Photos of locations in the "Bridgewater Triangle" including the mysterious Hockomock Swamp, a 6,000-acre wilderness area in southeastern Massachusetts that is the subject of many strange stories and legends.
The sun setting over fields in Bridgewater near where Bigfoot sightings have been reported.
Buildings on a dirt road in West Bridgewater near the Hockomock Swamp.
A dirt road in Lakeville in autumn.
An old vacant house in West Bridgewater near the Hockomock Swamp.
Power lines in the swamp in West Bridgewater. Power lines like these figure in many of the strange legends from the Hockomock area.
A small unmarked headstone marks a grave in an Indian cemetery in the woods of Lakeville.
A farm field in West Bridgewater near the edge of the Hockomock Swamp
The Hockomock Swamp as seen from the edge of the road in West Bridgewater. This is the vegetation as it appears in May - by the end of the summer, the dense vegetation can form a solid and nearly impenetrable wall of foliage.
Another view of the Hockomock Swamp. The still, dark water is home to countless millions of mosquito larvae. In some areas the decaying vegetation is 40 feet deep.
Power lines in the Hockomock Swamp near Route 138 in Raynham.
A stone chamber near Lake Nippenicket in Bridgewater.
The Town River in Bridgewater, a tributary of the Taunton River.
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