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The Chatham Five

 

They were the five who claimed in 1935 to have seen a mysterious "orb" rolling through the small fishing village on the elbow of Cape Cod.

Two months later, all five witnesses vanished -- on the same night -- never to be seen again.

But do you REALLY know the stories behind 'The Orb Of Chatham' witnesses?

Learning about their lives will enable you to experience the true depth of this mystery.

If you hold 'The Orb Of Chatham' in your hands, you have the key to unlock the mystery. If you have yet to read this distrurbingly frightful book, and wish to unlock the mystery, buy it now.

Herbert Eldredge

Margaret Snow

Walter Snow

"Gus" Nickerson

Isabel Porter

Which of the Chatham Five...

... was found to have sketchbooks filled with drawings of orbs in Chatham locations that were dated three yeears before the 1935 sightings?

... was given an Art Deco hat pin with a rare black (orb-like) pearl as a gift by one of the other witnesses?

... reported that when the clock tower rang and echoed off the hovering orb, it sounded like "an iron ship hull being clanged under water with an with anvil."?

... would pull lobster traps from Chatham's waters after the Orb sightings that appeared to have been 'crushed' by something "that had to weigh more than a ton"?

UNLOCK The Orb Code and find the answers to these and other disturbing questions regarding 'The Orb Of Chatham' mystery

 

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Walter Snow

b 1891 - d 1935 (presumed)

As a respected businessman, Walter Snow and his store on Main Street, Chatham Dry Goods, we're fixtures within the quaint village.

A man or enormous confidence, sometimes his persona was at odds with the modest recalcitrance of the New Englanders who made up Chatham. Still, he was well liked, and his small business was essential to the small populations of townspeople who frequented his store for food stuffs (both canned and dried), the expected sundries, and even newspapers -- both local and from Boston. In many ways, Walter's store was the quintessential meeting ground for neighbors, a centralized spot where Chathamites from all walks of life would gather to share news, learn of new goings-on and, of course, gossip.

For the vital services he provided to townspeople, the hard working and entrepreneurial Walter was well rewarded. He and his wife, Margaret, lived in a magnificent mansion on Shore Road that overlooked Chatham Harbor, the barrier dunes of Nauset Beach, and finally the open Atlantic.

But the six bedroom home with as many fireplaces lacked warmth. The Snows had no children, and Walter's fixation on his business and civic matters left Margaret feeling both abandoned and lonely.

If Walter was aware of her ennui, he did little to assuage her unhappiness. The two rarely vacationed together, each seeming to live completely disconnected existences -- though under the same, big roof.

Both Walter and Margaret claimed to witness the Orb in their home, more specifically the first floor library that faced west across their well manicured grounds towards the slight glow of lights within the village center.

Walter's story and those of the other witnesses continue when you unlock the Orb of Chatham code

Written and illustrated by Bob Staake, 'The Orb Of Chatham' is unlike any other of his more than 35 books.

A hauntingly eery tale that meanders through this mysterious New England town, 'The Orb Of Chatham' fascinates and mesmerizes readers both young and old. Take a peek at the book

 

 

 

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, the reports were made upon daylight, though local authorities dismissed them a hoax.

Still, the witnesses' independent accounts were virtually identical; the orb appeared to be made of blackened metal, perhaps six feet tall, and traveled in absolute silence by rolling (though one witness reported spotting the orb "hovering" in the air above a local church).

Two months later, all five witnesses vanished -- on the same October evening -- never to be seen again.

Whether 'The Orb Of Chatham' is truth or fiction remains a mystery to this day.