Small Town Monsters: CaseFiles – Indrid Cold

Posted by: Seth Breedlove on November 3rd, 2017

The new web series from Small Town Monsters has launched. Episode one, titled “Cold”, is now available and features an eye-opening interview with the daughter of Woodrow Derenbeger; the eyewitness who met Indrid Cold prior to the Mothman case of 1966. CaseFiles will expand upon stories briefly covered in prior Small Town Monsters movies and is available free through YouTube and Amazon.

Meet the man called Indrid Cold. One night on a lonely stretch of highway just outside of Parkersburg, WV a businessman on his way home from work encountered a telepathic alien being. In the months to follow bizarre activity erupted around the area. Most notably, in the form of a flying, red-eyed figure known as The Mothman.

But whatever became of Woodrow Derenbeger and his family after that fateful night? Learn more in this inaugural episode of Small Town Monsters: Casefiles.

Small Town Monsters is a film series that explores lost and bizarre history centered on strange creatures and anomalies around the United States. The films are available through Amazon, Vimeo OnDemand and on DVD.

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Seth Breedlove About Seth Breedlove

Seth Breedlove is a freelance investigative journalist, filmmaker, and radio show host. He has contributed content to numerous websites on a variety of topics. He served as a columnist for the Massillon Independent, helming a weekly column titled “Slice of Life” that ran on the front page of the paper. In addition to his column he has covered news stories and daily assingnments for the Medina Gazette.

In 2014 he started SasWhat: a Podcast About Bigfoot with co-host Mark Matzke where each week they discuss the subject as a whole and interview various personalities from the field. Seth has also researched and examined historical Bigfoot reports from across the country, compiling an extensive database of newspaper articles dating back to the early 1800’s.


One Response to “Small Town Monsters: CaseFiles – Indrid Cold”

  1. cryptokellie responds:

    This venue is a good place for stories about Indrid Cold who is/was a totally fictitious character, invented by
    John Keel to embellish his whole-cloth experiences during the “Mothman” hysteria event. I remember the news coverage of the Silver Bridge collapse that night in West Virginia and there wasn’t any mention of such beings. I happen to have a first edition copy of “The Mothman Prophesies” with the original Garuda based cryptid figure drawing on the dust jacket. Interesting, even creepy reading but 80% Keel’s imagination. There is no evidence of any kind for the Mothman entity, Indrid Cold or any connection to the bridge collapse which was found to have happened due to metal fatigue. How must the survivors and relatives of the people that perished that night feel about this tragedy being turned into an annual Groundhog’s Day type of event. Sad.




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