Haunted Litchfield County

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Overview
Litchfield is Connecticut’s least populated county, yet it boasts more ghosts and legends than anywhere else in the region. Indian spirits and curses pursue those who wronged them. Haunted caves and camps harbor spirits that once called these places home. The Clairvoyant of Colebrook communicated regularly with the dead, while some guests of the Yankee Pedlar Inn refuse to leave. From the Twin Lakes Ghost Canoe in Salisbury to the friendly literary spirit at the Bank Street Book Nook, echoes of the past abound. Tom D’Agostino and Arlene Nicholson reveal the dark secrets of the Nutmeg State’s shadowy northwest corner.
Details
ISBN: 9781467143745
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
Date:
State: Connecticut
Series: Haunted America
Images: 45
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Thomas D’Agostino and Arlene Nicholson have been extensively studying and investigating paranormal accounts for more than thirty-seven years with well over 1,200 investigations to their credit. As the creators of thirteen books and counting, together they have penned and captured on film the best haunts and history New England has to offer. Tom and Arlene have appeared on numerous television and radio shows, as well as interviews from many publications in regard to the paranormal. Tom is a graduate of Rhode Island College with a degree in political science. Tom builds his own musical instruments, many from the Medieval and Renaissance eras. Arlene is a professional photographer. Arlene’s vast education spans from photography to marketing and fundraising. Arlene is also a talented tarot card reader with years of experience and success in the field. Tom and Arlene reside in Connecticut and work together with some of the best names in the field investigating the paranormal from New England and beyond. The couple hosts Dining with the Dead 1031, an interactive investigation dinner event where the guests become the investigators in some of the most haunted locales in the region.