NRA Releases Free Mothman Report
This special report documents the undeniable fact that much of our Mothman legend began as flawed folklore and evolved into weapons-grade balonium.
By: Nonhuman Research Agency
The Mothman was a bizarre winged creature reportedly seen in Point Pleasant, West Virginia and environs in 1966. It stood taller and broader than a man, shuffled awkwardly on two muscular humanlike legs, took off straight up like a helicopter, and that, while in flight, chased cars at speeds nearing one hundred miles per hour scarcely flapping its wings. Its red "glowing" eyes seem to have been more terrifying than either the size of the creature or ten foot wingspan.
These encounters were popularized by John Keel in two books: Strange Creatures From Time and Space in 1970 and The Mothman Prophecies in 1975. The 2002 motion picture, The Mothman Prophecies, starring Richard Gere, was inspired by Keel's book. Mothman now has a statue and annual festival in Point Pleasant. Every year on the third weekend in September, thousands of people flood the streets to celebrate.
Robert Goerman reveals "The Inverse Law of Mothman." It states that "Truth decreases as the audience increases." He explains that, "Ongoing research for contemporary articles, books, and documentaries not only continue to be based upon compromised groundwork, but the mythology has evolved into weapons-grade balonium.
"Mothman was never a harbinger of doom. That was a complete fiction to enhance the storyline of the movie. "
As an investigative scholar and analyst of unknown and unexplained phenomena, Goerman has been fortunate enough to have his research serve as source material for many books and popular television shows such as Unsolved Mysteries, The Unexplained, History's Mysteries, Animal X, MonsterQuest, and Dark Matters: Twisted But True.
The True Story of Mothman is recommended reading for all media professionals engaged in disseminating information, for researchers and authors, and for everyone interested in the storied past and questionable future of Mothman. The report is available online. https://robertgoerman.wixsite.com/
Robert A. Goerman
Nonhuman Research Agency