Dating back to 1790, Gunntown Cemetery is said to be haunted by spirits of a man with a lantern leading a horse, a little boy who plays near the back wall, and a black ghost dog. Orbs, mists, cold spots and unexplained music and laughter also have been described by witnesses.
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- 243 Gunntown Road
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- 41.490878935248666, -73.10426531534426
- New Haven County, Connecticut
- Nearest Towns:
- Naugatuck, CT (2.8 mi.)
Middlebury, CT (2.8 mi.)
Oxford, CT (4.0 mi.)
Waterbury, CT (5.4 mi.)
Southbury, CT (5.7 mi.)
Woodbury Center, CT (6.4 mi.)
Prospect, CT (6.5 mi.)
Woodbury, CT (6.6 mi.)
Seymour, CT (6.7 mi.)
Heritage Village, CT (6.9 mi.)
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