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Flying Saucers, Baseball & Fireballs in the Bridgewater Triangle

1-23-2014  Correction: The Abington sighting was in October of 2012, not October of 2013. A recent wave of UFOs have been sighted in the area of the Bridgewater Triangle, as well as all over the world. These sightings differ immensely from the flying saucer, metallic-colored disk shaped sightings of the crafts sighted in 1940s to the 1960s and the triangle-shaped  craft seen by many in the area in the 1970s. These UFOs are glowing fireballs flying in formation. Usually five—sometimes six--glowing spheres, sometimes moving at incredibly high speeds, sometimes rotating in formation. The first of these local sightings was on October 12, 2013. Five orbs floated in over the Boston skyline and were captured on video by a witness in a nearby Boston skyscraper. Here is a clip of the sighting. Two nights later, these same objects would be seen and captured in Abington, this time zipping toward Boston. A month later, on November 20th, A Bridgewater University student would see

Did King Philip Curse The Bridgewater Triangle? The Likely Origin of The Legend

Image source: Native One of the most popular theories on why the Bridgewater Triangle powerhouses so much paranormal activity is that Chief Metacom, otherwise known as King Philip, cursed the land that the war that would be named after him was fought on. Specifically, the area that stretches from Narragansett Bay to Weymouth, Massachusetts. Many books on the Bridgewater Triangle almost state this curse theory as fact. But where did the legend come from? If King Philip HAD cursed the land upon his death, would he really announce it? Certainly the great chief didn't go into a soliloquy upon his grotesque death about how he would curse the land! Can you imagine? "Wait, before you cut my head off where it will be spiked for 25 years on display and dismember my body and hang it in the trees...I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY! I WILL CURSE YOU AND A LAND THAT SOMEDAY WILL BE KNOWN AS THE BRIDGEWATER TRIANGLE. Okay, you may now continue your butchery."  The concept

Bridgewater Triangle Alligators: Eight Gator Sightings Documented By Newspapers

An alligator in Brockton is captured by a local firefighter in the summer of 2010 after it is seen crossing a residential street.  1. July, 1929. Abington A five-foot long alligator is seen “roaming about wherever he chooses and devouring whatever appeals to his taste." The gator is not captured. 2. March, 2005. Rehoboth  A local boy encountered two alligators. He kills one, while the other gets away. The second reptile is never found. 3. July, 2005, Middleboro A 5-foot alligator is found in Stump Pond in Middleboro. Police lure the creature out of the water with a chicken as bait.  3. July, 2005, Brockton A 4 ½ foot alligator makes an appearance at D.W. Field Park in Brockton. After a small chase, police are able to capture the gator. 4. August, 2005, Brockton A second alligator is spotted at D.W. Field Park in Brockton. 5. September, 2005. Abington A five-foot long alligator takes up residence at Island Grove pond. The creature is not c