Lying Deep Underneath Connecticut’s Largest Lake Is An Entire Village

Connecticut is home to quite a few oddities, that’s for sure. We are all pretty familiar with the legends and lore surrounding the abandoned villages of Dudleytown and Johnsonville but there is another abandoned place that many of us have visited without even realizing it. There is actually an underwater village lying beneath the surface of Connecticut’s largest lake.

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Candlewood Lake is a summer hot spot in the Nutmeg State. Did you know about the underwater village that lies beneath this popular destination?

Check out this previous article to find out what other creepy things are hiding under the water in Connecticut.