Are Wilton historic buildings haunted?
Are there spirits haunting the Raymond-Fitch house? How about the Betts home?
The Northeast Paranormal Investigation Society (NPIS) has investigated the historical society properties and will present their findings this Saturday, Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. In addition, they will share their experiences and findings at several other locations across the Northeast through pictures, voice recording, video, and more. Guests will learn the ways the spirits manifest themselves and then have the opportunity to try and capture evidence of the supernatural on their cameras or smart phones.
Northeast Paranormal Investigations Society is a Connecticut-based nonprofit paranormal investigations team. They conduct research and scientific investigations of historical locations throughout the Northeast. They have successfully documented convincing evidence that can be correlated to the history of locations across the state, including many historical societies and libraries.
This is event is free and open to the public. Guests are welcome to bring their cameras or smart phones to try and capture evidence of the paranormal.
The Wilton Historical Society is on Danbury Road.