The Mothman Festival 2022: A Weekend of Good Fun and Adventure

This past weekend, me and good friends, Lyle Blackburn and Ken Gerhard (both well known cryptozoologists) headed off to Point Pleasant, West Virginia, for the annual Mothman Festival. Well, I say that, but for the last three years the gig was shut down and the thousands of people were no more. We all know why. But, the festival was finally back last weekend. And the three of us were up for it. We were ready for a journey from Texas to Point Pleasant of approximately 1,000 miles. And, every year we do that mammoth journey back, too. As for the event, it’s filled with fun, laughs, intrigue, mystery and more. And, of course, there’s something else, too: thousands of people all enthused by the entertainment. But, before we get to the matter of the gig itself, l’ll share with you a summary of the history of the Mothman enigma. There can be few people reading this who have not at least heard of the legendary Mothman of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, who so terrorized the town and the surrounding area between November 1966 and December 1967, and whose diabolical exploits were chronicled in the 2002  Hollywood movie starring Richard Gere: The Mothman Prophecies, so named after the book of the same title written by Mothman authority John Keel.

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