Get thee to the Massachusetts Bermuda Triangle, otherwise known as the ‘.’ The area is roughly 200 square miles and filled with strange rock carvings, petroglyphs, and lore based on the brutal deaths and cultural annihilation of 3,000 Wampanoag tribes people. Locals say the area is very haunted with monsters and memories which refuse to be forgotten.
“By the end of King Philip’s war, nearly 3,000 Wampanoag men, women and children were killed or sold onto slave ships bound for the West Indies. The landscape is dotted with stone monuments to their lives here. Their ghosts have morphed over centuries into foreboding fairytales of fantastic creatures and fanged entities that tell us more about the ancestral guilt and paranoia of the conquerors than the natives themselves.”
Interested in the mysterious or unexplained... Well, then here are a few more for your bucket list... Don't forget about "The Oregon Vortex" or The Mystery Spot in the redwood forests of Santa Cruz, California. Most importantly, don't forget the "G-Spot". One of our world's greatest mysteries.