The Nutmeg State is known for his ghoulish tales.

If you don't like ghosts, goblins or spine tingling legends, Connecticut may not be for you. I don't know if there is a number you could put on it but I'd guess the state's paranormal folk stories number in the hundreds.

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5 Famous Connecticut Locations Many People Think Are Haunted

Connecticut is steeped in rich history from border to border. Real-world stories here are often stranger than fiction, leading many to believe that the Constitution State has a thin veil between the living and the dead. There is no shortage of ghost tales or ghost hunters in Connecticut, with numerous locations across the state thought to be haunted. Here are just five of the many places in Connecticut believed by some to be haunted.

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Connecticut is known for haunted houses and gruesome stories.

Have you ever heard of the Murder Factory? Before it got that nickname, it was a "Home for Aged People" run by "Sister" Amy Duggan Archer-Gilligan. The Windsor, CT old age home was supposed to be a place of care and comfort but turned into a nightmare for the residents. In the early 1900's, Amy murdered dozens of the people she was supposed to care for.

Read the rest of the Murder House story here.

Want more Connecticut specific news? If so, check out the Ethan, Lou & Large Dave Podcast. The show is available wherever you get your podcasts, including Apple and Spotify. The program is the same one we do on the radio but with limited commercials and no music. You can also listen live by streaming the show on the I-95 Rock Mobile app, or tune into I-95 (95.1FM).

8 Award Winning Restaurants Considered the Best in Connecticut

Every year, CT Visit, Connecticut's tourism arm, releases their list of the top restaurants in the state. With one selection from each of Connecticut's 8 counties, these establishments truly represent the cream of the crop. Take a look at CT's 8 Best Restaurants.

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4 Connecticut Based Department Stores That Are No More

I certainly remember shopping at three of the stores on this list and it transports me back to my youth and that makes it a find memory. These 4 stores were not only wildly popular in their day but they had their national headquarters right here in the Nutmeg State. 

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10 Peculiar Habits People Pick Up after Living in Connecticut

Welcome to Connecticut a place filled with history, charm and very specific behaviors. Here are 10 peculiar habits you are sure to develop.

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