Dating back to 1868 for the construction of the main church, and then in 1869 for the grand bell tower, it was not until 1927 that the church was fully complete. During the 1869 beginning construction of the bell…
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Local legend says that one December night more than a hundred years ago, a mother sent her son into the woods to retrieve a Christmas tree for the family. Reportedly, the mother told her son to flash his lantern three times if he got into any trouble. When the boy did not return, his mother searched for him until she herself died. Near the woman's burial site, there is a crossroads. It is said that if one parks his car and flashes the headlights three times, a mysterious light will rise and
This church is the site of a locally well known apparition. According to legend, a woman was murdered many years ago in the church's belfry. It is said that she may still be seen from time to time peering through the window.
This museum was once the home of a wealthy family. The family had a church built into the house and nuns even lived there. After the family died, the mansion was converted into an orphanage. Today, the "Lady in Red" guards over the orphanage. She is believed to have been the matriarch of the family.
Norwich University, the Military College of Vermont, is the oldest private military college in the U.S.Â It's also home to several haunted legends.
This house is said to be haunted by two men, a woman, and a child -- arsonists who killed a total of six people through their blazes. Today, the house is known to randomly burst in to flames, though no damage is sustained. There are also cold spots and strange odors. Some have even been pushed down the stairs while in the house alone.
It is said that a woman and her baby once fell from this bridge and drowned in the water below. Passersby may now hear the sounds of a baby crying every night at midnight.