Undercliff Sanatorium

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This 1910 facility was originally built for children with tuberculosis, and like many sanatoriums, is rumored to be haunted. Witnesses say footsteps, screams, and apparitions of deceased patients can be seen and heard here, as well as the voices, crying and laughter of unseen children. EVPs have been captured by ghost hunters examining the site. The building is on state property, and the public is not allowed here without permission.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Undercliff Road
Meriden, CT
United States

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GPS:
41.55113368550748, -72.82438203692436
County:
New Haven County, Connecticut
Nearest Towns:
Meriden, CT (1.3 mi.)
Cheshire Village, CT (5.1 mi.)
Cheshire, CT (5.3 mi.)
Kensington, CT (6.5 mi.)
Wallingford, CT (6.5 mi.)
Wallingford Center, CT (7.0 mi.)
New Britain, CT (8.0 mi.)
Prospect, CT (8.7 mi.)
Plainville, CT (8.7 mi.)
Durham, CT (8.8 mi.)

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  1. All the old buildings have been torn down. The ones my brother had done all his investigating in capturing photos and EVPs are gone and while they were standing police often potroled the area and you would get in trouble for trespassing. But again..sadly the haunted buildings are gone. Not sure why they were torn down.

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