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The White Lady

Monroe, Connecticut

The “White Lady,” as she is often called, is most commonly seen standing in the road. She is often hit by oncoming cars, but much to the drivers’ surprise, their cars never receive damage. There are numerous other reports of demons and other ghosts in the cemetery.

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mark vincent says:

November 2, 2005, 12:24 am

hey this spot is now garded at night by cop, enter if you dare but be ready to pay the consiquences. ive been there a cople of time and she has been there everytime i have gone. there is another haunded place that is not menchiond hear and thats is Feirfeild hills, which is in newtown, probly the scaryest place in the world, there are so many gost hear that if u enter you are scared for life!

jen says:

February 1, 2006, 12:25 am

There is a similar story at my old day camp. It was a long time ago but i still remember it b/c me and a few friends went and looked in the woods for the lady also called the white lady. The legend was that if you stood where her cabin used to be she would come and circle you trying to push you away. I got too scared and left but as two of my friends said it was true.

ladywilde says:

February 23, 2006, 2:45 pm

Oh Good Lord! Are people even the least bit literate? I am so disheartened by some of this ****. Anyway, I have been to union, I never saw the white lady or anything strange but, it was day light when I went. I have also visited Fairfield Hills on a few occassions now and there are some areas of the ground that feel free heavy. I don’t know how else to explain it except there is a definate change in the air around you. It feels very dense and heavy. The buildings themselves are so boarded up and guarded that it would be nearly impossible to get inside.
Just my experinces, nothing to exiciting but, then again – I don’t believe in making s**t up.

Donna says:

March 3, 2006, 8:39 am

Hey! We have a story like that here in England. The place is called Blue Bell Hill. A youngs girl was knocked over and killed on the road many years ago. Now she appers in front of drivers, who then think that they have hit someone, so they get out and look. Obviuosly there is nothing there. There are reports of her actually sitting in your car and a friend of mine when she drove over the hill said she saw the girls reflection in her rear view mirror. Most sightings happen arround 1am, i think that was the time she was killed. I have never experienced it but i know people who have. i try to avoid the road at all costs, its scary when it’s dark and your on your own!

Aisha says:

March 27, 2006, 1:54 am

Ladywilde, are you retarded ? you were just saying people should have respect for this site and not say rude things. Now you are doing same exact thing. I think maybe you have Bipolar disorder ?

ladywilde says:

March 27, 2006, 2:27 pm

I do have bipolar…. how clever of you?
The other trolls must be oh so proud :)

Juancho says:

April 1, 2006, 1:26 pm

I Went to Fairfield Hills and it is Scary i went inside but couldnt go all tha way cuz it wuz just too scary, i took alotta pictures and there are alotta orbs in em, but they say it can be dust? but newayz i wanna meet this white lady…

Sam says:

April 13, 2006, 12:37 pm

OMG i live like

Tyler says:

April 22, 2006, 10:10 am

O Man!, I went to Monroe once to visit some relatives and decided to visit this ”White Lady”. I thought this was gonna be some kind of joke, but boy was I in for a surprise! I visited at about midnight for maximum ”effect”,but I’m still regretting doing that. I took the road there and had to swerve to miss the lady and ended up skidding off the road. I was so freakin scared and I’m a 28-year old man! When I got back into the car after having checked for damage, a freaky-looking glowing thing was hovering about 2 yards from the passenger side of my car. Man, I got out of that place going 70 miles an hour. I’m not playing either, that place is full bad medicine.

ken says:

June 3, 2006, 9:42 pm

I’ve been to union cemetary a bunch of times and its a buch of bullshit. Fairfield Hill’s is a different case. I went there with like 5 of my friends (we had security break us into one of the buildings). We got in and it was very dark. We noticed an underground passageway so we started to walk down it. We got about half way and the kid in front got freaked out and told us to stay quite. Just at that time we heard all of the doors on the floor above us slam shut, so we panicked and left (i only left because i was scared of the car i was driving getting towed). I really want to go back, but i heard that the security guards are a bunch of old guys that won’t even let you drive around the area. I also heard that the buildings are going to be knocked down to build some condos.

lucy says:

June 27, 2006, 5:29 pm

isssssssss

GypsyToes says:

July 2, 2006, 3:26 pm

Just thought I would add my two cents for what it’s worth. I can assure you Fairfield Hills Hospital is NOT haunted. The whole story is contrived.
My husband worked at Fairfield Hills for twenty years as a police officer (yes they did have police officers and not security guards work there, back then) When he worked nights, a part of his nightly routine was to patrol the underground tunnels, because every once in a while a patient would get into the tunnels. When we saw that MTV show on t.v. that featured a bunch of kids in the tunnels freaking out, he laughed hysterically. He said that in all those years he never experienced any type of ghostly experience in the tunnels or anywhere else in the buildings or the grounds. So, I dont want to burst anyones bubbles or anything, but I just want you to know the story is made up. These stories seem to circulate around just about every single closed down mental hospital all over the place.

john says:

July 4, 2006, 12:32 am

listen people union cemetery isn’t guarded by police the cop shop is about a mile down the road and i been to union two nights in a row not a cop in sight i wqas there with some friends for about an hour and a half we saw some pretty freaky **** and got some cool pics!!

Fairfield Hills says:

July 4, 2006, 11:43 pm

I too can assure you all that I’m not haunted, I’m not even spooky, I’m just a little run down, but wouldn’t you be if everyone just left you alone one day?

Seriously. Stop being afraid of me.
Be more afraid of the security trucks!
visit me on myspace!
http://www.myspace.com/fairfieldstatehospital

Jen says:

July 23, 2006, 10:23 am

Ok, to the person criticizing the grammar of others (which was bad in many spots admittedly)you yourself made a huge error. You mentioned you have been to Union but what the heck does Union have to do with this story which takes place in Monroe, CT. Monroe is in Litchfield county and could not be further from Union if it tried. Hmmm

joey kusak says:

July 26, 2006, 8:05 pm

Ok first off to the guy before me… i live in monroe, monroes in fairfield county, and union is the name of the cemetery… but anyways, i was at the cememtery just the other night and i’ve gone a couple of times and i must say, i’ve yet to see anything…. fairfield hills on the other hand is the creepiest scariest place i’ve ever been to in my life

Crazy Goonie says:

July 29, 2006, 2:20 am

alright 1st of all the white lady is really there. i no because my freind had sex with her. word has it shes a good bust

poop says:

July 29, 2006, 11:07 pm

ha i never heard this story but oh well it sounds scary to me. but some people ithink r oppsessed

noone says:

August 6, 2006, 10:24 pm

u’ll need to get lives

sucker says:

August 6, 2006, 10:26 pm

you suck

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