What is the curse written in the message on Mary Hart’s tombstone?
What are those unexplained voices trying to tell us at Fort Nathan Hale?
Who is the child making those fingerprints on the walls of the abandoned Sterling Opera House?
Who are the three dark figures that guard the gate of the Pine Grove Cemetery?
Join Garrison (if you dare) as he motorcycles the 862 square miles of New Haven County exploring the history and legends behind allegedly haunted schools, houses, buildings, and cemeteries.
New Haven County is the third-most populous county in Connecticut, based upon the "living" who were counted in the most recent census. However, that does not include all the ghosts and spirits that are said to be lurking there. In fact, Connecticut is one of the states with the most paranormal activity in the country and New Haven County is where much of the disturbances occur; not a surprise since this is where the nation’s first witch trials and hangings happened – three decades before the more famous trials in Salem, Massachusetts.
Haunted New Haven is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your favorite seat with the lights on. It’s a frightfully delightful book that will bring the New Haven area’s strangest, spookiest, and best supernatural ghost stories right into your living room.