Fairfield State Hospital

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The hospital, opened in 1931 to house criminally insane patients contains 16 buildings connected by underground tunnels. It is said to be haunted as a result of its tragic history of patient abuse and questionable deaths, and eventually was closed in 1995. It was used as a setting for the film Sleepers and MTV’s Fear. No trespassing is allowed here; folks who don’t follow this rule are likely to be arrested.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    Off Keating Farms Ave
    Newtown, CT
    United States

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    GPS:
    41.399749655419214, -73.28612297773361
    County:
    Fairfield County, Connecticut
    Nearest Towns:
    Newtown, CT (1.3 mi.)
    Heritage Village, CT (6.4 mi.)
    Southbury, CT (6.8 mi.)
    Bethel, CT (6.9 mi.)
    Danbury, CT (8.7 mi.)
    Oxford, CT (9.1 mi.)
    Woodbury, CT (10.8 mi.)
    Woodbury Center, CT (10.9 mi.)
    Seymour, CT (10.9 mi.)
    Ansonia, CT (11.4 mi.)

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    1. it’s not fair that places keep putting “haunted locations” on their lists, and there’s NO WAY for us to follow through or visit. How are we supposed to visit the location when it’s either torn down or ‘No Trespassing’ allowed? I feel that there should be a separate list for CURRENT haunted places. Just my opinion of course.

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