Get ready for Halloween with real Connecticut ghost stories at the Milford Library


Milford Public Library wraps up October with author Charles Rosenay telling stories from his latest book, ‘True Ghost Stories of Connecticut’ on Thursday, October 27 at 7:00 p.m. This program will prepare you for your Halloween celebrations!

It’s time to get into the Halloween spirit with some ghost stories! Local artist Charles F. Rosenay, whose longtime Beatles relationship and productions are well-known in the region (and beyond), has recently turned his attention to more macabre promotions. His most recent book is “True Ghost Stories of Connecticut,” and the title says it all.

In this new release, some of Connecticut’s best-known paranormal investigators, psychics, psychics, and ghost hunters join everyday people in sharing their most memorable, chilling, and incredible—yet true—stories of the supernatural. Other books in the past may present a history of haunted places in Connecticut, but this new collection tells real stories of what happened in places as notorious as the Ansonia Opera House, Sterling Opera House, Old New -gate Jail, Robbins Swamp, New Haven Center Church, Dudleytown, Fairfield Hills Asylum, area cemeteries, as well as private residences. Discover the “Demon House of Derby”, the “Pink Lady” of New Haven and so many terrifying and shocking stories that can keep readers up at night…and probably change their minds if they don’t already believe it. Copies of the book will be on sale.

Visit the library website for more information.


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