One of the most infamous haunting stories among the many in Connecticut comes from a place called Dudleytown. In the mid 18th century, the Dudley family migrated from England and settled in a small village in the Northwestern part of Connecticut, known today as Cornwall. Today, the town is closed to the public. Most of the property is consumed by forest.
The Tarr Steps, a medieval clapper bridge dating back to 1000 BC, spanned the River Barle in the Exmoor National Park, Somerset, England, until Dec. 2012 when half the bridge was washed away by heavy floods. It has since been rebuilt.