A group of ghost hunters is hoping to solve a mystery and determine if a Hartford landmark is haunted.
The Butler-McCook families have lived a home on Main Street in the capital city for four generations. However, there have been reports of “strange occurrences” as well as “significant amount of paranormal folklore,” according to Connecticut Landmarks organization.
The Ghosts of New England Research Society will be conducting the investigation of the Butler-McCook Home and Garden on the day before Halloween.
On Oct. 30, Lead investigator Kurt Knapp and psychic-medium Karen Hollis will try to answer the questions is the Butler-McCook home haunted.
The event will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. with an admission fee of $15 and $10 for CTL members. There will be light refreshments.
For more information about the CT Landmarks or to register for the event, click here or call 860-247-8996 x 14.
To learn more about the Butler-McCook Home and Garden, click here or call 860-522-1806 or 860-247-8996 ext. 14.
To see the latest information on the Ghosts of New England Research Society, click here.
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