Paranormal phenomena in the Bridgewater Triangle
Between the town lines of Abingdon, Freetown, and Rehoboth lies New England’s own version of the Bermuda Triangle. The Triangle is full of odd occurrences; people have disappeared, strange lights are seen and so are the ghosts of Native Americans who used to live there.
The Bridgewater Triangle is two hundred square miles across and right smack in the middle is the largest swamp in all of New England. Hockomock Swamp is filled with quicksand, mysterious creatures and other dangers. Hockomock means “place of spirits” in the local Native American language.
i'd love to read more_are there books or articles about this phenomenon? firstname.lastname@example.org or dylangirl99 on twitter
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Did you follow the link to the full article? You can contact the author there and ask for more info.
On www.fetchbook.info I came up with the following books you might be interested in:
Ghosts of The Bridgewater Triangle: http://www.fetchbook.info/compare.do...
Ghost Files of New England:
There are "triangles" all over the world. There is one over the Great Lakes. Here are two books about that:
Gateway to Oblivion: The Great Lakes Bermuda Triangle
Great Lakes Triangle:
I hope if you read on of these you'll come back and tell us about them.
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