Many buildings in and around Boston are rumored to be haunted. However, there’s one town 34 miles south of the city, that seems to have a disproportionate amount of paranormal activity.

Bridgewater is home to 26,563 people… rather, that’s the population if we’re counting those with a corporeal presence. It’s one of the points on what has been dubbed the “Bridgewater Triangle” by author Loren Coleman (who wrote “Mysterious America”). This two-hundred square mile swath of Massachusetts is a hotbed of inexplicable phenomena. In short, if it’s weird, otherworldly, or just downright creepy, then it’s been spotted in the Bridgewater Triangle. Some investigators believe the triangle connects Bridgewater with East Bridgewater and West Bridgewater, while others think the area encompassed is much larger.

So, what do you think? Do some places seem like hubs for paranormal activity? Have you ever had a strange experience in the Bridgewater Triangle? Let us know on the Only In Boston Facebook Page.

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