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I Am Fabulicious: Marilyn Monroe: 50 Year Anniversary


Greenwich, Connecticut. This small enclave of the privileged few mistakenly represents the southernmost New England state to many worldwide, is but a tiny portion of Connecticut's mostly middle class and blue collar population.


"Is it a coincidence that if you fold a dollar bill it will say, " we need a revolution?" "No. But it is a coincidence your the one who embraces it."


Norwich State Hospital, Preston, Connecticut The location has been reported by staff and other witnesses to be haunted. Syfy Channel’s Ghost Hunters paranormal investigating team explored the location in their sixth season finale which aired May 5, 2010.


All About Deck (Boat) Shoes Invented in 1935 by Paul A Sperry of New Haven, Connecticut, who noticed that his dog could run over the New England ice easily without slipping, the deck shoe, A.K.A the boat shoe, is now not only worn by nautical types but has crossed into the mainstream and is popular among the populations of the USA, UK, Italy, Canada, China, France, Portugal, Spain and Argentina, especially in coastal areas.

Pequot-Warrior The effect of the Pequot War was profound. Overnight the balance of power had shifted from the populous but unorganized natives to the English colonies. Henceforth [until King Philip's War] there was no combination of Indian tribes that could seriously threaten the English. The destruction of the Pequots cleared away the only major obstacle to Puritan expansion. And the thoroughness of that destruction made a deep impression on the other tribes.


Welcome to Johnsonville, a town with 62 acres of pristine New England real estate and a population of zero.For weeks, the sale of the ghost town generated hype and fear about its future, and now the auction for the village of Johnsonville in Moodus, Connecticut, ended Thursday with a winning bid of $1.9 million.The village died along with its owner 20 years ago. Some say the remains are haunted by the man who couldn't let go.Thomas and Brian Kronenberger remember this quaint New England…