North Franklin, Connecticut Ghost Sightings
Daytime in North Franklin, Connecticut is just equal to daylight anywhere else in the United States of America, but underneath the surface there are odd things going on. Statues slide about, voices from nowhere. Some people who live here declare there are no ghosts, but with so many ghosts in North Franklin you have a rather great chance of distinguishing one if you spend a night in this place.
These are some of the spooky things that have
happened in nearby cities and towns.|
Gilman 4 miles away: I live in Gilman.. The house is busy and doesn't matter if its night or day.. Been told a story about school children drowning in water.. They fell through thin ice.. I can't find anything to back thi...
Baltic 5 miles away: When I was 20 years old I went to visit my father in Baltic. One night around dusk we were coming home from my grandmothers house and we saw a man on horseback in full Civil War soldiers uniform ridin...
Lebanon 6 miles away: My daughter has orbs in her home I captured on video. This is on Lynch Road....
Lebanon 6 miles away: We live in Lebanon and my aunt bought property that had previously been a dude ranch where someone was supposed to have died in the fire that burned it down. Years after they moved into the new home m...
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