How much would you pay for a Connecticut ghost town? (mysa.com)

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A 62-acre property, Johnsonville Village comes with eight 19th century structures, a pond, a covered bridge, wooden dam, waterfall and possibly a restless spirit or two.

The village was once a booming mill town in the 1830s and home to the Neptune Twine Company, which made binding rope for the fishing industry.
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the rest at link above with video