…Lake Willoughby is regarded by many as just plain mystical. It’s formation is even the subject of spirited research, and research has continued to this day. My parents were Coastguardsmen, and as a young couple, went diving in this lake. This is no small feat. Lake Willoughby is one of the deepest lakes in New England, even though it’s so small. The reason for that is the bottom is incredibly craggy, and uneven. There is no true lakebed towards the center…. Just a field of large, rocky, stalagmite structures. Sonar imaging proves this. The true “depth” is not really known as a result, just approximations….
…As the night finally got dark in the middle of that June evening, the stars came out, and so did something else. White and glowing just brighter than the surrounding stars, two different lights blinked above us and moved at right angles throughout the sky….
…One day while returning from one of my walkabouts I made my way down the sidewalk leading towards my friend’s apartment while looking down at my phone. I suddenly realized that I had walked right past the apartment; I stopped in my tracks, looked up and made a 180….
The petroglyphs are visible from the Vilas Bridge on the Walpole, New Hampshire side while another cluster of them can be seen from the Bellows Falls side – they seem to be all located near a bit of an island in the Connecticut River. Who carved the faces? And why? It certainly gives the impression of a thin place, and we’re each of us left to judge for ourselves.
In August of 1968, Michael Lapp and Janet Cornell, two counselors at an all girls camp known as Buff Ledge, were abducted, taken on board a UFO and subjected to medical tests before being returned to the 100 foot dock they were taken from.