Hockomock Swamp sits in the middle of a paranormal hot spot known as the Bridgewater Triangle in southeast Mass. It's believed that Native Americans cursed the swamp centuries ago as a result of a dispute with Colonial settlers. Activity includes battle cries, drumming and singing. UFOs have also been reported in the area dating as far back as the 1700s, and a Big Foot type creature said to scavenge in local gardens.
The Bridgewater Triangle - Reports of paranormal activity include poltergeists, balls of fire, mysterious drumming, Big Foot and UFO sightings, hitchhiking ghosts, the ghosts of indians and Revolutionary War soldiers, and a Mothman-like bird creature. Many of the mysterious occurrences revolve around Hockomock Swamp. The Hockomock Swamp is known to serve as a dumping ground for murder victims, and reports of cults practicing black magic in the area go back to the days of the Salem witch…
Hockomock Swamp | Beyond The Bridgewater Triangle With Kristen Good
Hockomock Swamp in The Bridgewater Triangle, Massachusetts - the Native Americans were thought to have cursed this area due to their mistreatment by early colonists - there are also numerous sightings of a swamp monster in this area -people report unexplained light anomalies, apparitions of Native Americans and early colonists - a prehistoric grave has been discovered but no photo has ever been developed of it successfully despite many attempts, voices speaking Algonquin are heard