This just in from The Mothman Photographer

Greetings Spatial Earthlings:
This is going to be a short one as I am packing for a trip back to East to do some “Media,” see the fall colors, and follow some Mothy leads.
FYI, I will be appearing on Eddie Middleton’s Night Search show this Sunday at 6:30 PM Central Time.  Eddie is head of Tennessee MUFON.  His radio cohort is David Day, a Penn State professor who I am told has just written a book on Mothman.  Also appearing will by Sandy Nichols, a ufologist specializing in helping people who have been abducted by aliens:
Also, there are two more Grassy Knoll episodes (Nos. 34 and 35) up on Vyz’s site for your enjoyment.  I think there is little doubt that the same oily entities manipulating the UFO phenomenon are also behind the recent global financial collapse, which was engineered by purposeful short selling in the days leading up to the collapse.  As a result, we saw the Rockefellers’ Chase take over WAMU, and now they’ve got their Citibanky eyes on Wachovia, and some others as well. Go to “new shows” and scroll down to Sept. 9th and 29th:
Mothy fun fact:  the cellphone was invented at the Rockefeller’s AT&T in 1915, but they sat on it for a few decades in order to milk the land-line versions.  The modern version of the cellphone was invented in – you guessed it – Cleveland, not long after the Silver Bridge collapse.  The new version uses “inverted opal” chips.  When you invert the vowels in “opal” you get “Apol,” which is the name of the “entity” that was calling John Keel on the phone wherever he went during Mothman.  Interstate 77, which was built in order to serve Carbide distribution needs between its hubs in Cleveland and Charleston, is where most of the UFO abductions were happening, to people like Woody Derenberger (who actually moved to Cleveland, along with the “spaceman” Indrid Cold).  Amazingly, famous abductee Barney Hill remembered being abducted by an officer in Nazi uniform until the Army hypnotist blocked his memories.
Speaking of the Silver Bridge, we have just republished a new edition of the famed Silver Bridge by Gray Barker:
Here’s the dust jacket blurb:
“Written in 1970, The Silver Bridge was the first book ever written on the mysterious Mothman creature, and still one of the best. Barker was the first researcher on the scene of both the Flatwoods Monster and Mothman cases. Known for his eloquent writing style, Barker became nationally famous for his seminal 1956 book They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers, which set the standard for reportage of UFO contactees and the infamous Men In Black. Through his Saucerian Bulletin and Saucerian Press, Barker found a huge following that presaged today’s ‘alien abduction‘ boom. In The Silver Bridge, Barker paints a sociological portrait of life in West Virginia during the Mothman era of the late 1960s. In addition to exploring the inner psychology of Mothman witnesses, Barker also creatively imagines what might be going on in the heads of the ‘alien’ spacemen, the Men in Black, and the Mothman. This book was originally printed in small quantities and hence became very rare, fetching enormous prices. Now, for the first time, it is being made widely available to the general public. Inside, one finds many intriguing facts and details about Mothman that previously escaped attention.”
This edition features new intros by myself, Allen Greenfield (author of Secret Cipher of the Ufonauts) and James Moseley (author of Shockingly Close to the Truth: Confessions of a Grave-Robbing Ufologist). Interestingly, in Moseley’s introductory poem, he cites AT&T as being the phone system he tries to call Barker on (in the afterlife).
Best <> Andy

~ by gorightly on October 16, 2008.

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