.The Haunting in Connecticut true story reveals that the real life family, the Snedekers, moved on June 30, 1986 from Upstate New York to 208 Meriden Avenue in Southington, Connecticut to be near UCONN hospital for their son's Cobalt treatments. -'A Haunting in Connecticut' Discovery Channel Documentary

.The Haunting in Connecticut true story reveals that the real life family, the Snedekers, moved on June 30, 1986 from Upstate New York to 208 Meriden Avenue in Southington, Connecticut to be near UCONN hospital for their son's Cobalt treatments. -'A Haunting in Connecticut' Discovery Channel Documentary

The Haunting in Connecticut House, built in 1916 it served as a funeral home in 1936 until some time in the 80's. In 1986 the Snedeker family moved there to be close to the hospital treating their oldest son for Hodgkin's disease. Over the next couple of years they experienced a great deal of paranormal activity and eventually contacted the Warrens for help, which led to an exorcism of the house. No one knows what caused haunting, though many believe that it was its history as a funeral…

The Haunting in Connecticut House, built in 1916 it served as a funeral home in 1936 until some time in the 80's. In 1986 the Snedeker family moved there to be close to the hospital treating their oldest son for Hodgkin's disease. Over the next couple of years they experienced a great deal of paranormal activity and eventually contacted the Warrens for help, which led to an exorcism of the house. No one knows what caused haunting, though many believe that it was its history as a funeral…

May 1942. "Southington, Connecticut. Amusement park." With a dress code. Photo by Fenno Jacobs for the Office of War Information

May 1942. "Southington, Connecticut. Amusement park." With a dress code. Photo by Fenno Jacobs for the Office of War Information

Coffin lift still in basement of the home/old mortuary 208 Meriden Ave, Southington, Connecticut

The Real Haunting Story of the Connecticut Snedeker's House

Coffin lift still in basement of the home/old mortuary 208 Meriden Ave, Southington, Connecticut

Textbook Example: 1940

Textbook Example: 1940 (Shorpy Photo Archive - Old Pictures, Better Than New)

Vintage Photos: Charles Fenno Jacobs Southington, Connecticut. School girl studying, May 1942

Vintage Photos: Charles Fenno Jacobs Southington, Connecticut. School girl studying, May 1942

Morgue doors are still visible on the side of the Southington, Connecticut house.

Morgue doors are still visible on the side of the Southington, Connecticut house.

Vintage Map of Southington Connecticut 1914 Hartford County Canvas Art - (36 x 54)

Vintage Map of Southington Connecticut 1914 Hartford County Canvas Art - (36 x 54)

Vintage Map of Southington Connecticut 1914 Hartford County Canvas Art - x

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