Well, I hope everyone had a great Halloween. Looking at people's pictures from Halloween, I am a little jealous that I didn't do anything. But it's that Halloween 8 ball that I am stuck behind. I never know when a gang of stripe shirts dudes will hop out and try and rearrange my perfect teeth.
I never got a chance on Halloween to go into the Bridgewater Triangle. Most people only know Bridgewater because of its college, Bridgewater State. And its most famous graduate Jeff Corwin.
But Bridgewater is a hot spot for paranormal activity. There are reports of ghosts, ufos, and strange creatures all from a area know as the Bridgewater Triangle or the Hockomock Swamp.
The Bridgewater Triangle covers a area about 200 square miles, and the Hockomock Swamp is the center of the activity. The first stories from the area date back to the Native Americans. The Native Americans believe that the swamp has inhabited by giant vicious dogs with red eyes (skinwalkers?), large flying creatures that resembles pterodactyl, large hairy half man half ape beasts. They also encounter many strangle glowing lights.
The first documented case by the settlers occurred in 1760 when witness reported seeing a "sphere of fire" in the sky. Sighting such as seeing strange glowing lights in the sky still are reported today.
A lot of the reported sightings have been from a bigfoot type of creature. Probably the most impressive story is that in 1970 two police officers were sitting in there cruiser when a large creature picked up the back of their car and put it back down and ran off. The police described the creature as a bear type of animal, yet no bear was ever found.
Large bipedal creatures were reported all through out the area in the 70's and 80's.
Archaeologists found a 8000 year old burial ground on Grassy Island in the Hockomock Swamp. When the graves were opened the red ochre within the tombs allegedly bubbled and dissolved mystery. The pictures taken of this event failed to develop.
Another common occurrence in the Bridgewater Triangle is cattle mutilations. Most people just assumed that the mutilations must have been the work of some cult. However, no evidence of cult activity was ever found.
So what's the deal with the Bridgewater Triangle? Ufo's, ghosts, bigfoots all seem to inhabit this area, so what is it? There are some places in this world that are natural energy spots. The gravitational force is different there. Most likely because of some strong electromagnetic source inside the earth. These areas are nothing more than a doorway or gate from our dimension to where ever these things are coming from.
We lie in what we call the third dimension. There are many other dimensions out there. I think there are 12, but possibly a 13th is forming due to the collapsing of the lower ones. (this is for another day) I think that the Bridgewater Triangle is one of these spots. A spot in the world where things can pass into our reality.
But what is a greater mystery then the Bridgewater Triangle, is what happened to me the last time I went to Bridgewater. It was about 8 years ago, and on a cold night I attended my friends party. It was just a normal house party, but something really strange happened to me.
I was fine for the first hour of the party, and the next thing I know (actually I had no idea) I was completely blacked out. Like falling down on my face blacked out. I was fine, then all of a sudden I don't remember anything.
Some people that was there thought the chicks that were throwing the party put some date rape drug in my drink. But I am much more cuter, charming, and funnier awake, then when I am passed out drooling on myself. So I don't think that was it. I've also had a spiked drink in the past so I know how it feels.
Could it be that I was having some paranormal effect to the Bridgewater Triangle? Probably not. I don't think it was possible for me to have enough booze in a hour to get me to the state that I was in. But something did happen to me, and I will just chalk it up to some chemical in balance that I had in my system that day.