Lake Compounce - Real Bristol Haunted Place
- 186 Enterprise Dr.
- Bristol, CT
- (860) 583-3300
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- (2 reviews)
- Listing Categories
- Real Haunted Places, Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)
- Open To Public
- Yes - Open To Public
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This Theme Park is the oldest operating park in the U.S. and it believed to be quite haunted. Deaths that occurred here include that of a 16-year-old girl who fell from a roller coaster in 1981, a 16-year-old park employee who was killed while working on the Tornado ride in 1999, a 6-year-old boy who drowned on the Lake Plunge waterslide in 2000, a 23-year-old maintenance worker killed working on the Boulder Dash in 2001, and a 5-year-old boy killed in 2004 when a tree branch fell on him. This park was also the location where on July 21, 1989, as Milli Vanilli’s Rob and Fab were performing, their music started skipping, exposing the fact that they were lip-synching and unleashing the public ridicule that followed. People have reported seeing shadowy figures in or near the ballrooms and hearing music and sounds of parties.
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You forgot about the child that died after being bitten by the snake. The snake that lived in the carousal pony during the winter. Bit her when she was on the carousal during the spring seasonPosted 7/17/21
i love it therePosted 5/24/21
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