The latest documentary from Small Town Monsters called “The Mothman of Point Pleasant” has been released on Amazon, Video OnDemand, and DVD.
It examines one of America’s most well-known urban legends although many people believe the mysterious creature may be a cryptid. It is said to have stalked rural West Virginia mainly in an area near the city of Point Pleasant during the late 1960’s and was reportedly seen by hundreds of people before the collapse of an Ohio River bridge in 1967. There have been plenty of Mothman sightings over the years and it’s described as a red-eyed flying creature. Although there isn’t any concrete Mothman evidence that points to its existence sightings of the creature are still being reported.
The documentary has gotten some great reviews by many in the press and media including those and in around the world of cryptozoology. Noted researcher Lyle Blackburn co-wrote the film with investigative journalist and filmmaker Seth Breedlove who also directed and produced it. This seems like yet another successful documentary from the guys over at Small Town Monsters and should definitely be on many people’s watch list and may end up being the best Mothman documentaries to date. Here are some The Mothman of Point Pleasant documentary trailers which were previously released.