The Triton Mil,is for sale,but according to sources no body wants it.Some say well why not.Maybe it is because their are residents,that do not want to leave.
Yes it is said that the old Mil is haunted by MR. Schmitt himself.
According to Overlook”Schmitt,was getting old and because of new zoning laws and upkeep,he decided to sell the land and property,However there was a problem and Schmitt could not find a buyer, Schmitt died in 1998 and many of the antiques were sold off by the estate.
In 1862, Emory Johnson constructed the Triton Mill at the northern end of a plot of land in East Haddam, Connecticut. Soon a little town was forming around the mill and they decided to call it Johnsonville, quickly booming into a true village over the next hundred or so years until eventually the mill was sold to Raymond Schmitt, owner of a controversial aerospace manufacturer in 1965.
Schmitt turned the once-thriving town into a tourist attraction, bringing in other Victorian-era buildings and hosting weddings and get-togethers on a regular basis. The village continued to exist as an attraction until finally the property was shut down and put up for sale in 1994. What has happened to this once-great town since will send shivers down your spine!