Connecticut January 25, 2017
We Checked Out The 10 Most Terrifying Places In Connecticut And They’re Horrifying
When it comes to terrifying places, these Connecticut locations take the cake. From tunnels to towns, there is certainly no shortage of paranormal activity here. So let’s take a look back at some of the creepy places we’ve discovered. Just click the headlines for more information and check out some of the coolest terrifying places in Connecticut.
Rails To The Darkside
This haunted trolley ride is only open during the Halloween season, but the stories are all true. There really is a field of unmarked graves in the woods, and this trolley will take you there. The costumed employees are just a bonus.
The Pequabuck Tunnel
This place had a lot of bad luck during construction, and even after completion it struggled. But in more recent years, reports of ghost sightings earned this place a spot on the haunted list. A visit is well worth the hike.
Little People's Village
This village is plagued more by recent events than anything else. Rumored to be created by a possessed old man, this place is also home to a curse. Sit on the village's throne and you'll die before your time. Are you brave enough to try it?
Abandoned for over two hundred years, the curse on this locale is even worse. Anyone who tried to settle this land perished, and business was always bad. The foundations remain, hidden in the center of a forest.
Declared a demonically possessed site, this cemetery is one of the most haunted places in the whole country. It's been visited by many paranormal investigators, including the Warrens, who wrote an entire book about it. Stay away from this place after dark.
Penfield Reef Lighthouse
This historic lighthouse is still being manned by a fallen keeper. A victim of a capsized boat, this ghost has reportedly saved several children from drowning, putting a positive twist on this maritime haunt.
Pachaug State Forest
Ever wanted to take a haunted hike? Well now's your chance! Complete with a haunted road and lake, this is one creepy trail. Maybe because it's also a burial ground!
The Haunting In Connecticut is not just a movie. It's also a truly terrifying story of a haunting that took place right here in Connecticut. The tale took media by storm in the late 80s, in part because the details were so gruesome.
Located on the coastline, this waterfront sanatorium is likened to Shutter Island. Long abandoned, it once did a lot of good for tuberculosis patients, but it's now known for its shadowy figures that haunt the grounds.
Saw Mill City Road
Do you believe in Mellon Heads? The mutant inbred monsters are residents of this road, and may be waiting for you around a corner. So turn on your brights and slow down, or you may end up being their next meal. Yikes!
Want more terrifying places to explore? Check out the
Haunted Connecticut Road Trip.