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The Bruce Museum - Real Haunted Place

  • 10 Tods Driftway
  • Old Greenwich, CT
The Bruce Museum in Old Greenwich is rumored to be one of the most haunted places in all of Connecticut. Stories say that in the late 1800s, two Irish servants who were working at Belle Haven mansions, fell in love. The boy would play his flute to entertain her, especially near what is now the Bruce Museum. The boy mysteriously disappeared before the two could marry, and the girl was left heartbroken. She moved back to Ireland, where she died of consumption (the old name for tuberculosis).

In the early 1900s, locals started to claim they saw two ghostly apparitions outside the museum. The apparitions were of a boy playing a small flute, while the girl listened. There has also been reports of an evil voice calling the two into the mansion to play the flute and sing. The couple would always refuse to enter, claiming that if they did, they would never be able to leave. Then they would vanish into thin air.

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