The Most Terrifying Ghost Story To Ever Come Out Of Connecticut Is Truly Chilling
Have you ever seen The Haunting In Connecticut? If not, you can check out the trailer for a taste of the chilling film:
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Between 1987 and 1989, one of the most captivating and talked about hauntings of all time took place. Long time locals may remember the tales of the Snedeker family, who appeared on several popular talk shows. But to most, it’s known only by its movie name, The Haunting In Connecticut. It’s the unfortunate story of a family that moved to the Nutmeg State to be closer to a cancer treatment center for their son, only to find their new house was demonically possessed.
The movie that came out of this haunting was nothing short of traumatizing. But as John Zaffis will point out in his quick interview below, some of The Haunting In Connecticut’s scenes never actually happened and were added for scream value. Even still, Lorraine Warren said the actual case was “much, much scarier than any movie could ever be.”
Do you believe in ghosts? This Haunted Road Trip is the perfect adventure for paranormal investigators to try their luck at spotting a ghost in Connecticut. Or the truly brave can take this Haunted Hike, as long as they don’t mind being alone in the woods!