- a small, puritan village in Northwestern Connecticut.
- Settled in 1721, the town grew with separatist efficiency, becoming the county seat in 1774. Today, Litchfield covers approximately 53 square miles.
- Features include The Forman School, Derwin Outfitters, Stop n Shop, Bozak Resort & Spa, Vacuum Repair Shop, and little else of interest.
(Origin: British; Old English- liche/lich: a corpse.)
- A small town in the Northwestern hills of Connecticut where lost souls remain in purgatory.
- The waiting room and reception area for hell.