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Freak Encounters - The Mothman

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Freak Encounters - The Mothman

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The Mothman is a creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia from 1966-1967.

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oh stupid fat lady of course we have what it takes to kill him we just need to catch him first >.>

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Reminds me of the movie with Richard Gear...it never got any credit but I really like that movie...

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oh stupid fat lady of course we have what it takes to kill him we just need to catch him first >.> :td:

Thats a bit harsh isn't it, and I suppose your one of the perfect people. "NOT" !
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Reminds me of the movie with Richard Gear...it never got any credit but I really like that movie...

I enjoyed that film also. :tu: Interesting subject the Mothman. :yes:

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Seems unexplainable......

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This is a great mystery and its scary creepy 10/10, I also remember the Mothman film it wasn't bad at all.

Edited by Harlequin Dreamer

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The moth man is not a bad entity. The "native" Americans in the area respected and honored the creature.

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