Connecticut State Capitol - Real Hartford Haunt
This Victorian Gothic building is believed to be haunted by a former governor. The Capitol features a bronze state of former governor William Buckingham near its west entrance, and he is believed to haunt the place since he died in 1875. It has been reported that he seems to like Room 324 the best as cold spots and apparitions have been seen here. According to staff, footsteps have also been heard late night when the building is empty.
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