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Ghosts of the Bridgewater Triangle Paperback – September 1, 2008
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About the Author
Tim Weisberg is the host of "Spooky Southcoast," one of the world's most popular radio programs dealing with the subject of the paranormal. He's also been featured in publications such as "FATE Magazine", "SoCo Magazine" and "SouthCoast Insider" and on television on the History Channel, Discovery Channel, "30 Odd Minutes" and "LIVING TV." As a sportswriter by trade, Tim covers the Boston Celtics and the New England Patriots for the "Standard-Times" of New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Top Customer Reviews
One exception would be the spooky chapters on the former insane asylums. The story of the metal-on-metal noises in the middle of the night that kept stopping at a neighboring home really gave me the creeps.
Some of the witnesses in this book didn't seem all that credible either, somehow. To me, teenagers drinking and partying in a cemetery at night aren't the most reliable witnesses after one too many beers. And some of the other witnesses even said they captured spirit pictures or interesting orbs, and the author mentions glowing gravestones and other phenomenon, but surprisingly, no pictures of any strange things were included in this volume. The illustrations were simply photos of the locations discussed. The chapter about the ghostly hitchhikers was not scary at all. He comes one step from discounting this altogether, by telling of the various similar legends, with subtle differences, all around the country.
This book also had a lot of typos. No big deal, but worth mentioning because there were enough to be distracting.
So it was an OK book, but Charles Robinson's was far better.
are still questionable. However, that said the land land area's featured in this book , woods/dense woods/swamps and
old trails etc hold un-explainable experiences. These experiences have been passed down for many generations.. some
documented locally . Investigations have transpired with many believers. This is a good read and a keeper...God and Nature
always remind US we do not know everything.. This book fires up our inner imagination, good for our soul ....
That being said...far too frequently in this book the author presents "eye-witnesses" as factual evidence. For example:
We were traveling down that road one time...and I dunno...I just felt weird, so we got out of there!
That road must be haunted. I got a flat tire there one night, and that's really strange.
This kind of made me roll my eyes.
BUT, if you enjoy reading about local lore, its a good book to read on a winter night when anything can spook you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
EXACTLY WHAT I WANTED, THE STORIES BEHIND EACH SIGHTING. A WONDERFUL READ!Published 11 months ago by ROSEY
Great book…loved reading about all the spooky areas I grow up around. Thanks!Published on August 12, 2014 by Donna Capozzi
I loved this book and would like to see more like it. Thank you.Published on August 11, 2014 by Sandy Jovan