Ghost hunters search Connecticut inn dating from the Revolutionary War after staff see 'well-defined shadow in armchair'

26 May 2013

A team of 'ghost hunters' have surveyed a 338-year-old inn-turned-museum in Connecticut after employees spotted a well-defined shadow sitting in an arm chair in the building's living room.

In February, board members at Leffingwell House in Hartford alerted local business Paranormal Revelations after they apparently witnessed the shadow sit down and stand up twice from a large pink chair.

When the ghost hunters visited the historic city landmark, they also saw the figure, though all they could make out was the torso, Donna Fasulo, the case manager and co-founder of the group, said.

Inn: The Leffingwell House Museum, pictured, is being searched for ghosts after a well-defined figure was spotted in February

'That was very intriguing,' Fasulo told The Norwich Bulletin of the February sighting, adding that the group came back for a closer inspection earlier this month.

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