Puglia - Apulia o Pulla (en italiano: Puglia; en dialecto barese y dialecto foggiano: Púgghie; en dialecto salentino: Puia; en franco-provenzal: Poulye) es una región del sur de Italia, entre los Apeninos y el Adriático de 4.084.941 habitantes pulleses.
One of the most infamous haunting stories among the many in Connecticut comes from a place called Dudleytown. In the mid 18th century, the Dudley family migrated from England and settled in a small village in the Northwestern part of Connecticut, known today as Cornwall. Today, the town is closed to the public. Most of the property is consumed by forest.