cmj.jpgWhat the heck are Dudleytown, Little People’s Kingdom, King Philip’s Cave, and Holy Land? Are they even real? I have no idea where this section of CTMQ will take me, but as long as it doesn’t get me killed or arrested, I’m eager to find out.

This section began small… but now has grown to be nearly unmanageable. Wish me luck. There is a lot of crossover from elsewhere around the site… But this is the best I could manage from an organizational standpoint.

Note: If you know of anything I should add, don’t hesitate to let me know. Oh, if you’re looking for general Connecticut links, you can just go here.

Table of Contents:

I. Geography (Incl. Waterfalls and Islands of note)
II. Animals (Aquaria, Farms, Wildlife and Zoos)
III. Bridges, Canals & Dams, Roads & Tunnels
IV. Observation Towers and Views
V. Rocks, Caves & Dens
VI. Arboreta, Gardens & Greenhouses, Labyrinths, Trees & Plants
VII. Curious Retail Stores
VIII. Religulous
IX. Cemeteries, Monuments, Unique Statuary & Greens
X.Trains, Trolleys, Planes, Ferries & Lighthouses
XI.Curious Houses, Ruins & Communities
XII. Other Firsts & Oldests
XIII. Other Largests & Tallests
XIV. Curious Tours, Sports and One Day Events
XV. Historic Carousels and Curious Public Art
XVI. National Historic Landmarks and Site in Connecticut
XVII. National Natural Landmarks, Trails, et. al.
XVIII. ASME & ASCE National Landmarks
IXX. State Parks and Forests
XX. Town Fairs Cultural Festivals
DCLXVI. Haunted Places in Connecticut
Addendum: Several Random lists of curious things.
Addendum to the Addendum: Various Connecticut links I enjoy

The Granby Oak, a.k.a. The Coolest Tree in Connecticut, Granby

8 responses to “Curiosities”

  1. Twelve Mile Circle » Blog Archive » The Southwick Jog - maps, geography, travel says:

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  2. Scott Lonkoski says:

    Keep up the good work, I really enjoy your writing style and you’ve inspired me to visit many places I never would have known about. On a side note, I’m not Catholic or very religious, but a few years ago a few of us went and got our bikes blessed. Very surreal, we rode right in and up to the Grotto, a priest (I assume) tossed a little water on us (no doubt from Patrick Baker & Sons plastic water bottles made in China). As it turns out it was a great and safe riding year, hmmmm.

  3. Alanna p m says:

    Hi I have a wild goose and it has a bad leg
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  4. jeff says:

    love your site, iwas surprised there was no mention of the book barn in niantic

  5. Joe says:

    No mention of the Green Lady Cemetery in Burlington either.

  6. Steve says:

    Jeff – it’s there, in the “Curious Retail Stores” section. LOVE the Book Barn.
    Joe – Because there are no such thing as ghosts.

  7. Shirley sutton says:

    The Green Lady story is a complete fabrication that town historians wish would die as vandals have destroyed much of the cemetery.

  8. Glenn Ellett says:

    where did dudleytown end up?

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