Camp Titicut

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An old summertime campsite for Native Americans, complete with a burial ground, Camp Titicut is believed to be haunted by King Phillip, whose body reportedly was drawn and quartered here. The sound of leaves rustling, according to local tales, is his body parts trying to get back together. The area was a boys’ camp from the 1930s to 1950s, during which time a boy drowned in a pond. His ghost is said to be seen and heard in the nearby woods.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Off Pine St
Bridgewater, MA
United States

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GPS:
41.9318116018758, -70.9995489117864
County:
Bristol County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Raynham Center, MA (2.8 mi.)
Raynham, MA (4.0 mi.)
Bridgewater, MA (4.2 mi.)
Middleborough Center, MA (4.6 mi.)
Taunton, MA (5.1 mi.)
North Lakeville, MA (5.9 mi.)
West Bridgewater, MA (6.0 mi.)
Berkley, MA (7.3 mi.)
East Bridgewater, MA (7.3 mi.)
Halifax, MA (8.2 mi.)

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