PrevNext

'Haunted' village sells for USD 1.9 million

Whatsapp Logo

Spread across 62 acres, Johnsonville in Connecticut, which is along the Moodus River, was put on auction after 16 years

Connecticut: The village of Johnsonville, set along the Moodus River in East Haddam, Connecticut, has a new owner, whose identity is still unknown. The property in question is the village of Johnsonville set along the Moodus River in East Haddam, Connecticut. The 62-acre piece of land was established in the 1830s and had been abandoned for the past 16 years. The village sale took place on Auction.com and the starting bid was $8,00,000. The buyer will get, in addition to the Victorian and colonial-style homes, a restaurant, a general store, a one-room schoolhouse, and a chapel.

Haunted village
Johnsonville, which was abandoned for years, now has a new owner. Pic/agencies

In the 1960s, millionaire Ray Schmitt bought Johnsonville and tried turning it into a tourist attraction, but the idea failed. After his death in 1998, Johnsonville turned into a ghost town.

You May Like

MORE FROM JAGRAN

0 Comments

    Leave a Reply