The Haunted Park In Connecticut Both History Buffs And Ghost Hunters Will Love
By Lisa Sammons|Published September 20, 2022
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When you think of haunted places in Connecticut, your mind probably goes to spots like cemeteries, or maybe abandoned hospitals or other places that are typically viewed as creepy. But can you find plenty of other spots that have rumors of ghosts and goblins swirling around them. One place that you wouldn’t suspect to be the subject of spooky stories is a park. After all, parks are typically serene places to enjoy nature. But right here in Stratford, you’ll find Boothe Memorial Park, an allegedly haunted park that’s beautiful, historic, and, if you believe the stories, filled with ghosts.