In Mission 145 we explore the mysteries of The Bridgewater Triangle with documentary filmmakers Aaron Cadieux and Manny Famolare. In 1983, cryptozoologist and author Loren Coleman released his best-selling book: Mysterious America. In the book he first coined the term Bridgewater Triangle to designate a roughly 200 square mile area of Massachusetts between Abington, Rehoboth, and Freetown. Coleman discovered many mysterious occurrences inside this triangle ranging from Bigfoot and Thunderbird sightings, giant serpents, UFOs, ghosts, and other strange phenomena. Since then, interest in this area has grown. We get to see some scenes from the new documentary plus Dr. Dreck stops by to sell us on the Bridgewater Triangle Resort. Don’t miss creepy clowns in the news!
In Mission 113 the Mother Ship descends on Wareham, Massachusetts, at Haunted History Night 2012! The crew set the ship down in front of the haunted Fearing Tavern, then discuss the ghosts and haunts with Carolyn McMorrow from the Wareham Historical Society. Author Tim Weisberg stops by to talk about his paranormal evidence, then psychic medium Stephanie Burke conducts an old-time Victorian-era table-tipping séance with Matt and Andrew. Don’t miss Dr. Dreck! Does the ghost of disintegrated Oddball Sarah make an appearance? Tune in to find out!
In Episode 68 the Oddball Crew visits the haunted Fearing Tavern in Wareham, Massachusetts. Built circa 1690, the Fearing Tavern is one of the oldest buildings in the United States. It’s been the home of royal loyalists during the Revolutionary War, and it’s served as a tavern and boarding house. After seeing so much history it’s no wonder this building is haunted. Just like our studio show this episode is live straight through with no cuts. When mistakes happen (as they always do with us), we roll with it. Along the tour and investigation of the Tavern we bump into Ghosts of the SouthCoast author Tim Weisberg. Tune in to find out what bumps in the night inside this ancient treasure!