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1. Nutmeggers Are All Up In Everyone Else’s Business You’ve heard of small town gossip, well…Connecticut has small state gossip. What can you expect in a state so small everyone’s practically related. You put two Connecticuters in a room and they’re bound to know at least five of the same people. It’s just the way … Continue reading 10 Connecticut Stereotypes That Are Absolutely True
Robocalls are on the rise across the US. Nearly half the calls made from US cell phones in 2019 were spam according to a report from the Federal Communications Commission. Using data from the Federal Trade Commission’s National Do Not Call Registry, Provision Living analyzed robocall complaints in every state to identify where robocalls are … Continue reading Connecticut Ranks #10 for Robocalls in 2019
John Zaffis is the nephew of controversial paranormal investigators Ed and Lorrain Warren. He followed in their footsteps, and has become famous for his Museum of the Paranormal, which is located on the bottom floor of a two-story building behind his house in Stratford, Connecticut. The collection includes items from cases that he worked over the … Continue reading Unusual Connecticut: Zaffis Museum of the Paranormal