I lived for many years in the Bridgewater Triangle and never knew there were strange creatures in it until I met a hairy, chatty swamp thing that some say was a Puckwudgie.. It happend while I was on a midnight walk with my dog. Because of that eerie night, I have been in a feature movie, two national television programs, and have written a dozen books - both real and fiction. My story is told in "The Creature From the Bridgewater Triangle". Since retiring I have lived on Cape Cod, the setting for my "Ghosts of Cape Cod". It takes readers from one end of the narrow sand bar to the other; meeting some of the historic area's most interesting spirits along the way.
Swamp Tales: Horrors From the Hockomock Swamp and the Cape Cod Marshes
by Bill Russo
From Bill Russo, the author of The Creature From the Bridgewater Triangle, comes new tales from the 200 square mile area that is sometimes called 'America's Bermuda Triangle'. This time the stories are fiction - and yet these yarns come from a place where 'real' and 'unreal' collide and exist in an uneasy truce in the same space....
Categories: All Horror; All Mystery, Crime & Thrillers
The Ladder Trees of New Hawaii
by Bill Russo
Along the star-way of infinity is an endless array of astral bodies. In the near future some will be settled for humankind's salvation and some for its pleasure.No living organism on Earth or on any other planet wishes to die. If it were not so, the thing and all of its kind would become extinct in a flash. Every living thing develops...
The Creature From the Bridgewater Triangle: and Other Odd Tales from New England
by Bill Russo
Read Bill Russo's story, as seen on National Television on 'Monsters and Mysteries in America', and on 'America's Bermuda Triangle'; as well as in the award winning documentary film, 'The Bridgewater Triangle'. Bill Russo had lived for over 20 years in Southeastern Massachusetts and had no idea of the strange beings that lurked in the...
Following his real life adventure with Puckwudgies in the eerie Bridgewater Triangle, author Bill Russo turns to fiction in this tale of a family living at the side of the world’s most unusual and dangerous lake; a Cape Cod pond of three disparate sections, one of which contains deadly beasts that prey upon any human or animal foolish...
Retired Police Chief Rick Bates is always eager to dive into a case - usually a case of wine. He didn't start drinking until he was 75; but now he's making up for lost time. But it's not all play and no work for Rick, Even in his 80s, he is a one man stone wall against the waves of crime. In Chapter One, he solves the case of the NAME...
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