In the heart of Middlebury, Connecticut, there’s a collection of small houses found in the woods. It’s called “Little People’s Village” by most, but others refer to it lovingly as “Fairy Village.” Some people believe it’s cursed and creepy, but others think it’s haunted.
There are countless versions of the story surrounding these small buildings and who, if anyone, lived in them. Those who have gone to the site call it disturbing and captivating, but there’s definitely a history for this abandoned fairy village.
This is a private property, and you should not seek to visit it without the express permission of the owners. It’s unknown who they are or if they currently allow tourists.
Exploring Fairy Village
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, most people were told to shelter in place. That meant staying away from others, and some adventurers decided to take a stroll around the abandoned fairy village in Waterbury, CT. What they found was shocking!
Little People Village
There’s a legend surrounding Little People Village, which tells the story of a husband and wife. Some think she was a witch who lived in the Waterbury woods in a stone house. She started seeing fairy-like little people wandering the woods close to the home.