The Damned Connecticut team discusses the legends, stories and truth around one of “the most haunted places on Earth,” Dudleytown.
The Nutmeg State is full of fascinating–if not a little odd–legends, myths and stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. We find the Connecticut’s strange history just as interesting as you do!
Steve, Kate and Ray of Damned Connecticut have some fun discussing everyone’s favorite inbred mutant freaks.
If you grew up in the Valley, you’ve probably been to Hookman’s Cemetery (Great Hill Cemetery) in Seymour late at night looking for paranormal activity. The version of the legend that I remember was that the cemetery caretaker, who had a hook for a hand, hung himself in a tree outside the cemetery. If you …
New York isn’t the only state to have a headless, horse-riding phantom who terrorizes hapless travelers.
Here in Connecticut, we’ve gotten used to wild storms and freak atmospheric events, but none were as unusual as the darkness that descended upon May 19, 1780.
On a recent trip to Ossining, New York, we visit the NEW resting place of the Old Leather Man, and were happy to see that Ol’ Leathery is doing just fine.
Bigfoot? Bear? Hoax? The Winsted Wildman may be all or none of these, but it definitely is one of the state’s more fun legends.
We know the State Capitol is full of political skeletons, but could it also be the home to the ghost of a governor past?
The controversy over the exhumation of the Old Leather Man’s remains has come to a conclusion, but the mystery continues …
Just because an anonymous wanderer has been dead for over 130 years doesn’t mean he can’t still be in the headlines.