Noah Webster House - Real Haunted Place
- 227 S. Main St.
- West Hartford, CT
- (860) 521-5362
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.
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Noah is alive an very active in his home
I’m a descendant of the Webster family tree. While touring Noah’s home we snapped a photo in his bedroom and caught an unmistakable orb. After snapping several pictures in this area, only the one photo right near their bed was a very bright orb that was a solid ball of light. My children and I will definitely stop by again when we can. Texas is a bit of a drive. What a beautiful homestead. Did you know that Noah wrote over 150 books in his lifetime and loved to help people learn and grow closer to God. What really great American man! God bless you great, great, great...grandpa!Posted 11/20/19
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