Curious New England: The Unconventional Traveler's Guide to Eccentric Destinations

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Click for availability and more information Curious New England: The Unconventional Traveler's Guide to Eccentric Destinations, by Joseph A. Citro and Diane E. Foulds

Attention ghost hunters and connoisseurs of the bizarre. This book is for you. Although there is no mention of Dudleytown in the Connecticut chapter, you will find Bara-Hack and Gungywamp. One wonders if the "ghost squirrels" of Shelton (who are actually albino mutations) should pack their bags and move to Old Lyme so as to inhabit the grounds of the Nut Museum, which houses the world's largest nut, weighing in at thirty-five pounds.

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