A mostly quiet town in northern Fairfield County, Connecticut.

Latitude 41.39° N, Longitude 73.31° W.

Once rural, it is now over-priced and over-developed, (that is if it wishes to remain the 'little New England town' it purports to be).

It will probably live in infamy as the home of Richard Craft; airline pilot, ex-CIA. One day in the winter of 1986, Mr. Craft killed his wife, Helle, and fed her corpse through a rented wood chipper. He raised suspicion when he returned the chipper in pristine condition, (Who washes a rented wood chipper?). The light dusting of snow on the ground made it easier for the authorities to find site of the gruesome deed.