Wednesday, April 29, 2009


When we hear gargoyles we think a marble statue that over hangs off a building. But what if there is a story behind them something even greater? The purpose of them is to ward off evil I have even seen them on religious buildings. They are not suppose to be evil however during the night they are said to awaken and when sunlight rises they turn to stone. This is the legend behind them. The gargoyle is more humanoid then anything but has wings. There are sightings of them my theory is that maybe the Mothman is one of these type of creatures. Back in the medieval times there were many gargoyle like creatures spotted in the skies perhaps now they remain very scarce but what were they? Someone must have seen them then tried to depict them on buildings. In 1948 in Alabama there was a gargoyle like sighting not one but dozen had seen it up in a tree then it finally flew away but after that sighting there was a wave of gargoyle sightings afterwards. Birdlike men swooping down with red eyes picking up small dogs etc. This is very hard to theorize on because there is not alot of info on them. Pagans and many cultures worship gargoyles they think of them as deities and Christians put these creatures on buildings yet they are very demonic and grotesque looking. Since most history we look up we find that they started in France WRONG they actually started during the Greek times. But if you look at certain gargoyles from 100s of years ago they do resemble some of the alien races out there and human like birds being spotted again Mothman. The gargoyle however is a crossbreed its said to be half man, half bird and half demon some have said they are part angel. If you notice though alot of have bat like wings so perhaps maybe they are partial bat and demon. All we can do is speculate. These are very real creatures I believe they are real and I also think they have clans and remain extremely hidden. Since we do not have these creatures in our grasp all we can do is speculate. The Chupacabras acts like one it leaps, flies down and sucks its victims dry it looks like its half bird, beast and demon. There is an old saying I like to use and a simple one " Myths and Legends must come from somewhere" What can become one mans sighting becomes one mans obsession.

History of the Mothman

November 15, 1966
On November 15, 1966, two young, married couples from Point Pleasant, David and Linda Scarberry and Steve and Mary Mallette, were traveling late at night in the Scarberrys' car. They were passing the West Virginia Ordnance Works, an abandoned World War II TNT factory, about seven miles north from Point Pleasant, in the 2,500 acre (10 km²) McClintic Wildlife Management Area, when they noticed two red lights in the shadows by an old generator plant near the factory gate. They stopped the car, and reportedly discovered that the lights were the glowing red eyes of a large animal, "shaped like a man, but bigger, maybe six and a half or seven feet tall, with big wings folded against its back", according to Roger Scarberry. Terrified, they drove toward Route 62, where the creature supposedly chased them at speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour. However, as quoted in Keel's The Mothman Prophecies, the Scarberrys, despite driving more than 100 miles per hour, claimed to have noticed a dead dog on the side of the road, and in fact made such accurate note of its location that they claimed to have gone back the very next day and looked for it. Explanations for how they were able to make so accurate a mental note at a time of such great distress, or why they would go back to look for the dead dog, are not included in Keel's book. A plaque on the Mothman statue provides a version of the original legend: "On a chilly, fall night in November 1966, two young couples drove into the TNT area north of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, when they realized they were not alone." Driving down the exit road, they saw the supposed creature standing on a nearby ridge. It spread its wings and flew alongside the vehicle up to the city limits. They drove to the Mason County courthouse to alert Deputy Millard Halstead, who later said, "I've known these kids all their lives. They'd never been in any trouble and they were really scared that night. I took them seriously." He then followed Roger Scarberry's car back to the secret ex-U.S. Federal bomb and missile factory, but found no trace of the strange creature. According to the book Alien Animals, by Janet and Colin Bord, a poltergeist attack on the Scarberry home occurred later that night, during which the creature was seen several times.

November 16, 1966

The following night, on November 16, several armed townspeople combed the area around the TNT plant for signs of Mothman. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wamsley, and Mrs. Marcella Bennett, with her infant daughter Teena in tow, were in a car en-route to visit their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomas, who lived in a bungalow among the igloos (concrete dome-shaped dynamite storage structures erected during WW-II) near the TNT plant. The igloos were now empty, some owned by the county, others by companies intending to use them for storage. They were heading back to their car when a figure appeared behind their parked vehicle. Mrs. Bennett said that it seemed like it had been lying down, slowly rising up from the ground, large and gray, with glowing red eyes. While Wamsley phoned the police, the creature walked onto the porch and peered in at them through the window.

November 24, 1966

On November 24, four people allegedly saw the creature flying over the TNT area.

November 25, 1966
On the morning of November 25, Thomas Ury, who was driving along Route 62 just north of the TNT, claimed to have seen the creature standing in a field, and then it spread its wings and flew alongside his car as he sped toward the Point Pleasant sheriff's office


November 26, 1966
On November 26, Mrs. Ruth Foster of Charleston, West Virginia reportedly saw Mothman standing on her front lawn, but the creature was gone by the time her brother-in-law went out to investigate. Further, on the morning of November 27, the creature allegedly pursued a young woman near Mason, West Virginia, and was reported again in St. Albans the same night, by two children. In 1967 A Mothman sighting was again reported on January 11, 1967, and several other times that same year. Fewer sightings of the Mothman were reported after the collapse of the Silver Bridge, when 46 people died. The Silver Bridge, so named for its aluminium paint, was an eyebar chain suspension bridge that connected the cities of Point Pleasant, West Virginia and Kanauga, Ohio over the Ohio River. The bridge was built in 1928, and it collapsed on December 15, 1967. Investigation of the bridge wreckage pointed to the failure of a single eye-bar in a suspension chain due to a small manufacturing flaw. There are rumors that the Mothman appears before upcoming disasters, or that the Mothman causes disasters.


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