Curtis House Restaurant and Inn

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A male entity dressed in 17th-18th century attire has been in many rooms of the 1734 inn, along with the ghost of a confederate gentleman in the liquor room, a female entity that disturbs guests, the apparition of former owner Lucius Foot in Room 1 and the ghost of former worker Joseph Hardesty. Disembodied footsteps, ghostly voices and strange music, as well as unset presences, have also been reported in the old inn.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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506 Main St S
Woodbury, CT 06798
United States

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41.5332099, -73.20638500000001
Litchfield County, Connecticut
Nearest Towns:
Woodbury Center, CT (0.8 mi.)
Woodbury, CT (0.8 mi.)
Southbury, CT (3.6 mi.)
Heritage Village, CT (3.7 mi.)
Middlebury, CT (4.1 mi.)
Watertown, CT (6.8 mi.)
Bethlehem Village, CT (7.4 mi.)
Oakville, CT (7.5 mi.)
Waterbury, CT (8.2 mi.)
Oxford, CT (8.3 mi.)

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  1. My aunt used to work there, house keeping and she witnessed crazy things such as apparitions in the rooms and everything. Pretty crazy..

  2. Lori Angelicola  |  

    While dining at the former Curtis House, years ago, I heard what sounded like horses and a stagecoach approaching. I mentioned it to the waitress. She stated “I’ll have to tell the kitchen staff to be quieter”. I learned later that it was indeed a stop for stagecoaches. BTW, I was the only one in our group to hear it.

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