Haha yes thank you new favorite blog!
Thank you Shansenn! I will start regularly posting stories again tomorrow. We have a real good one coming up!
I've blogged about some abandoned things around Connecticut as well (particularly close to Madison, where I live). They're in my blog somewhere, but I haven't posted in years, I've just been too busy lately. But there's plenty of abandoned places I know about here there and everywhere, and I love exploring them!
I just checked out your blog. You have some pretty cool stuff on there! I’d love to see more.
Hey where I live in Plainville there are some cool abandoned places. The plaza on New Britain ave, lots of old abandoned shops and buildings, and up on Pinnacle mountain there is a lot of abandoned equipment and foundations from when it was a Nike missile base in the cold war
Plaza on NB ave has since been torn down. Only the small house to the left of it still remains standing, i would assume not for long.
anything around milford or wallingford?
Yes, the milford bottle factory right next to lowes
Have you been to the CT State Hospital in Middletown or Dudleyville village? If so could you please post pictures?
anything around waterbury?
Any old pics of Allingtown, West Haven?
A bunch of ppl started RIP Jesters Courtyard as a Facebook group. It'd be great to see a story here about the iconic 90s arcade. FB group has pictures and memories.
Can't exactly do a story here unfortunately as it was long ago torn down and turned into a walgreens... or riteaid... can never remember which.
How about Bridgeport?
What about the Old Waterbury Turnpike located in Winchester Center!? Great place to off road now a days :)
stumbled across your website today. As someone who does not know this state well, i thought it would be cool if you could incorporate a map with links to the stories. this way someone can see where all these abandoned places are. (not that google maps cant help me..)
I keep hearing about abandoned barbershops and markets underground in new haven. Apparently you can get to them from restaurant basements.
So, so very sorry about the closing of the Danbury store. It's definitely a loss for Danbury. Please consider not closing or maybe moving to another location in Danbury.
I have a new one for you to put in your future file,Portland CT - 264 Freestone Ave Closing a factory at the end of May, building to be empty by end of June 2015. It's a folding carton company that has been around for 50 years
Old rubber factory on Route 149 in Colchester (Westchester section of town). About a mile from Route 2 exit 16. I heard its a little crumbled since a second fire several years ago. But still standing.
I am working in Danbury for a while and was wondering if you knew of any abandoned churches in the area? Thanks!
How about doing what's left of the rt8 in becon falls there is still about mile.left of it.
I tried doing some research and cannot find what your talking about. Could you email me with more info? I'd love to check it out. AbandonedCT@yahoo.com
Awesome website !!!!! thanks so much for sharing your pictures and info. about them.
Our pleasure! Thank you for the feedback!
I was wondering if you guys know anything about the Bailey Mansion in Hartford. I've heard a few things, but nothing excessive, and I was just wondering if anyone even knows the actual history of it.
Anyone have any photos of the old Howard Johnson's on route 5 in North Haven, CT? It's an abandon building now.
Yes yes and yes email me @ AbandonedCT@yahoo.com
Just a suggestion, In Shelton on canal street there is the old star pin factory once the largest pin manufacture in the world the place is huge and you should defiantly go check it out
Anyone have information on the Farrel Foundry in Ansonia, CT?
Yes I explored the Ansonia copper and brass factory. It is awesome everything is like the way they left it when the factory closed
Is Dudleyville the place where charcoal was made or some such? It's in the woods now?
Anybody know about the abandoned factory in West Hartford?
Yes. If you mean the one next to stop and shop in Elmwood. It used to be extremely easy to get into. Now there usually a guard in the booth at the front parking lot. But there is another way in. Follow the fence to the back
Hi Mike, I was wondering if you ever take people with you to check out these places? I love doing stuff like that but always feel better when I have someone with me. Please let me know, I'm very interested! Thanks Lisa E North Haven,CT
Your website is very cool!
Could you check out the Nick dziobas house of Southington. I heard thats its super haunted becuase of the terrible past. Please let me know
Yes I've heard crazy stuff about this place. Heard many crazy people use to live there like the famous JL.
Ryan Weiler, comment on this page one more time in slander and I will report you to the police.
Hello, This Is Jon Lewis, The Admin Of This Page, Please Do Not Make Cheap Threats Against The Users Of This Website Just Because Your House Is Haunted.
You're really just a worthless piece of shit. You and Fat Dad fuck every night smh
Please Stop Being Salty That Your House Is Haunted Because Of Your Dog Mounting You As A Child. We Will Be Fully Investigating Your House On Live Television VIA GHOST BUSTERS
LMAO PROBABLY ON THE FEMALE GHOSTBUSTERS YOU POLITICALLY CORRECT BABOON
I apologize to the admin, I was under the impression this was my Facebook
As The Admin Of This Page You Will Never Be Forgiven For Your Actions, You Will Be Persecuted By The Spirits Of The Unforgiven, WAHHHHHHHAHHHH ENTER NIGHT, EXIT LIGHTTTTTTTT
WE'RE OFF TO NEVER NEVER LAND
*WAILING GUITARS* NIGHTMAREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
There Is A Angry Mob Forming In Front Of Your House Becuause They Want Me To Investigate CT It. I Am The Best Paranormal Investigator Of Mounting Dogs. Pls
Donald Trump Will Prevail#EndHillary2016
The abandoned neighborhood you had the video of on Facebook... Any other info located about that
Do the Lighthouse Inn in New London CT
The tour appropriately begins at one of the Milford Ghost Walk in Connecticut. It is the very spot where, in 1637, the Reverend Peter Prudden officially formed the Milford colony on the Wepawaug river. The river encouraged the dangerous and often deadly industry of shipbuilding. This industry thrived in the 1700s causing many accidents and deaths. Residents often report “disembodied lights along the riverbank that can not be explained.” They attribute these sightings to these tragedies, Cindy tells us.