoy a meal or stay the night that might offer something a little beyond the normal experience.
Local author Cynthia Wolfe Boynton talks about her latest book "Connecticut Witch Trials: The First Panic in the New World."