The Historic Blackberry River Inn In Connecticut Is Notoriously Haunted And We Dare You To Spend The Night
By Lisa Sammons|Published November 24, 2021
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The Nutmeg State has a long and storied history, and with that comes rumors of haunted buildings. We have a number of reportedly haunted places in Connecticut. Hotels, bars, even entire towns are filled with paranormal activity. If you’re planning a trip and want to stay in a haunted inn in Connecticut, we’ve got several to choose from. The Blackberry River Inn in Norfolk’s historic district may look like your run-of-the-mill historic hotel, but it’s rumored to be the home of a long-dead spirit.