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  • I was 'thinking' the other day about just how _alien_ Big Bird (mothman simulant?) and Snuffleupagus (cthulu equivalent?) must initially seem to pre-schoolers exposed to the dastardly black propaganda experiment known as "Sesame Street" when it hit me:

    Posthuman Blues

  • Tay came over and we watched that mothman movie, god, it scares the hell out of me, just because its based on a true story, and you never find out what it is.

    jenna-bear Diary Entry

  • The man dropped his pack to the ground, and stood motionless and silent, looking at the mothman and trying to find words in which to express the thing he had to make clear.

    Natives of Space

  • The two wander around for a bit and literally stumble into the lair of a mothman, the monster that has been floating around since the first episode.


  • I came here interested in sasquatch, but am now interested in all things cryptid, especially mothman.


  • I'm very interested in mystery photos, phantom big cats, historic cryptids, the mothman, and I'm quite fascinated with the Dover Demon as well, though I do enjoy the the site how it is at the moment.


  • Though I enjoy reading almost all the topics on this blog, Im particularly interested in Almas (or any reports of living neanderthals), mothman, Ropen, Kongamato, Mokele-mbembe and all the various bigfoot / Yeti animals.


  • Although it seems most like to keep the line drawn between cryptozoology and sightings that may be of a paranormal nature (like mothman ect ..)


  • But my favorite topics are Bigfoot, mothman, mystery cats, chupacabra, and Loch Ness, however I read very single post and love to comment and read the comments of others and then debate if necessary to get closer to the truth.


  • I am a huge lover of animals and cryptozoology and love checking this site for new discoveries like the pink iguanas of the Galapagos, mystery photos and videos that I can try to help identify and to learn more about popular cryptids such as Bigfoot, mokele mbembe, mothman and others.



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  • Mothman is the name given to a being or creature reported in the Charleston and Point Pleasant areas of West Virginia between November 12, 1966, near Clendenin, and December 1967. Most observers describe the Mothman as a winged man-sized creature with large reflective red eyes and large moth-like wings. The creature often appeared to have no head, with its eyes set into its chest. A number of hypotheses have been presented to explain eyewitness accounts, ranging from misidentification and coincidence, to paranormal phenomena and conspiracy theories.


    February 3, 2008