The Mystery Around This Deserted Cave In Connecticut Is Truly Baffling

Whether built by man or mother nature, there is something intriguing about our planet’s caves. Dark, dank, and subterranean, these places have an air of mystique surrounding them. There are stone caverns of different sizes, shapes, and construction dotting the landscape in New England, some more well-known than others. In Connecticut, Hermit Cave lies in the Northeast corner of the state and there is quite a bit of mystery surrounding it.

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What do you think about Hermit Cave? Did someone once live here? Or is the solution to the mystery something completely different? We’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas in the comments section.

You might also want to check out this abandoned village that is underneath Connecticut’s largest lake.