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Connecticut‘s Underground


Danbury, Connecticut

Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes“In an area northwest of Danbury, Connecticut, between Stone Point and Poughkeepsie, there is, on a plateau, a piece of privately owned real estate that has revealed a strange hole, tunnel and inward caverns. This hole, hidden by overgrowth and rock at the base of a mountain, was discovered back in the early 1800’s, but quickly forgotten due to its strangeness. Its diameter, at first discovery, measured only several feet and with the thicket of brush, went unnoticed these many centuries. There are no records indicating the age of this particular opening but legends and folklore carry back before the Iroquois and Algonquins who were known to have their kingdom in this particular area. In the days of the Iroquois, this hole was called ‘The Great Ghost Hole’ and ‘The Passageway  to the Happy Hunting Grounds of Chieftains.’ “In the 1850’s the names given this hole changed. It was referred to as the ‘Devil’s Den,’ ‘The Entrance to Hell,’ ‘The Pit of Demons’ and ‘The Entrance to Erebus’. (Erebus is Greek Mythology meaning a dark region under the earth through which the ‘shades’ of the dead pass on the way to Hades.)
Source: Page 54 of David H. Lewis’ book “THE INCREDIBLE CITIES OF INNER EARTH”

EAST HADDAM, CONNECTICUT

Functions: Unknown 
Levels: Unknown 
Tunnels to: Unknown 
Notes: Strange subterranean thundering noise phenomena has been reported since at least 1729 and even before by natives, centered near Mt. Tom and especially Cave Hill, 6 miles the NW near Leesville, where there is a cavern where witches once congregated that has not been fully penetrated to any great depth because of its ‘bad air’.
Source: “The Bristol Hum”, article by Jon Singer in UFO REVIEW, issue #9

 

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