High School to screen award-winning documentary
Wareham High School will host a showing of the award-winning, feature-length, paranormal documentary, “The Bridgewater Triangle” on Friday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. There will be live music by Wareham resident Carlston “Chops” Wood before the film.
The documentary captures the folklore of a triangular, geographic area south of Boston that has experienced numerous reports of paranormal activity, including cryptic animal sightings, UFO encounters, ghostly happenings, and instances of Satanic ritual behaviors. The documentary is told through first-hand accounts of residents, folklorists, and paranormal experts.
This special showing is a 90-minute director's cut of the film which includes 45 minutes of never before seen footage.
Following the film is a question and answer session with the director and any cast members in attendance.
The film viewing is free to students of Wareham Public Schools.
For ticket information go to Eventbrite.com, search for The Bridgewater Triangle at Wareham High School in October.
For more information visit the Facebook page: The Bridgewater Triangle Documentary: A Paranormal Evening!