The Enigma of the Bridgewater Triangle: A Vortex of the Unexplained
Hunting Bigfoot in Hockomock
The murky depths of Hockomock Swamp are not for the faint of heart, as Joseph DeAndrade discovered in 1978 when he had his first unsettling encounter with Bigfoot. His sighting was no fleeting glimpse into the unknown but a tangible brush with something otherworldly. Driven by curiosity and a thirst for answers, DeAndrade formed the Bridgewater Triangle Expedition Team (BTET) in 1985, alongside fellow witnesses Tony Rose and Mike Foster. Together, they ventured into the swamp, seeking the elusive creature, encountering more close run-ins with the cryptid. But the swamp held secrets more terrifying than they could ever have imagined. In 1989, a sighting so chilling occurred that DeAndrade disbanded the group, convinced that the swamp was infested with malevolent spirits. The haunting legacy of their expeditions lingers on, a whispered tale of terror, forever etched into the eerie lore of the Bridgewater Triangle.