Mass Mystery weekend begins tonight.
From famous UFO crashes to ghosts in the White House, to the legendary goat-sucking chupacabras, The 2009 Mass Mystery Weekend offers a veritable buffet of all things spooky and abominable. The UFO Show kicks things off tonight, followed by the Monster Mash “conference of creepy tales” on Saturday, and a Mystery Bus Tour on Sunday of Massachusetts’ Bridgewater Triangle, the site of numerous reports of paranormal activity.
The UFO Show opens with the film The Lost Betty Hill Interview, followed by presentations on a host of mysterious phenomena, including phantom airship sightings in Massachusetts 100 years ago. The Monster Mash offers more speakers spinning strange tales, including renowned crytozoologist and author Loren Coleman telling the story of 1950s monster hunter and adventurer Tom Slick, and a pre-show film, Ghosts of Rehobeth.
When and where: UFO Show — Friday, October 16, doors at 6:00. Hibernian Hall, 151 Watertown Street, Watertown. Monster Mash — Saturday, October 17, doors at 4:00. Hibernian Hall. Mystery Tour — Sunday, October 18 at 2:00. Tour departs from Raynham Park, Raynham. Tickets are $25 for each show and $35 for the bus tour. Discounts are available if you purchase tickets for more than one event. See The 2009 Mass Mystery Weekend website for more information and to purchase tickets.