Does Mothman Still Haunt Point Pleasant?

Mothman is a moth-like creature, spirit, alien entity or escaped government project or half man half monster maybe half bird reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia from November 15, 1966 to December 15, 1967. The first newspaper report was published in the Point Pleasant Register dated November 16, 1966, titled “Couples See Man-Sized Bird…Creature…Something”.

Mothman was introduced to a wider audience by Gray Barker in 1970, later popularized by John Keel in his 1975 book The Mothman Prophecies, claiming that Mothman was related to a wide array of supernatural events in the area and the collapse of the Silver Bridge.

Ufologist Jerome Clark writes that many years after the initial events, members of the Ohio UFO Investigators League re-interviewed several people who claimed to have seen Mothman, all of whom insisted their stories were accurate. Linda Scarberry claimed that she and her husband had seen Mothman “hundreds of times, ” sometimes at close range, commenting,
“It seems like it doesn’t want to hurt you.
It just wants to communicate with you. ”

Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman claims that sightings of Mothman continue and told USA Today he re-interviewed witnesses described in Keel’s book who said Mothman was “a huge creature about 7 feet tall with huge wings and red eyes” and that “they could see the creature flapping right behind them” as they fled from it.

We realize this is old news, but still worth checking out.
The people of Point Pleasant area of West Virginia claim the Moth Man has never left. Reports of strange sounds and creatures lurking in the woods seem to be the norm now in Point Pleasant.

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