Sightings are numerous in the Bridgewater Triangle. In 1970, reports of a big-foot like, 7-foot tall hairy monster and its footprints instigated both the
And from the BFRO;
Federal law enforcement agent describes possible snow tracks on private land adjacent to
OBSERVED: Footprints in the snow, walking through several properties and into the woods. Seen by myself, a Federal Agent for 16 years, my cousin the homeowner/poreprty owner), and several other family members. Tracks went through a neighborhood and from trash can to trash can.
ALSO NOTICED: The toes of the footprints penetrated under the snow about an inch, indicating the track was made by a foot with a forward momentum walking up the hill.
OTHER WITNESSES: Several family members. The prints were first discovered by my cousin's daughter in their back yard. She had heard bigfoot stories from me because I am a hobby cryptozoologist. She showed them to her dad and he called me and several other family members. Several pictures were taken by my cousine and myself.
TIME AND CONDITIONS: Daylight, Bright sun. The tracks were possibly made on Saturday the 24th at night. My cousin noted his outdoor cats were inside and acting very frightened.
ENVIRONMENT: Suburban backyard surrounded by extensive natural areas. Several of the kids have been through the yard because they are excited about the tracks, but we have tried to preserve them. See the full report and follow up here:
And here is an article about the triangle:
It got me thinking is it something to do with the name?
So could the name of a place produce expectations in those living or visiting the area that influences what they might see? Or does the name attract a certain sort of person to the area that would pick up on the vibes and see things others may not? It is certainly strange that both areas should be subject to people seeing fortean phenomena and strange beasties.
Something to contemplate on over the Saturday lunch.