Encounter with “Mothman”
In the mid-1960s, a mysterious creature that became known as Mothman frightened residents around Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Sightings are claimed to this very day. In the summer of 2005, Matt and his stepsister encountered something unknown, and they wonder if it was the Mothman monster. This is Matt’s story.
Mothman in Middle Tennessee?
Paranormal investigator Sandy Nichols encounters a creature that matches the description of "Mothman" -- not just once, but twice!
This is a cool site for the upcoming movie (based on real events). It includes articles, merchandise, history, interviews with the actors and more.
Mothman and Thunderbird: Separated at Birth?
Draws attention to similarities between a circa 1600 Indian Thunderbird artifact and the descriptions of an anomalous and frightening figure seen repeatedly in 1967, dubbed "The Mothman."
The Mothman of Pottery Mound
Were the 1960s sightings of Mothman and other anomalous incidents just a weird precursor to the brief psychedelic era in popular culture when hallucinations became the norm? Or are there precedents for this phenomenon in the distant past?
A Mothman Retrospective
A good review of John Keel's The Mothman Prophecies, which details his bizarre experiences of 1966 and 1967.
Why do Mothman's eyes glow red? This article from The Anomalist offers some possibilities.
The Mothman Death List
Loren Coreman has compiled a list of events and deaths linked to the original series of Mothman sightings of 1996-1967, to the release of the movie in January 2002.
Mothman - The True Story
High strangeness in West Virginia in the 1960's as people saw winged humanoids, UFOs, men in black, and other bizarre events.
Return to Point Pleasant
In 1978, journalist Rick Moran set out for Mothman’s stomping ground, but did not reckon on the Men in Black.
Mothman in Ontario
Your True Tales of Mothman in Ontario
Mothman in Texas
Your True Tales of Mothman in Texas
"The Mothman Prophecies"
A psychological thriller that asks important questions about a real, extremely bizarre series of events that frightened a West Virginia town in 1966.