"In that Zone of Fear, it was just a gut level feeling that it was an alien energy – mechanical almost."
- Rancher Terry Jones
March 9, 2007 North Dakota - Forty years ago in 1967, there was a huge UFO flap in the Ohio River valley, including Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Residents there reported lots of unidentified aerial lights and silver disks, both day and night, along with strange flying creatures that resembled large humans with bat wings. That year, one of the most famous investigators of earth mysteries was John A. Keel. He went to Point Pleasant to investigate and coined the term “Mothman” for the winged humanoids being seen flying in the air.
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