Union Cemetery (Easton, Connecticut)

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The entrance to Union Cemetery in 2007.

Union Cemetery is a cemetery located near Stepney Road in Easton, Connecticut. The site dates back to the 1700s. According to ghost hunters, it is one of the "most haunted" cemeteries in the entire United States.[1] Connecticut demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren have written a book about the cemetery entitled Graveyard.

Reported hauntings[edit]

The cemetery in the evening

According to popular legends, the "White Lady" ghost haunts Union cemetery as well as Stepney Cemetery in Monroe. Like other White Lady ghost stories, Union Cemetery's ghost is described as wearing a white "diaphanous white nightgown or a wedding dress". Demonologist Ed Warren claims to have seen the ghost and to have video of it.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Rogak, Lisa (2004). Stones and Bones of New England: A Guide to Unusual, Historic, and Otherwise Notable Cemeteries. Globe Pequot. ISBN 0-7627-3000-5.
  2. ^ "White Lady' Earns Cemetery 'Most-Haunted' Status". Westport Daily Voice. Retrieved 28 March 2016. 

Coordinates: 41°16′22″N 73°17′49″W / 41.2727°N 73.297°W / 41.2727; -73.297