Spooky thoughts from Loren Coleman — author of the Cosimo-Paraview title Mothman and Other Curious Encounters — on Halloween night:
MOTHMAN STILL UP TO HIS OLD TERRIFYING TRICKS
According to an expert in Portland, Maine, the Mothman is still flapping its frightening wings.
Loren Coleman is a cryptozoologist and author who says the Mothman — a mythical monster who causes disastrous events like terrible traffic accidents — is behind some current carnage, including the Minnesota bridge collapse this past summer and another bridge disaster in China two weeks later.
Coleman says there are some precise paranormal parallels, including the fact that the Minnesota bridge stretched across I-35, and was built in 1967, and the original Mothman mishap occurred in 1967, on highway 35 in West Virginia.
He says, “There’s a definite link with the Mothman across time and space. The Mothman can still have an amazing evil effect.”
Coleman is chronicling the ongoing morbid Mothman madness in his upcoming book, “Mothman: Evil Incarnate,” due out next year…
(via Wireless Flash News)
In other Loren Coleman news, his classic 1983 book Mysterious America: The Ultimate Guide to the Nation’s Weirdest Wonders, Strangest Spots, and Creepiest Creatures — published previously as an on-demand title by Cosimo partner Paraview Press — recently appeared in a new edition from Paraview Pocket Books.
There’s lots more news and discussion about strange monsters and weird events at Cryptomundo, Coleman’s popular cryptozoology site.
Mothman and Other Curious Encounters, Mysterious America, and other books by Loren Coleman are available from Amazon and other online booksellers.
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