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Mothman: Bizarre Events!

Posted by: Nick Redfern on December 20th, 2013

The Mothman Shrieks

There’s a new Mysterious Universe article from me, which deals a degree of “Mothman weirdness” that I encountered last weekend. It starts like this…

“There can be very few researchers of the world of the unexplained who have not experienced, now and again, a sense that the phenomena they investigate sometimes manipulates them. For some people, it can be an exciting and illuminating experience. For others, it can be downright terrifying, and something which has led people to quit – forever – the world of the paranormal. I have experienced this sense of manipulation more than a few times, but last Saturday night things became downright crazy.

“Right now, I’m working on a new book that includes a small overview of the Mothman mystery, which dominated the town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia in the 1960s. So, over the course of the last week, and even though I’m very clued-in on the subject, I have been doing a bit of additional research into the winged beast made most famous in John Keel’s classic study of the case, The Mothman Prophecies.”

Nick RedfernNick Redfern – has written 755 posts on this site.
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One Response to “Mothman: Bizarre Events!”

  1. Goodfoot responds:

    “There can be very few researchers of the world of the unexplained who have not experienced, now and again, a sense that the phenomena they investigate sometimes manipulates them.”

    Goodfoot loves this! Having experiences exactly this, I can confirm that this is a very real phenomenon. Not only does it manipulate, it stalks one, like an extra shadow. It’s the stuff that can dog one’s waking hours, as well as one’s dreams. It certainly keeps one on his toes, and is not something one would be likely to ever forget…

    I’ll speak to one briefly: I was interviewing a prisoner who claimed to have been an Air Force general, who had been imprisoned for fraud; the details are not important. He claimed to have been visited in prison by several members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and he claimed to have been a member of the team that assassinated JFK. Why he picked me, of all people, I’ll never understand.

    I mentioned to one of the guards, at sign-out, that he had claimed the visit by the JCOS. He said solemny, “If Mr. (name withheld) says that, I wouldn’t doubt him for one second!”

    Then began a series of strange events that I won’t go into here…



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