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About Haunted Vermont
“I wanted to create something that everyone would love and not feel alone, and thats how Haunted Vermont was created.”
<figure><figcaption style="text-align: center;">Paul Dulski (2013)</figcaption></figure>
But how does the page help with finding or sharing stories? Simple, my followers and I should have heard a lot of stories from back in the day. To prove the stories is completely different, usually if something is true more than one person should have heard or have seen the same thing or maybe another story. Haunted Vermont is here to help collect as many Haunted Locations, Myths or Legends that have came and gone from Vermont.
“I want my followers to help me and others learn more about Vermont’s dark hidden history.”
Paul was once involved with his own Paranormal group called Vermont Investigators Paranormal Activity. Where they investigated a few locations and a couple solo ones, while you can read our old posts. You can watch videos on YouTube. And listen to some EVP’s (Electronic Voice Phenonium) on Soundcloud.
Haunted Vermont was partnered with Obscure Vermont, together we could find more Abandoned Buildings and Paranormal Activity. DeadFi Productions joined Haunted Vermont as partners in July 2013, hunting locations with stories to finish Dead Static. A short film that released October 2014 on YouTube, featuring stories from Emily’s Bridge, Green Mount Cemetery and Pittsford Haunted House. Lastly Haunted Vermont teamed up with Paranormal Investigators of New England, and together investigated the Hubbardton Battlefield located in Castleton.
<hr />After a long break, Paul returned to bring Haunted Vermont into new things. Back in July 2019, we launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds to create a cheesy, b rated horror flick. Based on a ghost story from Marble St, located in West Rutland. That flick has become known as “The Passenger: A Vermont Urban Legend”. Which takes two sides of the story, and creates a interesting twist on the lady in white. While adding some facts and hints of the voices heard among the marsh, while the road connects to the vanished town of Whipple Hollow Road.
<figure><figcaption style="text-align: center;">Released October 13th 2019.</figcaption></figure>
Paul returned in 2020 to create another cheesy flick based on the legendary Bennington Triangle, where real life cases inspired some of the stories seen in the latest short film. “Terror Trail”. Cases included 8 year old boy, Paul Jepson that mysteriously disappeared October 12th 1950. And finished with Paula Welden, who also disappeared on December 1st 1946 while hiking for the day at Glastenbury Mountains. Paula was last seen wearing Red. Which became a symbolism if worn within woods.
<figure><figcaption style="text-align: center;">Released October 13th 2020</figcaption></figure>
Haunted Vermont is set to return to making a sequel to their 2020 film, Terror Trail. Postponed because of the pandemic that occurred in 2020, Paul decided to play it safe and wait till 2022. Terror Trail II is set to release October 2022, which continues where the story left off.