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8 thoughts on “ Moth Man Of West Virginia

  1. Zulusho says:
    Jul 21,  · It was November 15, , when the Mothman first appeared to two couples driving through the TNT area towards Point Pleasant, West Virginia, just before midnight. Wikipedia/Public Domain As they drove, their headlights bounced off what appeared to be red reflectors, but as they neared these reflectors, the couples discovered that they were actually the eyes of a large, gray creature with the physique of a man.
  2. Sakinos says:
    Sep 11,  · Join hundreds of Mothman’s fans as they flood the streets of Point Pleasant for a weekend of folklore and fun. Brush up on your Mothman history with a TNT-area shuttle tour, presentations by eyewitnesses and a visit to the Mothman Museum, where you can see original police reports, newspaper clippings and props from the film featuring.
  3. Faumuro says:
    Jun 27,  · The Mothman is a mysterious winged humanoid first reported by citizens of West Virginia during the year prior to the horrible collapse of the Silver Bridge in Point Pleasant. Some say sightings of this creature foretell impending disaster. It is a supernatural omen, a harbinger of doom that appears before some catastrophe.
  4. Brataur says:
    Oct 26,  · On November 15, , a pair of young couples took an evening drive down a lonely road on the outskirts of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Their route took them through overgrown bunkers of the “TNT Area,” the remnants of a WW2 munitions plant. There the headlights glanced off something in the dark: a six-foot-tall, man-shaped thing.
  5. Dolrajas says:
    Mothman is a legendary moth-like creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia. After the collapse of the Silver Bridge, Mothman was never seen again. His spirit lives on in this darkly delicious black IPA, with a balanced blend of roasted malts and citrusy hops to enjoy on moonlit nights.
  6. Vudolmaran says:
    #1 Monster in West Virginia has a Museum Cool little museum that has seen a surge of popularity due to the video game Fallout This is nestled in a quaint town where the people are kind and helpful. The area is beautiful and the museum is full of really interesting stories about the Mothman/5().
  7. Explains the legend and local history. Includes photographs, drawings, events and a guestbook.
  8. Vudotilar says:
    The Mothman, first sighted in , is a staple of West Virginia. Unlike the Confederacy, the Mothman AND his legacy are not racist, not anti-semitic, not homophobic, transphobic, or anti-LGBTQ. The Mothman is, however, a cultural icon, and a prime representation of what is really important in American culture and history.

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