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Connecticut Real Haunted Houses - Houses That are Truly Haunted

Looking for some REAL scares? You're in luck -Connecticut has a rich haunted history, and there's lots of houses across the state that are truly haunted by spirits who haven't quite left the living world yet. Whether you're looking for some real scares this Halloween Season, or you're simply fascinated by Connecticut's haunted history, you'll want to check out Connecticut Haunted Houses's database of real haunted houses across Connecticut that are filled with thrills, chills, and scares year round!
 
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  •   Talcott House Westbrook, CT
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    Strange happenings that have occurred at this location include beds that become unmade although no one has touched them, ragtime music that plays from the vents, and a piano that plays on its own. Some reports say that the original owner was a wealthy man who was killed in a fire and that during a recent renovation, the building caught fire again. Read More

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    A ghostly White Lady is known to linger on the second floor of this 1783 mansion, turned bed and breakfast. She has also reportedly been seen heading to the empty house in the back. Read More

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    This historic home was built back in 1761 and is rumored to have been haunted since 1971, when renovations seem to have caused some supernatural residents to make themselves known. After the house was moved to another location, a ghost that locals call "Benny" made an appearance, along with the "Blue Lady." Benny reportedly makes scratching or rapping sounds, along with bangs and... Read More

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  •   Noah Webster House West Hartford, CT
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    The Noah Webster House is now a historic museum that was added to the National Register of Historic Places back in 1962. Many believe the home is haunted by Noah Webster himself. The home was the birthplace and childhood home of the dictionary creator and is open for tours and also offers a ton of programs and exhibits. Read More

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  • John York Home North Stonington, CT
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    The John York Home was built in 1741 as a residence for businessman and farmer John York and his family. The location was later turned into an inn and tavern, which it operated as for over 250 years. Legend says that two soldiers got into a fight here after finding out they both loved the same woman. One man stabbed the other to death, before running out and killing himself. The... Read More

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  •   Old State House Hartford, CT
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    This historic building, completed in 1796, is now a museum complex with exhibits that focus on Connecticut history. Joseph Steward’s 1798 collection of natural history items is showcased on the third floor in the Museum of Natural and Other Curiosities. The building is said to be haunted and was featured on TV’s Ghost Hunters. Among their discoveries were unexplained sounds of a... Read More

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  •   Glebe House Woodbury, CT
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    There are reportedly two ghosts that call the Glebe House their home. The first is that of an aggressive spirit that haunts the attic, and may be one of the conspirators who attacked Reverend Marshall (a previous owner of the house) for his beliefs and sermons. The second ghost is that of a African American woman, possibly a maid who previously worked in the house. She often appears... Read More

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  •   Harriet Beecher Stowe House Hartford, CT
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    The home of renowned abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” is rumored to be haunted. Witnesses have reported window shades opening on their own in the parlor and have heard footsteps all over the building. Flashes of light have also been seen coming from the bedrooms, along with an apparition in the visitor's center. The home has been featured on TV’s Ghost... Read More

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  •   Homespun Farm Griswold, CT
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    Old Man Simon is the friendly ghost that is believed to haunt this location that may no longer be a bed and breakfast. The spirit of Simon Brewster, one of the farm's original owners, has been seen watching over the tending of the garden area and orchards. Reports of Simon's wife haunting the home has been made as well, saying that you can hear footsteps going up the stairs in the... Read More

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  •   Mark Twain House Hartford, CT
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    The Mark Twain House was once the home of the Clemens Family, including author Samuel Clemens (aka Mark Twain). The family's butler is rumored to be the cause of the hauntings in the home. George Griffin was his name and he reportedly knocks and makes loud banging sounds. Phantom cigar smells have also been detected, along with voices, apparitions and reports of clothing being tugged on... Read More

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