SISSONVILLE- It's been over forty-six years since he was first reported being seen. Roger and Linda Scarberry saw him first along with Steve and Mary Mallette. On a dark, deserted road in Point Pleasant, WV Mothman made his first appearance in West Virginia. There are many stories related to the Mothman.
It wasn't that they weren't happy to see him. In truth, they'd looked for him for years. They just didn't expect him to ever come back -- certainly not looking like he did, but fifty-nine years will take its toll on anyone. This wasn't just anyone however, this was the famous Phantom of Flatwoods. And the years had not been kind.
FESTIVALL- Mrs. Gladys Meyer was having a great time at Saturday's Annual FestiVALL Wiener Dog Race. Seeing a local sketch artist had an empty chair she and Oscar, her wiener dog, paid their money and posed for a portrait. She was shocked by what she was handed at the end of their session.
"Bath Salt Zombies are REAL!!! I saw one in Charleston, WV!!!" ...so starts a letter we recieved here at TheDiggerer.com
On the evening of September 12, 1952, the quiet lives of the people of Braxton County, West Virginia would be forever changed by the arrival of an otherworldly being like nothing ever before seen. Despite the testimonies of many sober witnesses, the mystery of what would become known as the “The Phantom of Flatwoods” has never been solved. Whatever the answers, the things seen in the woods that night were by no means human, and according to descriptions...not of our known world.