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Nathan Hale Homestead - Real Coventry Haunt

   
  • 2299 South St.
  • Coventry, CT
  • (860) 742-6917
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Nathan Hale's father Deacon lived at this homestead until his death in 1802 and the property is rumored to be haunted by him/ Deacon's apparition has been seen in Colonial clothing. A ghostly lady in white has also been seen and people think she was a servant because she can be seen sweeping the floors and cleaning. Joseph Hale, the brother of Nathan, was once captured and imprisoned in the hold of a British prison ship and he is said to rattle chains in the basement. Nathan Hale's ghost has never been seen at the site.

The home was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970 and can also be known as The Deacon Richard Hale House.
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