Hockomock: Place Where the Spirits Dwell ~ Peter Tower


Pub Date Feb 28 2014

Can a place be inherently evil? Are the violent and paranormal events so frequently experienced throughout the history of the Bridgewater Triangle mere coincidence or evidence of an unseen, epic battle waged between the forces of good and evil? This is the true story of the area of southeastern Massachusetts that has become infamous worldwide for paranormal activity.

Peter Tower traces the history of this mysterious and terrifying area, from its beginnings after the last ice age through the many bizarre and infamous paranormal events experienced there in the 1970s and 1980s. The author’s engaging storytelling technique combines in-depth research of the area’s geologic and cultural history with narrative vignettes and firsthand interviews from people that have encountered UFOs, Bigfoot, and mystery creatures, and experienced other unexplained events there. Tower brings the area to life in such a vivid fashion that the book proves to be nearly as mysterious and frightening for readers as experiencing the Bridgewater Triangle first-hand.

Peter Tower grew up in the Bridgewater Triangle, on the edge of the Hockomock swamp. As a boy, he played “Indian,” built forts, caught water bugs and turtles, and traveled through the swamp on top of old stone walls. Today, he and his family live in Vermont, where Peter works as a freelance writer and technology consultant to area corporations. In his free time, Peter enjoys studying Native American history, amateur archaeology, hiking in the mountains, and fishing the local lakes and rivers.

UFOs and Bigfoot in Massachusetts? Bridgewater Triangle Hockomock Swamp

A closer look at an area in southeastern Massachusetts known as the Bridgewater Triangle. There have been numerous reports of paranormal activity from ufos, bigfoot, ghosts, and thunderbirds. But is there any proof? Take a trip to the center of the triangle inside the Hockomock Swamp, the reported hub of activity.

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