Now, based from the website "mysteriousuniverse.org" states this: Mysterious and Frightening Cases of Dogman Attacks Brent Swancer April 14, 2021: "One of the strangest phenomena in the realm of the paranormal and cryptozoology is that of supposed real werewolves, and in particular that of what is known as the Dogman. Much like Bigfoot, these appear as hulking, massive mountains of fur and muscle, yet rather than ape-like they are described as having decidedly canine features, often with a tail, and of alternating between walking on two feet or all fours. They have been sighted in a range of locations, and serve to really go out into the truly outlandish. Yet for as weird and scary as all of this is, even more frightening are the scattered reports of these spooky entities actually attacking people."
"One very weird report of an apparent Dogman attack of some form comes from the site Beyond Creepy, and occurred in the country of Mexico. The person who made the report says that it happened to his uncles as they were driving a cargo truck through a rather remote jungle area at night. As they made their way along the rough and rugged unpaved road, something very large and heavy reportedly jumped into the back of their truck, and the person telling the account says of what happened next".
"They didn’t stop to see what it was because there were no lights on the road. My uncle on the passenger side saw this devilish creature that looked like a dog climbing closer to the cabin of the truck. They said the thing was huge. My uncle’s screaming in fear when they saw it, said they tried to shake the truck but it would fall off until they hit it against a tree on the opposite side of the road/path."
"They kept driving all night to the morning all freaked out. When they got to a gas station in a village, they saw gash marks and hand but animal prints on the windows where it was trying to get in and on the back trailer. They told their story to some of the villager or farmer and they told them that dogmen-like demons roam those areas. And they were not the only ones who have been attached before."
"They were so freaked out the hair on both arms rises even telling their experience. They said they never drove through Central America besides the cities or villages at night ever again. I wish I could have recorded them telling the stories. They have died already, but even before they died, they stuck with what happened to them and they never did drugs."
"The site Phantoms and Monsters has several reports of apparent Dogman attacks. One of these supposedly happened on a tract of forested land near the Ohio River in Maysville, Kentucky. The witness was a teen at the time, with a group of other teens just out messing around exploring an abandoned hospital in the area called Hayswood Hospital, but this night was about to prove to be a bit more eventful than any of them could have imagined."
"They had split up to go poking around the dusty ruins of the dilapidated hospital and at some point, the witness became aware of a fetid stench like something rotting as he was exploring the basement of the building, which incidentally had once been used as a morgue. The flooded floor was covered with about 3 inches of water, and as he sloshed through it he then heard a metal door slam and something run through the water some distance away."
"The witness thought this was just his friends playing a practical joke on him, so he wasn’t scared just yet, but he soon would be. He decided to get up on top of one of the long-abandoned coolers that had once been used for storing dead bodies, hoping to get the jump on his friends and scare them, but as he lay there, he says the darkness was pierced by someone screaming."
"He still thought that one of his friends was just messing with him, so he stayed still, but soon that smell of rotting meat pervaded the air around him once more and he could hear footsteps in the water, as well as a sound like panting or a “labored breathing and sniffing.”
"At this point the witness was overcome by a sense of pure dread, jumping down from the cooler to go running towards the exit to the morgue, hearing that panting and the water splashing right behind him, as well as an ominous low growl. In a panic, he slipped into the boiler room and stood as still as possible. As he waited there, something very large and strong allegedly started to slam into the door to the boiler room, and there was a sound like the scratching of claws against the steel."
"The terrified witness then ran towards the other end of the boiler room in a bid to reach the access to the generator and the dock doors trucks used to unload and the hillside that lead to the woods, and he says of what happened next: I opened the door to the dock room and when I looked back I saw the arm of this creature sticking through the opening it had made and it was like a horror movie."
"It was a gray and brown mass of fur. It looked like a human arm but it didn’t because the hand was all wrong. The hand had five digits but the claws would have made a bear run in fear. I slammed the door behind me and ran for the dock doors. The dock doors wouldn’t budge and I could hear the gurneys overturning and the lockers sliding on the floor. It was getting through and the only thing between me and it now was a single door."
"I ran to one of the windows by the dock doors and proceeded to bust it out which mangled my hand from the glass. Then as I was pulling myself through the window I heard the door get slammed into and one of the hinges completely flew off the door and hit the wall. I tumbled out of the window and hit the cold wet ground. When I stood up I saw it in the doorway. Now I’m 6’4 and 250 lbs."
"Not little by any means, and this thing took up the entire doorway, an 8 foot tall 3 foot wide door. It was covered head to toe in gray brown fur. It had a very narrow snout, almost like a Doberman Pinscher and its ears were just barely visible because of the doorway. But I could tell they were pointing up just like a dog. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. I was completely paralyzed. This thing was staring right into my soul. Then it snarled and that woke me from my disbelief of what I was seeing. I turned and ran. I ran up the hill into the woods to get around the hospital to get back to the street where the car was parked."
"I hadn’t made it 25 feet when I heard it clawing to get out the window. I knew I would never make it to the car this way. So I ran back towards the hospital where the fire escape ladder was. I had used the ladder before to climb to the roof to take pictures of the entire town. I completely skipped the first 3 rungs on the ladder and was now inside the enclosed part of the fire escape."
"Again this thing howled and I could feel waves of pure terror filling my body. My hand was killing me at this point and I was getting blood on everything. Just as I was reaching the first floor window I could climb into, this thing slammed into the fire escape ladder, knocking me down a couple rungs. It leaped onto the outside of the fire escape and began clawing at my feet. Just as I reached the window I felt it. Pain like nothing I’ve ever felt. It had grabbed just above my ankle and yanked, and in doing so shredded my boot the end of my jeans and into my flesh."
"I was able to pull myself into the first floor window and I heard it push itself off the fire escape and head back the way it came. I’m now dragging my left leg and trying to keep my right hand in my hoodie pocket. The entrance we came in from is only about 150 feet away down the main hall and around a left turn. As I’m half way down the hall I hear the steel doors slamming again. I’m dragging myself down the hall just trying to stay focused on getting out of this hell hole. Then the howling starts again and I can hear it getting closer. I make the turn and hear the pounding coming up the stairs from the basement."
"I make it to the entrance and hear the patting of hands and feet on the floor. I made the mistake of looking back just as it rounded the corner and it was running on all fours like a real dog! I bolted down the hill towards the street where the car was parked and realized the car was gone! They left me! My only way of escape was gone!"
"He claims that he careened off into the night, running down the hill to start banging on the door of the first house he came to. Luckily for him, an elderly lady let him in, and seeing the state he was in called the police. When the authorities arrived, he told them his wild tale, but they did not believe him, despite the fact that he had injuries to corroborate his story. The witness says: When the cops got there and asked me what happened I told them the same thing I’ve said here."
"Of course, they didn’t believe me and thought I was on drugs. The EMT’s took me to the hospital and when they did blood work and found no substance in my system, they then concluded I was attacked by a wild dog. I ended up with 36 stitches in my leg and 17 in my hand. I had to get rabies shots and tell the local wildlife officer my story. He informed me that they had reports of wild dog packs running around the outside of town ransacking garbage cans and killing some of the local pets."
"I informed him that it wasn’t a pack of wild dogs and it was a giant dogman. But they all just thought I was crazy. The only thing I had in my favor was the claw mark on my leg. Even the doctors were confused about how a wild dog could make a mark like that. It is hard to know what to make of this case. It is so dramatic and spectacular that it has the feel of a movie script or creepypasta, but who knows?"
"Perhaps just as sensational is another report from Phantoms and Monsters, this one supposedly from back in 1977, in a rural farming community in the U.S. state of West Virginia. The witness was apparently just a boy at the time, and claimed that his grandfather often spoke about large “strange animals” roaming about the property, with the old man taking to constantly keeping a gun with him at all times." "The grandfather also told the boy to always lock his window at night and to be careful when walking around outside at night. One evening, the boy heard something outside his window as his grandfather fell asleep in the living room with his gun on his lap, and the boy said he could hear a low growling from out past the window, but he couldn’t see anything."
"The report says of what happened next: The witness looked and saw nothing in the window. He then went to get some candy from a bowl in the living room and that’s when he observed a claw coming in through the window, palm facing down, as if it was going to push the window up. The witness clearly saw three fingers. The middle finger was the longest. Years later, he claimed the fingers reminded him of the claws of the creature in Krampus (specifically the scene where he pointed his finger into the woman’s face)."
"He screamed in fright, which woke up the grandfather. The creature also screamed. The grandfather went into fight mode and proceeded to hit the creature’s fingers with his gun. The witness grabbed a knife from nearby and also stabbed at the fingers. At that moment, the grandmother rushed into the room and turned on the outside light, which lit up the yard. The witness could see the creature clearly standing in the window. He even looked into its eyes."
"The creature took off running just as the grandfather raised his gun to shoot it. According to the witness, the creature appeared to be angry and was growling as it ran. The witness acknowledged that he had wet himself during the exchange. At some point, the grandmother stated that the creature had returned. “It’s back!” she said, which surprised the witness. They proceeded to tell him that the creature had been seen around the property 3 years earlier but had left."
"They assumed it had been killed. It had only started appearing again some 2 weeks earlier. This upset the witness, as he had been playing on the property and should have been alerted to it. The grandparents told him that in 1974, the grandfather was in a deer stand bow hunting when a strange creature attempted to climb the tree and enter the stand through a door latch. The grandfather shot at it and stabbed at it, but it never stopped coming."
"Eventually it attempted to poke its nose through the opening in the stand. That’s when the grandfather stabbed it in the nose. It managed to get a paw through and slashed the leg of the grandfather. The creature fled after that. The scar was visible on the nose of the creature standing at the window. As well, the grandfather also had his scar on his leg. The grandfather claimed he waited in the stand for 3 hours before feeling safe enough to climb down and leave. They had never heard of a dogman at the time so they just referred to it as werewolf."
"According to this report, over the coming weeks there would be found dead farm animals on the property, apparently having been mauled by something very large and fierce. One day, when the grandfather failed to show up to pick him up from school, he walked home to find the old man dead in his truck, mauled in a similar fashion as the farm animals."
"Supposedly the police would come to the conclusion that the man had died from an attack “by an unknown animal.” What is going on here? Did any of this really happen at all? It is hard to say. Another report is tied to the apparent mauling of a 13-year-old boy in Knott county, Kentucky, Apparently the boy had been playing in his yard when his relatives saw him get attacked by a “canine type creature” and dragged off into the woods."
"The police were called and arrived to find the boy dead, his body located 400 feet up a mountain through treacherous, rain-slicked terrain. The body had been mauled by a large animal of some sort, but interestingly the coroner would conclude that it was not a mountain lion or bear, but rather something canine. Could a dog have possibly killed this boy and dragged his 100-pound body all the way up there through thick forest terrain? Authorities have apparently still not come to a firm conclusion on what actually attacked this kid, and Dogman or not, it is a rather eerie mystery. We are left with some bizarre cases orbiting an already bizarre phenomenon."
"Are any of these reports or indeed any of the Dogman in general real in any sense? If so, then what could this possibly be? Is it a flesh and blood creature, a supernatural phenomenon, or perhaps even interdimensional interlopers? Or is this all just spooky werewolf-type stories and urban legends to tell around the campfire? It is hard to say, but the Dogman phenomenon has definitely not gone away, and it doesn’t appear that it will any time soon."
Based from the Website "exemplore.com" states this on the Goatman: JUN 25, 2020 The Goatman: Maryland's Axe-Wielding Monster DARCIE NADEL: "The Maryland Goatman is exactly what it says on the label. It is a creature that appears to be half man, half goat. It is known for terrorizing lovers, chasing down teens with an axe, and decapitating dogs, as well as squealing and making goat noises."
Origins: "There are many variations of how the mythical Goatman came to be, including an angry goat herder gone mad and seeking revenge on teens who killed his goats, something resembling a Bigfoot creature, the result of a genetic experiment, or even simply an old hermit who lives in the woods and wanders Fletchertown Road at night."
The Genetic Experiment: "The experiment myth is the most pervasive of them all, and it involves the nearby Beltsville Agricultural Research Center. Dr. Stephen Fletcher supposedly confessed to crossing the DNA of a goat and that of his assistant William Lottsford, which naturally went terribly wrong."
(Though I'm not sure how an experiment like that could possibly go right.)
"The newly created Goatman then escaped and began attacking cars with an axe and roaming the back roads of Beltsville. Of course, the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center has outright denied any of this is true." Early Sightings: "The first reported sighting of the Goatman was in 1957. Eyewitnesses reported seeing it in Forestville and Upper Marlboro in Prince George's County. It wasn't until the 1960s that the first violent encounter would take place. The story goes that a young couple went to Fletchertown Road and were being bothered by something in the woods."
"The young man got out of the car to investigate, but he never came back. When an investigation occurred the next day, his severed head was found hanging in a tree above where the car had been parked. His body was never found. Another unbelievably violent encounter supposedly took place in 1962. The Goatman was accused of killing 14 people, 12 of whom were children, with the other two being adult chaperones." "The group was evidently hiking too close to the Goatman's home. Unidentified survivors claimed that the Goatman hacked the victims to pieces with an axe, making noises "only the devil himself" would make. When police arrived, they found half-eaten limbs and a bloody trail leading to a cave. As might be expected, there is no record of this event actually occurring."
Ginger the Dog: "The most famous incident involving the Maryland Goatman occurred in 1971. It was at this point that the article "Residents Fear Goatman Lives: Dog Found Decapitated in Old Bowie" written by Karen Hosler appeared in Prince George's County News. In this article, Hosler described how a family by the name of Edwards had lost their dog, Ginger. Ginger was found by Ray Hayden, John Hayden, and Willie Gheen a few days after going missing. She was found headless near Fletchertown Road."
"Hosler's article connected the death of Ginger to the Maryland Goatman because a group of teenage girls, which included 16-year-old April Edwards, had heard strange noises and seen a large creature the night the dog had disappeared."
Peak Interest: "Stories of the Goatman had been around in the '50s and '60s, but the incident with Ginger in the '70s caused heightened interest in the creature. During this time, searching for the Goatman was a local teen obsession, and "Goatman parties" were even held. It was also during this time that there were increased sightings of an "animal-like creature that walks on its hind legs" along Fletchertown Road."
"Mark Opsasnick, who grew up during this period, wrote an article for Strange Magazine titled "On the Trail of the Goatman." For this article, he interviewed the Edwards family and the three men who found Ginger. John Hayden told Opsasnick that they'd seen an animal that night, and he described it as about six feet tall, hairy, and walking on two feet. He also mentioned that it made a "high-pitched sound, like a squeal."
Modern Myth: "Just because the Maryland Goatman legend peaked in popularity in the '70s doesn't mean it ever disappeared from the community consciousness. A middle school called St. Mark the Evangelist has had an unknown house behind it for 30 years. Rumors have spread all that time that the Goatman has been seen in and around the house. Some people have even claimed to have found bones, knives, saws, and leftover food inside the house."
"The Governor Bridge, otherwise known as the "Cry Baby" Bridge, is also known as a place for the Goatman. If one parks under the bridge at night, they'll supposedly hear a crying baby or a goat braying, or they'll even see the Goatman himself. As far as taking the Goatman legend into the modern day, two movies have been made starring the creature, 2011's Deadly Detour: The Goat Man Murders and 2013's Legend of the Goatman."
"And as far as more recent claimed sightings, the station WBAL-TV received two separate emails about an animal at Montpelier Park in Laurel, Maryland. One woman described it as looking like a "Sasquatch with horns." Another man said he thought he saw a bear, "except it doesn't look like a bear." "The article described the photo as looking like a goat standing on two legs."
Why a Goat? "Dr. Barry Pearson, a professor of folklore in the English department at the University of Maryland and in charge of the University of Maryland Folklore Archives says, "If I mention the Goatman on the first day of class, all the locals know exactly what I'm talking about." An article from Modern Farmer titled "Maryland's Goatman is Half Man, Half Goat, and Out for Blood" quotes Pearson as having an explanation for why a goat is at the center of this scary legend." "Pearson says of the history of goats in myths, "The Satyr in Greco-Roman times was the kind of keeper of the woodlands, drunk all the time and known mainly for being lustful." He goes on to describe a cult that worshipped Dionysus that was led by a man dressed as a goat."
"The cult was rumored to get drunk and eat animals raw, though this probably never happened. Goats were also thought of as "being exceptionally lascivious" in medieval times. Pearson also gives his own view on why the legend speaks of a Goatman and not something traditionally more frightening. He says, "Goats are known to be smelly and sometimes kinda charming, but if you look at them closely, especially in their eyes, they are really scary in their own way."
Then based from the Website "cultofweird.com" states this on the "Goatmen" sightings: GOATMAN LEGENDS & SIGHTINGS: "WHAT IS GOATMAN? Cult of Weird headquarters is positioned conveniently between two of Wisconsin’s most significant Goatman legends. It is something of a local rite of passage to tempt fate on one of these eerie back roads where the mysterious beast is said to dwell…and brutally slaughter anyone who wanders too far into the woods. But it wasn’t until my friend and Cult contributor J. Nathan Couch began to uncover the details while researching his book Goatman: Flesh or Folklore? that I realized how truly strange and widespread the legends were. Goatman, it turns out, does not only lurk in our neck of the woods."
"There are stories of similar creatures all across the US, from the Goatman Bridge and Lake Worth Monster in Texas to the goatman in Maryland. In Louisville, the search for the Pope Lick Monster has killed at least four people. So what exactly is this thing that terrorizes people around the country?"
"Couch describes it as an obscure but blood-thirsty bit of folklore – a satyr-like half-human, half-goat creature that generally seems to mirror more familiar legends of a hook-handed killer brutalizing hapless teenagers on Lover’s Lane. He usually has hooves and goat legs, a human torso, and a bad temper. According to one eyewitness Couch spoke to who had an encounter here in Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine State Forest area, Goatman apparently also has the mouth of a sailor."
Perhaps, there is connection of the goat men, or men with horns, to the Jersey Devil legend. There is a Documentary with William Shattner hosting a Supernatural series based on Cryptid monsters, and and one sighting was from a woman and her son and how they saw the creature come at them. After the strange event, they were able to take photos of it's hoof prints on their roof and surrounding areas of their house.
Then there is another interesting segment based from the sighting of an father and son, who actually saw the creature and even took photos. Based from the Wiki states this: "In the Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia folklore of the United States, the Jersey Devil (also known as the Leeds Devil) is a legendary creature said to inhabit the Pine Barrens of South Jersey. The creature is often described as a flying biped with hooves, but there are many variations. The common description is that of a bipedal kangaroo-like or wyvern-like creature with a horse- or goat-like head, leathery bat-like wings, horns, small arms with clawed hands, legs with cloven hooves, and a forked tail. It has been reported to move quickly and is often described as emitting a high-pitched "blood-curdling scream".
Based from "mysteriousuniverse.org" states this: Profiling the Jersey Devil Nick Redfern June 22. "The story of the so-called Jersey Devil is almost as legendary as the tales that surround such famous monsters as Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and the Chupacabra. It’s a very strange saga that dates back to 1735 and to the heart of New Jersey’s Pine Barrens, which run to no less than 2,000 square miles and that are dominated by masses of conifer trees. Monster-hunter Ken Gerhard says: “Like most remote and uninhabited ranges, the Barrens are also steeped in mystery, with many colorful stories about its history and lore.” The tale begins with a certain Mother Leeds. She was a sinister figure who lived in the Pine Barrens and who, when pregnant for the thirteenth time, essentially placed a curse on the unborn child, something which ensured that it took on a hideous form. It was highly appropriate that on the night Mother Leeds went into labor, a wild storm bruised and battered the area, shaking the trees and filling the skies with crashing thunder and huge lightning bolts. The storm proceeded to get worse and worse, and reached its peak as the demon baby was born. Although “baby” is hardly an apt term to use."
"The hideous child was described as having leathery wings, a horse-like head, and hooves instead of feet. The Jersey Devil wasted no time in making good its escape: it opened its wings, took to the air, and shot out of the chimney of Mother Leeds’ home, and quickly making a new home for itself in the dense and mysterious Pine Barrens. 2015" "While the story sounds like the stuff of legend and nothing else, there can be no denying the fact that people local to the area have reported astonishing encounters with something malevolent and hideous that they believe was the Jersey Devil. For example, on December 14, 1925, the Bridgeton Evening News ran an article titled “Dog-Like Beast Ate Seven Chickens Before Shot Killed It—Hundreds Fail to Identify Species.”
The article read as follows: “What resembled a ‘Jersey Devil’ as much as anything else was shot and killed near Bacon’s Neck last week and was viewed and even photographed by hundreds over the weekend."
"No one could name the animal with certainty. “William Hyman, who manages the old Glaspell farm for Barton F. Sharp, was awakened before daybreak by a racket in his chicken coop. He dressed and went out carrying his gun. An animal ran from the coop with a chicken in its mouth. Hyman fired and fur flew but the animal went on. “As long as he was up at 4 a.m., Hyman decided to start work. Soon the chickens called again and he ran to the coop in time to see the same animal leaving with another fowl. He fired again in the semi-darkness but failed to kill. This time he followed the animal into the meadows. “A half mile from the house he caught up with it again and the animal turned and attacked him. He blazed away and it fell."
"He went to it and it was dead. “About the size of an Airedale dog it has black crinkly hair. On its hind feet it had four webbed toes. It didn’t run like a dog but hopped more like a kangaroo. Its front quarters are higher than its hind, which crouched as it ran, Hyman declared. Its rear teeth are prong like, the upper ones fitting into the center of four prong lower ones. Its eyes are still a bright yellow and its jaw is unlike a dog, wolf or coyote."
“There you have the description as given by visitors on the farm yesterday who add that despite the weather, the dead animal is still limber instead of being stiff. It took and apparently ate seven chickens the night it was seen and eventually killed. “Guesses include one which suggests that it might be a dog, long starved and half wild. Others suggest that it is a cross between a dog and a wolf, but most of those who have seen it haven’t any guess to offer."
"Any one certain of the way a Jersey Devil looks is requested to view the beast and report.” Twelve years later, on July 28, 1937, the Jersey Evening Bulletin entertained its readers with a feature headlined “The Devil Went Down to Jersey.” The unnamed journalist wrote: “DOWNINGTOWN, JULY 28. – Chester county’s green and verdant countryside was trying to shake itself back into a state of normalcy today after an all-night hunt for the 1937 version of the old Jersey Devil. Armed with guns and clubs, and led by a pack of dogs whose barking in the moonlight almost reached blood-curdling heights at times, a hastily-formed posse of two dozen farmers skipped their sleep last night to scour the hills and fields for a bounding critter with huge eyes."
“The strange monster was reported shortly after 9PM by Cydney Ladley, a paper mill employee, who lives near Milford Mills, just north of here. Rushing into town with bated breath, Ladley, his wife and Mrs. Chester Smith, a neighbor, told of seeing the creature on a back road near their home just as dusk was settling over the hills. “‘It leaped across the road in front of my car,’ Ladley said. ‘It was about the size of a kangaroo, was covered with hair four inches long and it hopped like a kangaroo. And eyes! What eyes!’ “‘And how it jumped,’ chimed in Mrs. Ladley. “‘Right in front of us, too,’ added Mrs. Smith. “The descriptions were enough. Within a half hour more than 20 neighboring farmers had taken their shotguns, unleashed their hounds and were abroad in the moonlight, resolved to track the prowler to its lair.”
"Today, sightings of the Jersey Devil are far less prevalent and chilling than they were in decades past. That does not mean, however, that you should let your guard down if, one day, you find yourself deep in the heart of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. The deadly beast just might be circling silently overhead, getting ready to launch a deadly attack."
Now, speaking of Cryptids, you remember the flying witch that was encountered by the Mexican Police Offier? I have heard that the Witches would use "flying orbs" or "fire balls", as a form of transportation. Anyway, when Azazil was taked to destroy the Giants and monsters in the land, Blavatsky state that he had to use a Shield to combat the "witchcraft" that these beings would use. This also can connect to why "Skinwalker" phenomenon, as these beings would use black magic and sorcery against people. Again, this is something that the God of fire had to contend against on Earth.
Here is a website called "historydisclosure.com" : Mexico 2004: Policeman Attacked By Witch-like Entity: "On January 16th 2004 in the municipality of Guadalupe, part the metropolitan area of Monterey, Mexico, Leonardo Samaniego a policeman, experienced an attack by a witch-like entity while on duty. Attacked by the “Witch” It is night time and Leonardo is driving his patrol car." "As he turn into a street, about 20 meters ahead of him he sees something large and dark fall of a tree. Just before hitting the ground the thing stops and floats above the ground. It then starts to hover towards the police car. The thing can now be seen as it is lit by the car´s headlights."
"Leonardo can clearly see that it is a witch-like humanoid entity. The entity has large black eyes, a black tunic and a cape and has an overall feminine aspect. The entity is blinded by the headlights and covers its face with its claws/hands but continues to hover towards the car. Next the entity hits the car with great force. Leonardo is terrified and is asking for help via the radio and at the same time moving the car back and forth to make the entity lose its grasp of the car."
"The entity is still on top of the car attempting to smash the windscreen with its claws/hands. In a state of panic, Leonardo crashes the car and loses consciousness. A few minutes later the help he had requested via radio arrive. Once he regains consciousness he shares his experience with the paramedics and other policemen. The TV gets to the site a little bit later and get to interview the “victim”.
"Next Leonardo is taken to hospital. The doctors confirm that he is not under the effects of any drug, psychedelic or halucinogenic substance. Entity is Similar to the Flatwoods Monster During a television interview some time later investigator Jaime Maussan shares the drawing of an entity from a case that took place in the USA in 1952, the famous Flatwoods Monster case. Leonardo was shown a number of drawings including the one below."
"His reaction:”almost identical to what I saw”. “Witch” captured on Video Two Years Later In May 2006 a group of investigators (OVNI club Nuevo Leon) in the are of Monterey capture a video of what appears like an unknown entity with a similar shape as the witch seen by Leonardo Samaniego two years back. Are these two cases related?"
Then from the website "thedemoniacal.blogspot" states this: "Police Officer Attacked By Flying Witch At approximately 3:15 AM on January 16, 2004, Mexican Police Officer Leonardo Samaniego was on normal patrol when he claims he was attacked by a flying witch. Samaniego was driving along when he noticed something fall from a nearby tree. The something hovered above the ground and turned to look at the officer while attempting to hide her face from the car's headlights."
"Samaniego describes seeing a tall, brown-skinned woman with large black-eyes with no pupils. The figure was wearing a black cloak or robe. When the witch noticed the officer, she flew at the windshield, grabbing and clawing as if trying to come through the glass. Samaniego panicked and put the car into reverse while attempting to call for backup."
"Unfortunately, help didn't arrive as soon as he had hoped. Terrified with fear, Samaniego crashed into a wall and passed out. When he revived, Paramedics and other officers were already on the scene. He was not afraid to tell his story and was interrogated by officers. A news crew on the scene was able to score an interview. Samaniego agreed to take a drug test and a psychological evaluation and passed both."
"Shortly after hearing of the reported encounter, another Police Officer, one Jorge Contreras, claimed that he and two other officers had seen the witch three nights previously but had decided at the time not to report the sighting. A couple of citizens also reported sighting the witch. One individual videotaped a strange Flying Humanoid. In fact, it seems as if Samaniego's encounter was merely the first of a rash of sightings of strange flying beings in Mexico, with many of them captured on film."
Interesting enough, in the movie "Communion", shows the Alien using a "Wand" on Christopher Walken's character (Whitley Strieber).
Then there would be Legends and sightings based on "Bigfoot". Some cases are said that these Bigfoot creatures may have a connection to the UFO phenomenon. Based from the website "mysteriousuniverse.org" states this: Bizarre and Frightening Accounts of Bigfoot Attacks Brent Swancer January 24, 2018:
"One of the most well-known and widely discussed cryptids of all time are the mysterious hairy, ape-like giants of North America, which are variously called the Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Skunk Ape, Grassman, and other regional names. Seen all over the continent, they may differ in appearance or behavior, but one thing that is usually consistent is that for all of their size and strength they seem to be mostly peaceful and benevolent denizens of the forest, much more likely to run away or hide than to confront."
"Yet there have been many accounts from at least the 19th century all the way up to the present of a different side to these creatures, that of a fierce, ferocious beast fully willing and able to attack or even kill if it has to. Although not as common as reports of more benign or gentle Bigfoot, the accounts or violent or aggressive Bigfoot attacks are rather scary and shocking, and show that there is perhaps more to these enigmatic creatures than meets the eye."
"Perhaps the most widely known and publicized case of an attack on humans from an alleged Bigfoot occurred in the summer of 1924, when five prospectors by the names of Marion Smith, his son Roy Smith, Fred Beck, Gabe Lefever, and John Peterson were out in the wilds of Mt. St. Helens, in Skamania County, Washington. The group was out in the remote wilderness working on a claim in an area of a branch of the Lewis River, about eight miles from Spirit Lake, when they came across their first of many oddities to come."
"There embedded into the earth was a series of footprints reported as looking very human-like but much more massive, at around 14 inches in length, and with unusually stubby toes. Not long after this, the men began to see some strange creature through the trees during their trek, with a hulking, 7-foot-tall gorilla-like figure seen on at least four occasions, which was described as being covered in long, black hair and sporting two 4-inch long ears that stuck straight up, which is an odd detail to say the least."
"At one point one of the spooked prospectors, Marion Smith, fired at it to send it lumbering off, but far from cowering it this seemed to only make the creature even bolder. On the morning of July 10, Beck purportedly sighted the creature standing some distance away near the edge of a canyon and decided to try and take a shot at it. He apparently managed to score a direct hit, and the bizarre figure apparently staggered and fell right over the ledge of the canyon, plummeting 400 feet down presumably to its death. It was perhaps this incident that would be the catalyst for what came next."
"Later that evening the men were relaxing at their camp in the cabin they had built when they were startled by a sudden, urgent pounding on the roof that seemed to shake the whole structure. The prospectors were immediately on the alert, and grabbed their rifles, still wondering just what was going on."
"In addition to this pounding and thudding, the cabin began to be pelted by large rocks, some of which broke off pieces of the building or came careening straight through the windows and roof, and at least one of which struck Beck to purportedly knock him unconscious. According to news stories at the time, there were dozens of the creatures prowling about outside of the cabin, and Beck would later claim that the men had fired wildly out into the night in all directions and even up through the roof in a panicked, desperate attempt to drive the menacing creatures off."
"According to him the fight lasted all night as they cowered in their cabin shooting at the monstrous hairy intruders that were assaulting them from out in the night, which they called “Mountain Devils,” and it was not until the coming of morning that they were finally able to escape, leaving their cabin, equipment, and potentially very valuable claim behind."
"As soon as the story was out, the area came to be widely known as Ape Canyon, and Natives of the area suggested that the men had come across a tribe of 7 to 8 foot-tall hairy wild men with supernatural powers, who they called the Seeahtik. According to these tribal sources, members of this lost tribe were typically shy and hardly ever seen, but would exact great vengeance on anyone who killed one of their own."
"Not only is this one of the earliest reports of Bigfoot violence, but it is the report that really got people interested in the phenomenon of massive hairy ape-men in North America, and the report really got people’s imaginations going at the time. The story of the Ape Canyon Bigfoot attack has become a major part of Bigfoot lore ever since, but as dramatic and exciting as it is there are some inconsistencies to be found in later reports and retellings. For instance, in the original report of the attack it was stated that the creature that had been shot off the cliff had been killed the day before the attack, yet Beck would in later years insist that it had been killed the morning after the attack."
"The size of the footprints they had found also went up from an already impressive 14 inches all the way up to a staggering 19 inches in length, and Beck would claim that the original creature that had been shot at had been hit in the head three times by Smith, yet had been totally unfazed. The attack itself later also underwent an evolution from a brief shoot-out to a prolonged all night siege and attack, with the creatures trying to smash their way it and even reaching in through holes in the walls to try and grab the terrified men within."
"In short, the story has gotten more and more exciting and action-packed over the years, and while this may just be down to Beck’s ailing memory in later years, it still smacks of trying to sensationalize and spice up the story, and makes any truth that much harder to glean from it." "Interestingly, one of the people who interviewed Beck about his experiences in later years was none other than Roger Patterson, the man who managed to film the most famous pieces of Bigfoot footage of all time in October of 1967, and who published the interview in a 1966 book called Do Abominable Snowmen of America Really Exist?"
"Indeed, it is said that the whole over-the-top account given by Beck was one of the reasons Patterson and his partner Bob Gimlin had developed so much interest in the creatures to begin with and why they had ended up out there at Bluff Creek looking for Bigfoot. The Ape Canyon story will likely remain cloaked in mystery, and we will probably never know just how much of what was reported actually happened and how much is fiction."
"There is unfortunately not much evidence to go on other than Beck’s account, and even the location of the attack, the cabin, was supposedly destroyed in a fire in 1968 according to Beck, and by other accounts wiped out in the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. The exact location of the mysterious cabin continues to be searched for to this day, with some even claiming to have found it."
"The body of the creature that Beck allegedly shot to send sprawling to its doom on the rocks below was also never recovered, if it ever even existed at all. Due to this lack of evidence and any way to corroborate the events depicted, it seems that we are left to merely speculate and discuss the far-out tale of Ape Canyon."
"In a bizarre twist that may or may not have anything to do with Beck’s story, in May of 1950 a mountaineer and skier by the name of Jim Carter suddenly and mysteriously disappeared in Ape Canyon while out on a climbing expedition with 20 other people on a warm, clear day. A subsequent search would turn up footprints that seemed to suggest that the missing man had been frantically running, as if being chased, even careening down steep embankments and hurdling recklessly across crevices."
"One searcher, mountaineer and member of the Seattle Mountain Search and Rescue unit, Bob Lee, has said that there was the constant sense of being watched from the woods during the search. He would say of the expedition: It was the most eerie experience I have ever had. There was something strange on the high slopes of the mountain. I could feel the hair on my neck standing up. It was eerie. I was unarmed, except for my ice ax and, believe me, I never let go of that. Carter’s complete disappearance is an unsolved mystery to this day. Dr. Otto Trott, Lee Stark and I finally came to the conclusion that the mountain devils got him."
"After a two week search by nearly a hundred rescuers, no signs of Carter other than that strange evidence of his mad dash down the mountain were ever found. Lee would go on to say that he was dead serious when he said that “The mountain devils got him,” and claimed that there had been 25 reports of being harassed or attacked by ape-like creatures at Mt. St. Helens over a period of 20 years, including a pack of visiting Boy Scouts from Centralia along with a Scoutmaster Pease, who were unharmed but supposedly scared out of their wits after being charged by one of the furious beasts."
"It seems that whatever they are, the “ape-men” of Ape Canyon do not appreciate human trespassers. The original Beck account from Ape Canyon may be one of the older stories of aggressive Bigfoot, but there are actually even older accounts as well."
"In February of 1829 there were reports in several newspapers such as the February 9 edition of The Statesman and the Connecticut Sentinel, of an apparent attack by a “hairy giant” in the Okefenokee Swamp of the U.S. state of Georgia. Two men had apparently ventured out into the swamp to explore, bringing along with them a young boy. At some part they found strange prints measuring 18 inches long and 9 inches wide out in the deeper part of the swamp, and they made their way back home after being spooked by the enormous footprints."
"Some local hunters then became interested in the tale, and one of the men who had seen the footprints accompanied them out to the site where he had found them. They did indeed find some vestiges of the tracks, and apparently followed them deeper into the wilderness for several days. One evening as the group was in camp they reportedly had a harrowing experience indeed, when some fierce creature charged them from the brush." "Five men and the creature itself would end up dead in the ensuing battle, and The Statesman news report says of this thus: The next minute he was full in their view, advancing upon them with a terrible look and ferocious mien. Our little band instinctively gathered close in a body and presented their rifles."
"The huge being, nothing daunted, bounded upon his victims, and in the same instant received the contents of seven rifles. He did not fall alone, nor until he had glutted his wrath with the death of five of them, which he effected by wringing the head from the body. – Writhing and exhausted, at length he fell, with his hapless prey beneath his grasp. When the dead beast’s carcass was examined it was found to measure 13 feet tall and was covered with coarse hair, and the frightened men decided to retreat, as they were afraid it’s death would attract any others in the area."
"So hasty was their escape that both the mysterious monster and their fallen partners were left where they lay. Whether this incident really happened or not, the Okefenokee Swamp has long produced stories of such creatures from the Native tribes and sightings reports of Bigfoot-like beasts all the way up to the present day."
"Another early report was uncovered by cryptozoologist Loren Coleman. The report comes from an article called “Terror in the Woods,” which appeared in the November 27, 1895 edition of the SanFrancisco newspaper The Call, and is a rather dramatic, violent account of several lumbermen who either went missing or were killed in a shockingly brutal manner by some wild beast in Northern California."
"The story goes that in November of 1895 a lumberman came out of the wilderness telling stories of missing men and a hairy wild man running amok. The article reads: A lumberman who returned to-day from the forest in the north of the State brings the most harrowing intelligence of the doings of a wild man in the lumber region of the west branch. He states that great consternation has been caused and a large number of lumbermen have left the camps and returned to their cities rather than face the monster."
"For over two months quite a number of men have disappeared from the camps and when found bore the semblance of having had an encounter with some wild animal, their bodies in every instance having been terribly mangled and torn. A lumberman who returned to a camp a little north of this city a week ago startled all by stating that while at work he had been attacked by this wild man, and it was only by the help of his ax that he had been able to defend himself from the murderous attacks."
"Since that time he has been seen by the crews several times, but on their approach he fled into the deep woods with the speed of a deer. He is described as being so nearly like an animal that it is almost impossible to detect him from one. He has a long, shaggy beard, and is covered with a huge, skin coat."
"The general belief is that he is a sportsman who has become lost in the deep forests, and after wandering around for weeks has gone hopelessly crazy, and already there have been over half a dozen instances of a similar character in the State. What is going on here? Another early report was published in 1892 in a book written by none other than former president and rugged outdoorsman Theodore Roosevelt himself, called The Wilderness Hunter."
"In one entry in the book, Roosevelt describes the frightening encounter of a frontiersman called only Bauman, who was allegedly out with a partner at an isolated area of Montana’s Wisdom River to do some trapping. The men made a makeshift camp and went out to trap, and when they returned found that not only had their packs been ripped open and rummaged through while they were away, but that their lean-to had also been destroyed."
"The men perhaps foolishly decided to stay, and merely rebuilt the lean-to and tidied up the camp, and that night Bauman supposedly was awoken by something crashing through the brush and an oppressive, foul stink. Bauman grabbed his rifle and shot out into the night, after which the creature reportedly scampered off. The following morning, the men made preparations to leave, deciding that they had had enough of the strange goings on."
"Bauman allegedly gathered up their traps while his partner went on ahead to set up a new camp farther down the river, but when Bauman arrived he was met with the grisly sight of his friend dead, his neck twisted all the way around and horrific bite marks on his throat. Although this could have just as easily have been a bear attack as a Sasquatch attack, and was probably just meant to be a good yarn, it is a curious account nevertheless."
"A very bizarre and much more recent report of an alleged attack happened in 1965 in Monroe County, Michigan, when a 17-year-old Christina Van Acker was driving home one evening with her mother. As they drove there was reported a loud thud that reverberated through the car and shook the vehicle. Thinking they had hit an animal or a person they stopped the car to take a look. According to the report, as soon as Christina rolled the window down a massive arm covered in black hair had then reached in through the window, grabbed her head, and then smashed it against the car door so hard that she was rendered unconscious."
"It is unclear just how much it had been prepared to push this attack, as Christina’s mother’s screams seemed to have startled it and sent it running off into the woods. The mother would claim that it was a hair-covered, ape-like beast around 7 feet tall, which had “growled like a mad dog.”
So lately I have been binge watching some interesting Documentaries on the "Mothman" sightings, and how witnesses had seen this particular creature 50 to 60 years prior to the Silver Bridge incident. Though I had to scower for the best and informative ones, I had seen one particular video called "The Mothman of Point Pleasant" (Watchdoku on Youtube) detailing some interesting connections on this Entities appearances, and the UFO lights appearing simultaneously.
Then on top of that, there would be other significant sightings like the story of an Entity called "Indrid Cold" to whichmany dubbed "The grinning man". And then another witness encountering some entity looking like a giant humanoid living plant was demanding his blood.... So, it seems that there are some interesting stories that was put into this Documentary, and as such had really scared some of the eye witnesses. I remember one story based on a Christian man's encounter with the Mothman, and how he stated that he was frightened, but as a Christian he states that he sensed evil and had called on the blood of Jesus.
Even though the creature had left (eventually), he states that this image of the encounter still haunts him, however, based from these encounters shows that even though it was a frightening experience, the being would not harm the person or persons. Though many would state that due to the numerous sightings of this being, some would blame the destruction of the bridge to it, while others state that there was a defective part that came loose. It seems that whatever the case maybe, these sightings would come into play as some would state the Mothman being spotted in the Chernobyl before the incident had occurred.
Based from the "Mysteriousuniverse" states this: The Mothman Prophecies Movie and the Chernobyl Disaster of April 1986: What’s the Truth? Nick Redfern April 6, 2021: "Now and again, I get asked if Mothman was really seen – on multiple occasions – at the site of the Chernobyl disaster in April 1986. And, as a follow-up to my recent article on Mothman, Gray Barker and John Keel, it’s happened again: two people have asked me about the Mothman-Chernobyl story. The fact is that, no, Mothman was not specifically seen at Chernobyl. However, there are good reasons why people might think the winged menace was there."
"Before we get to the matter of the subject, however, here’s a bit of background information of what went down at Chernobyl. The United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission said of the terrible incident: “On April 26, 1986, a sudden surge of power during a reactor systems test destroyed Unit 4 of the nuclear power station at Chernobyl, Ukraine, in the former Soviet Union. The accident and the fire that followed released massive amounts of radioactive material into the environment. Emergency crews responding to the accident used helicopters to pour sand and boron on the reactor debris. The sand was to stop the fire and additional releases of radioactive material; the boron was to prevent additional nuclear reactions. A few weeks after the accident, the crews completely covered the damaged unit in a temporary concrete structure, called the ‘sarcophagus,’ to limit further release of radioactive material.”
"The Commission said: “The Soviet government also cut down and buried about a square mile of pine forest near the plant to reduce radioactive contamination at and near the site. Chernobyl’s three other reactors were subsequently restarted but all eventually shut down for good, with the last reactor closing in 1999. The Soviet nuclear power authorities presented their initial accident report to an International Atomic Energy Agency meeting in Vienna, Austria, in August 1986."
"After the accident, officials closed off the Chernobyl area within 30 kilometers (18 miles) of the plant, except for persons with official business at the plant and those people evaluating and dealing with the consequences of the accident and operating the undamaged reactors. The Soviet (and later on, Russian) government evacuated about 115,000 people from the most heavily contaminated areas in 1986, and another 220,000 people in subsequent years.” With that all said, it’s now time to take a look at the controversial Chernobyl connection. Or, non-connection."
The Portalist says: “In the decades following the disaster, rumors have flown on cryptozoology-inclined corners of the internet that Chernobyl workers and residents of Pripyat saw something very eerie in the days prior to the explosion.” "The Portalist continues: “Reportedly, a bizarre winged creature was seen flying over the town on numerous occasions. A few workers at Chernobyl also allegedly saw the same creature hovering over the plant. Even stranger, those who claimed to have seen the creature were reportedly plagued by nightmares and harassed by incessant, threatening phone calls thereafter. Many claimed the creature resembled a man-like bird with red eyes, and some came to refer to it as ‘the Black Bird of Chernobyl.'”
"Now, onto Loren Coleman, who says of all this: “John Keel and I openly discussed with the media, and did our best to straighten out the record regarding the mythos that became the Chernobyl ‘Mothman’ accounts. The Chernobyl story, the Galveston Hurricane-Mothman tie-in, and other examples given in the 2002 movie were pure fiction.” Loren continued that “right after the movie was released, various websites posted the Chernobyl/Mothman sightings as factual. But there is not one thread of evidence that any winged weirdies were witnessed before the Chernobyl accident. It is a bit of movie fiction that has, unfortunately, moved into pseudo-factoid cryptozoology.” That’s not quite the end of the situation, however. We now have to go back thirty years."
"In 1991, IllumiNet Press published a then-new edition of John Keel’s 1975 book, The Mothman Prophecies. At the end of the book there is a 7-page-long new Afterword from Keel dated July 10, 1991. Towards the end of the Afterword Keel says something interesting: “History does repeat itself and in the 1980s the Soviet Union was suddenly engulfed with UFOs and monsters in a classic repetition of what happened in the USA in the 1950s and 60s."
"As in the Great American Wave of those decades, it all seemed to have very important meanings and the innumerable events were subject to all kinds of interpretations ranging from the occult and religious to the scientific and the cosmic. Bright lights were haunting Soviet atomic plants and hundreds of remote little Russian towns were plunged into the same kind of Twilight Zone horror that once gripped Point Pleasant.”
"By referencing, in 1991, (A) the Soviet Union being “engulfed with UFOs and monsters;” (B) “Soviet atomic plants;” and (C) “little Russian towns” being “plunged into the same kind” of horror that descended on Point Pleasant, it may well be that it was Keel himself who inadvertently helped to provoke the Chernobyl legends [italics all mine]."
"Certainly, it’s easy to see how and why Keel’s references to Soviet atomic facilities and to monsters in Russia – and all in the same breath, no less – could have provoked rumors of a Chernobyl connection in later years."
But let's see the website "mythology.net" on the "Mothman" and see more details from there. "It was the year 1966 when a strange creature surfaced in the small town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. This creature was described as being at least 7 feet tall, with a humanoid body and a wingspan at least 10 feet in length. Its distinguishing feature? Two red glowing eyes that terrified anyone who saw them. For the next year, this strange moth-like creature continued to terrorize the residents of Point Pleasant. Thus, the legend of the Mothman was born." Who is Mothman? "Mothman is a large creature thought to inhabit the TNT area located just outside of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. This winged creature first appeared on November 12, 1966 in front of five men who were digging a grave in Clendenin, West Virginia (approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes away from Point Pleasant)."
"Just three days later, on November 15, two couples going for a night-time drive through the TNT area spotted the creature again. Terrified, they sped off at over 100 miles per hour, but the strange being had no trouble keeping up with them. The couples were chased back into town, where they reported their sighting to Deputy Sheriff Millard Halstead. The next day, Deputy Halstead and the couples held a press conference at the city courthouse to share the story. It was then that the creature was named ‘Mothman’ because of its strange appearance."
"Later that night, another famous sighting occurred when Marcella Bennett drove to a friend’s house, which happened to be located inside the TNT area. When she got out of the car with her baby, she was startled as a large creature started to come out of the shadows near her car. Her fright caused her to drop her young child, though she quickly recovered from her shock. She picked up the baby, ran inside, and quickly locked the doors. Mothman climbed onto the porch and peered through the windows at the family, but disappeared before the police arrived. Over the next few months, Mothman terrorized the town. Nearly 100 people came forward with eyewitness reports between November 1966 and December 1967. During this time, the town of Point Pleasant also experienced paranormal and possibly extraterrestrial activity that was thought to be somehow linked to Mothman."
Physical Description: "Those who saw Mothman claim that he was a large, grey, humanoid type creature with massive wings. He is thought to stand between 5 and 7 feet tall with a 10-foot wing span. Mothman’s head is described as being oddly shaped, and sitting close to the creature’s body. Some people even describe him as being headless, with only two eyes protruding above his torso. Additionally, his bright-red glowing eyes are said to be extremely large."
"Mothman is also capable of incredible flying capabilities. The couple who saw him the night of November 15, 1966 outside of the TNT area said he was able to keep up with their car at 100 miles per hour without flapping his wings. He is also capable of weaving quickly in between dense forest areas and rising straight into the sky like a helicopter. These flight patterns are beyond our current capabilities with solo-flight devices like jetpacks, causing many people to disregard the possibility of a prank. Though many people are divided on the nature of the Mothman, it has been noted that the creature has never harmed a human being during its encounters. This has caused many believers to think that the Mothman means no harm, but instead tries to warn people of impending danger with its presence."
"This was later evidenced further with the collapse of the Silver Bridge, as many witnesses claimed to see the Mothman on the bridge just before it fell. Others make arguments for the creature’s evil nature, and cite the disappearance of Newell Partridge’s dog and the ancient legend of Chief Cornstalk as evidence. It is their belief that the Mothman is a creature of danger and chaos who seeks to put humans in dangerous situations."
Origin Theories: Alien Creature: "Many people claim to have witnessed UFO sightings and paranormal experiences during Mothman’s time in Point Pleasant, leading many to believe that Mothman could be an extraterrestrial creature. The arrival of the mysterious Indrid Cold (also known as ‘The Grinning Man’) seems to give this theory foundation. On November 2, 1966 (10 days before the first Mothman sighting), Woodrow Derenberger was driving back to his home in Mineral Wells, West Virginia when he was cut off by what he thought was a car. The vehicle forced him to slow down and then pull over on the side of the road."
"When he got closer, he realized that the contraption was not a car, but a strange craft that resembled a ‘kerosene lamp chimney.’ A figure then exited the craft and walked to his car. The figure looked very human in appearance and was wearing a coat that was a metallic blue color. He spoke to Woodrow and told him that he meant him no harm. Strangely, the man did not move his lips and his mouth remained fixed in its smile—which later led people to call him ‘The Grinning Man.’ Woodrow realized that the man was speaking to him telepathically. The man introduced himself as Indrid Cold and told Woodrow that he was from a different galaxy. They conversed for nearly 10 minutes before the strange man returned to his craft."
"Before he left, he told Woodrow to report his experience to the authorities. Woodrow’s story was published and corroborated by several witnesses who saw him pulled over on the road and talk to a strange man. Several of the witnesses were even able to describe the odd craft. Others who saw the Mothman were questioned by strange ‘Men in Black’ with pale, translucent skin. They were asked if they had witnessed the Mothman and (if so) what they had specifically seen. Many people reported that they talked in a strange, almost robotic tone that made them nervous. Anyone who was questioned and who had, in fact, seen something related to the Mothman was told to remain quiet on the subject."
"Several of the witnesses received anonymous threatening phone calls that warned them not to speak about the Mothman. Extraterrestrial enthusiasts claim that the descriptions of these strange men match those of an alien species. The sightings of these strange men combined with the Mothman leads many to believe that the Mothman may be an extraterrestrial creature that somehow found its way to Earth."
Mutated Monster: "Others who believe in the Mothman prefer a more scientific approach. Their theories about the Mothman’s origins are largely influenced by the home of the creature: the TNT area. The TNT area was constructed during World War II. It was situated near a large wildlife preservation area, ensuring that the area was remote and rarely frequented. The TNT area is comprised of many miles of igloo-type concrete domes. The military used these spaces to create and store weapons of mass destruction. After the war, the site was abandoned. Many toxic substances from the weapons that were stored leaked out into the surrounding forest area. There are some that believe that the Mothman was affected by these chemicals. They believe that somehow a creature’s DNA was fused with toxic chemicals and somehow mutated into a strange, humanoid creature. Those who believe this think Mothman is our own doing and believe we should deal with the consequences accordingly. Vengeful Curse Still others believe Mothman is the embodiment of a 200-year-old curse. This curse can be traced back to the death of Chief Cornstalk and several of his tribesman. Chief Keigh-tugh-gua (which is translated to cornstalk) wanted peace with the American colonists who were trying to occupy the land of seven different Native American nations. Unfortunately, there were many on both sides who opposed this idea."
"On November 7, 1777, Chief Cornstalk traveled to a fort in an area called Point Pleasant and tried to engage in peace talks with the colonists to prevent fighting. He insisted that peace was necessary because the British were trying to convince the other nations to join with them to oppose the colonists and that only he and his tribe stood in their way. However, he feared he could not hold them back much longer. Fearful, the colonists took him and his companions prisoner and detained them inside their fort. Chief Cornstalk was considered to be a skilled fighter and military genius and was greatly respected by both sides. By detaining him, the colonists hoped that they could prevent the Native Americans from attacking. Two days later (November 9, 1777) Chief Cornstalk’s son, Ellinipisco, visited the fort to see his father and was also detained."
"On November 10, 1777, gunfire was heard near the Kanawha River. When soldiers from the fort went to investigate, they found that two men who had left to hunt for deer had been ambushed by Native Americans. One was dead. Enraged, the soldiers burst into the quarters of Chief Cornstalk and his companions and brutally murdered them as revenge. As he laid dying on the ground, Chief Cornstalk is said to have uttered a curse on the land in which he died. He spoke the following words: “I was the border man’s friend. Many times I have saved him and his people from harm. I never warred with you, but only to protect our wigwams and lands. I refused to join your paleface enemies with the red coats. I came to the fort as your friend and you murdered me. You have murdered by my side, my young son…. For this, may the curse of the Great Spirit rest upon this land. May it be blighted by nature. May it even be blighted in its hopes. May the strength of its peoples be paralyzed by the stain of our blood.”
"Strange events occurred later in history, such as a lightning bolt that twice destroyed a monument erected in honor of the colonists who fought for the Ohio River Valley. When the Mothman appeared in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, many people were convinced that he was yet another punishment set upon the land from the angered spirit of Chief Cornstalk."
Sightings: The Collapse of the Xiaon Te Dam: "Surprisingly, the first sighting of the Mothman may be traced back 40 years before he appeared in Point Pleasant. The beginning of January 1926 opened with the appearance of a strange creature in Southeastern China. The locals described this creature as a ‘man dragon’ that could frequently be seen hovering over the Xiaon Te Dam. On January 19, 1926, the Xiaon Te Dam collapsed, releasing nearly 40 billion gallons of water into the surrounding farms in the valley. The death toll is estimated to be well over 15,000, though many of records of this disaster have since been destroyed."
November 12 to November 16, 1966: "On November 12, 1966, the Mothman was first sighted flying over a cemetery by five men who were digging a grave late at night. They described the creature they saw as man-like figure who could fly. Three days later, on the night of November 15, 1966, Newell Partridge’s dog started growling at a creature outside. Partridge heard an odd noise and went outside to investigate with a flashlight. He was startled to discover the Mothman. Partridge quickly tried to call his dog back into the house, but the dog (who was a trained hunting dog) darted off into the night. Partridge ran into the house to grab his rifle and go after his dog, but was too scared to go back outside. He never saw the dog again. The same night, two married couples were taking a late-night drive out of Point Pleasant to the TNT area."
"They saw a large dog carcass on the side of the road on their way out. Upon reaching the TNT area, they saw a large, winged humanoid with glowing red eyes. The creature chased them back into town and managed to keep up with them even though they were speeding at 100 miles per hour. As they drove back into town, they noticed that the dog’s carcass was gone. They went back to look for it later but it was never found. Many believe the dog’s carcass was Newell Partridge’s hunting dog."
"On the night of the 16th, Marcella Bennett was driving to a friend’s house at night. She got out of the car with her baby and was startled as she saw the Mothman rise up next to her car. She was so startled that she dropped her baby. She quickly recovered however, and rushed inside with her child and locked the doors. The Mothman reportedly walked up the steps of the porch and peered into the house with its glowing red eyes. By the time the police arrived to investigate, it had disappeared. Hundreds of other sightings would be reported during this time, though these are the most notable."
The Collapse of the Silver Bridge: "On December 15, 1967 the Silver Bridge collapsed during rush hour traffic. In the hours before the collapse (and even during the event) many witnesses claimed to have seen the Mothman atop the bridge. The collapse was devastating, and 46 people lost their lives as their cars were plunged into the river below. The Mothman was never seen in Point Pleasant again."
The Collapse of the Freiburg Mine: "On the morning of September 10, 1978, a group of miners was heading to work in Freiburg, Germany, when they were confronted by a strange man in a trench coat. When they got closer, they realized it wasn’t a man, but a strange creature with huge wings. It appeared to have no head, but had large glowing red eyes on what seemed to be its chest. They stood in the entrance of the mine staring at the creature until it let out a terrifying scream that made them turn and run away from the mine. An hour later, the mine collapsed.
Chernobyl: "Throughout the year of 1985, many scientists, workers, and citizens who lived near the power plant in Chernobyl, Ukraine, saw a large bird-like creature with the body of a man flying around the nuclear plant. They claimed this terrifying creature had glowing red eyes. On April 26, 1986, the creature was spotted before a huge explosion that became one of the most famous nuclear accidents in history. Witnesses also saw the creature flying through the smoke and wreckage after the horrifying event." The Collapse of the I-35 Bridge: "At the end of June in 2007, reports of Mothman began surfacing in Minnesota. The reports were concentrated in Minneapolis, the surrounding areas, and the I-35 Bridge itself. After a month of sightings, the bridge collapsed on August 1, 2007. The collapse was devastating, killing 13 people and injuring 145 others."
The Swine Flu Outbreak: "Residents in La Junta, Mexico began seeing a large, black, red-eyed creature in 2009. The creature reportedly stalked the town just before the swine flu outbreak that devastated the area. Several witnesses report being terrified by its screaming, and one was even chased by the creature. Local authorities searched for evidence of the creature, but it was never found." Fukushima: "Two witnesses were out near Japan’s Fukushima power plant in March 2011 when they heard a loud screech. They turned back to see a creature sitting on top of the Fukushima plant. It suddenly unfurled its wings and began to fly towards them. They were horrified by a pair of glowing red eyes that were looking right at them, but the creature disappeared soon after. Shortly after the creature appeared to them, Fukushima was devastated by an earthquake and the nuclear power plant the witnesses walked by exploded."
"Explanation of the Myth As sightings of this cryptid continue into present day, many people wonder if the Mothman is more than a myth that haunts the town of Point Pleasant. There seems to be no consensus on whether the creature means harm towards human, though it can be agreed that sightings of the Mothman seem to precede tragedies and loss of life."
Now, there has been skeptics trying to debunk the Mothman to being a "large deformed Sandhill Crane", to a very large Owl with red eyes (the Sandhill Crane is said to have red eyes), but both Journalist Mary Hyre and John Keel were definitely investigating the situation. Even though I have not read all of the books by John Keel, he however had stated something like encountering the Men in Black, and the witnesses description of them. There they also mentioned strange accounts of "red orbs" flying around a Farmers yard, and his dog going after the objects but end up missing. It seems that this situation is similar to the "Skinwalker Ranch" ordeal, as Terry's dogs had changed some blue orbs, but met their demise as scorch marks on the ground (could this also be the same case?
There were also two witnesses seeing the Mothman in an abandoned building and had describe the being as having no neck, being dark grayish in color, very tall with big red eyes, and a 10 foot wingspan. Now, people have been saying that this creature would either have feathers like a bird or be somewhat like the fictional character called "Batman", leading to some theories being the Mayan bat God "Camazotz".
Here is what the Wiki states on this God: "In Maya mythology, Camazotz (alternate spellings Cama-Zotz, Sotz, Zotz) is a bat god. Camazotz means "death bat" in the Kʼicheʼ language. In Mesoamerica, the bat is associated with night, death, and sacrifice." "In the Popol Vuh, Camazotz are the bat-like monsters encountered by the Maya Hero Twins Hunahpu and Xbalanque during their trials in the underworld of Xibalba. The twins had to spend the night in the House of Bats, where they squeezed themselves into their own blowguns in order to defend themselves from the circling bats. Hunahpu stuck his head out of his blowgun to see if the sun had risen and Camazotz immediately snatched off his head and carried it to the ballcourt to be hung up as the ball to be used by the gods in their next ballgame. In Part III, chapter 5 of the Popol Vuh, a messenger from Xibalba, in the form of a man with the wings of a bat, brokers a deal between Lord Tohil and mankind, wherein mankind promises their armpits and their waists (the opening of their breasts in human sacrifice) in exchange for fire."
Now, this is merely speculation, but as some of these apparent sightings of the creature would have you think of the "Angel of Death" references, because then comes some kind of calamity ready to explode. Then based on the Camazotz theory may not fit the premise, because as this Mayan God is based on human sacrifice and blood (or does it?). If there would be a massive cataclysm leading to many deaths, and the Camazotz is the God of death, then perhaps there is a connection? Based from Credo Mutwa's interview in "Africa's hidden Alien species", mentions a humanoid looking moth.
There are some indication of this being also having a connection to the mysterious mutilation of different animals. Remember the movie "The Cave"? It seems that these creatures also represent the Camazotz God as well.
Then based from the Insectoid types states this from the Wiki: "The term insectoid denotes any creature or object that shares a similar body or traits with common earth insects and arachnids. The term is a combination of "insect" and "-oid" (a suffix denoting similarity)."
"In ufology In ufology, insectoid aliens are alleged extraterrestrial beings which have a similar body with earth insects or arachnids. These beings are involved in alien encounters and alien abduction scenarios but their presence is not as widely reported as Nordic aliens and Grey aliens."
"Before 1990 the UFO reports concerning insectoids included only the Mothman and the Allagash Abductions. In 1992, the alien abduction researcher Brian Thompson claims that a nurse acquaintance of his reported that during 1957 in Cincinnati she encountered a 3-foot-tall (0.91 m) praying mantis–like entity two days after a V-shaped UFO sighting."
"This mantis-like creature is reminiscent of the insectoid-type entity reported in some abduction accounts. He related this report to fellow researcher Leonard Stringfield. Stringfield told him of two cases he had in his files where separate witnesses reported identical circumstances in the same place and year. Abduction researcher Karla Turner in the book Into the Fringe reported that a man called David remembered an encounter with a giant mantis during an hypnosis session."
"Linda Moulton Howe in the book Glimpses of Other Realities describes some claims of alien mantises. The book includes the cases of Linda Porter and David Huggins. In 1988 Linda Porter remembered an abduction by alien mantises which she said took place when she was a child. In the same year 1988 David Huggins remembered an encounter with alien mantises that he said took place in the 1950s, when he was a child."
"The book also reports the case of Jeanne Robinson, which said she has received messages by an alien similar to a mantis. According to Ms. Robinson, these aliens are a branch of Greys. Afterwards some fringe of ufologists involved insectoid aliens in UFO conspiracy theories. The skeptic ufologist Martin Kottmeyer argued the phenomenon of mantis alien may be explained by the effects of cultural factors such as science fiction films where these beings are protagonists."
Based from the website "mysteriousuniverse.org", states this on the Insectoid: Truly Outlandish Encounters with Insectoid Mantis Men Brent Swancer October 30, 2019 "Going back to just about as long as encounters with strange alien entities have been around there have been many types of beings that are most commonly described by witnesses who have seen them and people who claim to have been abducted. There are the “Greys” perhaps most well-known in popular culture and which are probably the first image that springs to mind for most in the mainstream, but there are also commonly reported encounters with reptilian beings, and even odder still are those describing something insectoid in nature."
"Here we will look at a selection of such encounters in recent years, but these are really just the tip of the iceberg, and it seems to be a phenomenon that is firmly entrenched in the world of the paranormal and UFOlogy. These reports are the strange of the strange, so get on your tin foil hats, because we are going for a ride into the furthest reaches of the utterly bizarre. What have often been called “Mantis Men” or “Mantis aliens” typically are said to look very much as their name would suggest."
"They are usually described as standing 6-7 feet tall, with long, thin torsos, skinny, multi-jointed limbs, triangular, insect-like heads with large, slanted eyes and small or non-existent mouths, and the whole of the creatures covered with what appears to be some sort of segmented exoskeleton. One good description is given by UFO BC, and reads: These Beings have long, narrow faces, with long, narrow, large eyes, sharply slanted upward and outward in an almost narrow-V position, giving an almost insect-like appearance."
"This comparison is heightened by the Praying-Mantis types’ extremely thin, long torsos, long, extremely thin arms which are usually crooked into a sharp bend at the mid-joint, with the hand and fingers sloping almost vertically downward from the wrist, and legs also bent at an almost right-angle at the mid-joint, creating a crouched pose."
"The overall effect is the characteristic ‘Praying Mantis’ look. It should be noted that experiencers feel that this type is no insect, but rather an intelligent, gentle spirited… and jerky moving, human-like life form. There are both males and females."
"It may sound completely absurd, like something out of a bad science fiction movie, but there are actually numerous reports of encounters with such entities, running throughout a range of ages and walks of life. Such encounters can come in conjunction with UFO sightings and abductions, but just as often are reported by witnesses who see these creatures just roaming about, and the reports are so varied and weird that it is hard to know what to make of them at times."
"While most commonly associated with the UFO phenomenon and lumped together as aliens, Mantis Man sightings often happen out in the wilderness with no mention of UFOs, as if a particularly freakish Bigfoot report, and a few of these occurred as recently as the early 2000s in the state of New Jersey. The first in this series of encounters allegedly happened in 2002 at Stephens State Park, north of Hackettstown, New Jersey, where two men had been fishing at dusk along the Musconetcong River when they saw something very odd indeed."
"A friend of one of the witnesses would tell Lon Strickler, of Phantoms and Monsters of the surreal events that would transpire: Apparently about a year ago my friend and his brother were down at Stephen’s State Park fishing right around dusk. During this time, while his brother was roughly 50 yards downstream fishing, he said he felt this strange vibration in his right ear and from that he turned and looked to the right."
"When he turned and looked to the right he said he saw this 6 to 7 foot praying-mantis-looking-man… just standing there and unable to believe that he could see him. He said the creature was black and gray and to be quite honest, the way my buddy was telling me this story, I was having a tough time. I know he saw this thing… because I could see it in his face."
"Strickler would end up digging up another sighting of what seems to be a very similar creature in the same vicinity, which was seen by another fisherman as well. The witness claims that he had been out fishing in at the river with his boss in 2004, and they had both been waist high in the water when he says he just suddenly noticed a very outlandish entity making its way up the opposite bank. He explains: I just “Caught it”."
"Movement out of the corner of my eye to my left and there it was—Humanoid. Tall. 6 foot at least –no reference points– but I sense 6’6″ – 7′. Moving away from me back up the bank. (I am chest-high in the river) The first thing I see was the ‘grasshopper’ thigh, but bending forward like a human. Then the whole form."
"He is looking at me over his shoulder, moving up the bank, astonished, amazed. What, that I am in the water in a strong current, that I can see him? But yes we lock eyes and this creature is astonished– I get the sense that he can’t believe I am in the water, that he can’t believe I have seen him, that I am not perturbed at all– something of all three, I still don’t know– just astonishment and he is actually trying to get away from me and the water! Triangular Head. Huge, slanted black eyes. Just like a Praying Mantis."
"It’s whole body was gangly, nobby, ((Nobby!) but you could still sense it was powerful, and no– I would not say it was a “Big Bug”– it was definitely humanoid despite the mantis/insect qualities. Again, I stress the strong impression that The Mantis Man was cloaked and I “caught it” just right; it abruptly found itself against a “new”/blank background and was adjusting quickly. No, I do not believe it “slipped” into another dimension/plane. I detected movement and first saw that strong left thigh, (and strong right calf) then the whole thing and immediately those eyes/face."
"The whole encounter was only a couple of seconds. I can not tell you with any strong certainty what its feet or hands looked like –I wasn’t looking there– but I can tell you that its arms were “normal”, and not the literal Mantis forelegs I have recently seen in drawings of these “Aliens”.
"The detail that it seemed so surprised to be seen is interesting, although it is hard to know what to make of that. Yet another sighting featured on Phantoms and Monsters happened in the same area, this time in July of 2014 by a witness who claims he had been driving along the Musconetcong River and just sort of taking in the scenery when he noticed something very tall standing out in the water."
"At first he took it to be a fisherman, but it seemed too strange looking and somehow not human, so he slowed down to get a closer look. This is when he would realize that it was definitely no fisherman, and he says of his encounter: I saw something strange a few weeks ago on the Musconetcong River near my home here in Hackettstown, New Jersey. I was driving home from the drug store on Newburgh Rd."
"As I drove near the bridge over the river, I noticed to my left something (I thought a fisherman) standing in the river just off the south bank. I slowed the car and looked closer. It wasn’t a person and it was transparent-like with a weird shape. It moved slowly towards the bank and into the trees. I drove further so I could see it coming out of the trees. That’s the last I saw of it. It was tall, 8 ft. or so and had long thin arms hanging off of it."
"The color was a pale brown, but I could see through it! The head was small compared to the body. It was sunny that day so I thought it may be glare from the water, but after I thought back I realized I wasn’t seeing a mirage or glare. This one almost seems to have been trying to cloak itself somehow, perhaps why the enitiy in the previous encounter was so baffled that it was seen."
"Another seemingly similar creature, although much smaller than these previous accounts, was also reported, this time in 2011 along the Thames River, in Connecticut. The woman claims she had been driving home from work at around midnight when she saw something she cannot explain. She says: I saw a small 1 1/2 to 2-foot-tall Praying Mantis humanoid running on the side of Pequot Avenue in New London, CT."
"The avenue runs alongside the Thames River and I was driving southbound on Pequot when I saw it on the side of the road directly on my left. It was a mahogany brown color and it looked exactly like the CGI version on the show. I stopped my car and watched it and it was looking right at me the whole while as it ran towards a storm drain. It never took its eyes off me then it jumped down the storm drain." "Interestingly, another of these creatures was spotted in 2015 in the vicinity of Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California, which was related to the show Coast to Coast AM and involved the witness seeing an 8-foot-tall “Mantis Man” that apparently had the ability to turn invisible or vanish at will. While these reports are certainly very bizarre, there are other Mantis Man reports that are even more outlandish, and with these we truly take a trip into a realm deeply lodged in high strangeness."
"One very odd report that has made the rounds was given on UFO BC, by a witness calling himself “Jim G,” who lives in London, England. He claims that one evening in August of 2001 he woke to find two of these entities looming over his bed, apparently watching him as he slept, and they looked very much like some sort of insectoid humanoids."
"One entity was cloaked in a robe, but had what seemed to be a shiny black exoskeleton like that of a beetle, while the other was more of the classic description of a Mantis Alien, standing 7 feet tall and all segmented limbs and mantis head, with no noticeable clothing."
"Jim explains the mantis creature and the weird events that would play out thusly: All I recall was that it was tall. At least 7 foot, it had to bend its neck because of the height of the ceiling. Its head was pointed with large eyes. Its for-arms were extremely long and moved in a jerky fashion."
"The cloaked figure was closer, crouching by my bed, so I couldn’t tell how tall it was, but I could clearly see that it was wearing some kind of overlapping ridged amour? Including a metallic looking breastplate that had a series of circles on it. Its head was dome-like with emotionless facial features. Its eyes were large and surrounded again by detailed ridges. It acted in a way that reminded me of a robot or insect."
"I remember thinking to myself, nobody’s going to believe this! A bloody giant sized mantis and medieval-style dressed alien, what the hell is this? Before this incident, although I hadn’t see one, I was familiar with the gray (alien) types but I had never heard of the praying-mantis types."
"At this point, the mantis bent its upper body, over my bed and directly above me. In its hand it was holding a long metal object that looked like a needle. A green light shot directly from the needle and into my right eye. Maybe it’s a laser, I am not sure, but I do know it felt very painful. I could see all the veins from my eye, the same effect you get when an Optician checks your eyes. I screamed but no noise came out. I then felt something stick into my skull! I’m not sure what because by that time I had my eyes closed."
"I pretended to sleep and went into deep panic! My mind was racing at a million miles per hour. I heard a great whooshing sound and when I next reopened my eyes thankfully they had gone. Another one of the weirder of these reports is an account chronicled by UFO researcher Linda Moulton Howe in her book Glimpses of Other Realities, Vol. II: High Strangeness. She tells the tale of a witness named Linda Porter, who claimed to have had an incredibly odd encounter with a telepathic mantis-like humanoid in a hallway in 1961 and that it had whisked her off to another dimension via what she called an “interdimensional tunnel.” The next thing she knew, Porter was with a “Praying mantis being in a light-filled room,” and she said: I remember the being slowly coming around the corner and facing me. He stood very still and simply waited as if he knew how frightening he appeared to me. Eventually he began to talk to me (telepathically). He seemed to possess a great deal of dignity and gave the impression of being quite old. He walked me to this room (filled with dense light). The memory ends with me about to enter the room and the thought ‘Translated Into the Light’ has to do with what happened."
"Adding to the utter strangeness of this case, Porter, who had been born with a heart defect, claimed that she had had her soul transferred by the creature into a cloned body of herself that was healthy, and that the creature had explained to her in depth about other dimensions and travel between them. Very weird stuff, indeed."
"In another peculiar account from UFO BC, there is a witness who says that her and her friend had been captured by tall, insectoid humanoids and then been subjected to some sort of violent, gruesome medical procedure. She would say: I stood there helpless for the longest time, not knowing what to do but feeling a real sense of panic. Something had to be done quickly. All of a sudden there were two Beings that appeared next to my friend."
"They seemed to push me right aside and silently went right to work on her, like skilled surgeons. They stood to her left, standing together and working furiously on my friend. I had no idea who they were, what they were doing, but the first thing I thought of was ‘are they aliens’??? I stood there and watched…I thought they looked like Praying Mantises. Alien Praying Mantises…"
"Then I focused on my friend and saw her head was split wide open, like these aliens sliced it perfectly open. I saw freshly sliced raw flesh and these Aliens/Praying Mantis were busily removing pieces of bone, rock or whatever from her brain. This did not look anything like what I would imagine the inside of a brain to look but it was just such a clean cut. These two Alien/Praying Mantis worked quickly, without speaking one word. I seemed to black out and don’t remember any more of it."
"What was going on here? What were they doing? What happened to the friend? Was this all a hallucination or is there anything more to it? Who knows? From the same site is a bizarre report from a witness who claims the Mantis Men were rather more benevolent towards him, and even gifted him with advanced technology. He explains: My Praying Mantis figure was very kind to me. He urged me to stay calm and telepathically reassured me everything would be alright. My right eye was removed by a device that came down from the white ceiling. I started to really panic but the Mantis kept me from really freaking out."
"Then it was replaced. The Mantis also told me telepathically that I was a special person who would really make a difference here on earth. I am now 44 years old and have made no real significant differences to the human race. I think he may have just wanted to reassure a child at the time. I have retained 1 thing from my encounter. I still have the power to see major global disasters before they happen." "I only report them to either my fiancé or my close family members because I know anyone else would just call me crazy. But now they believe me for the most part. Because when I see something clearly and tell them, it always happens. Here we have looked at merely a selection from the files of truly otherworldly encounters with insectiod humanoids, and it is all really quite a lot to take in. What could possibly lie at the root of such reports? Are these things aliens or undiscovered creatures of some sort?"
"With regards to Mantis Men the theory that these are interdimensional travelers is often brought up, so could that possibly be what is going on here, these beings coming across the veil between realities rather than across the sea of stars? Are these just hallucinations, delusions, or lies? As it is we are left pretty baffled by such reports, and it has come to the point where these accounts are largely even shunned by those within cryptozoology, Ufology, and the paranormal world in general. Yet, still these sightings and reports come in, and it sure does make one wonder just what is going on here."
Now, based from Dr. Karla Turner's lectures, she states the same stories based from the Abductees, as the Greys are a considered "dying race", and in order to survive, they need samples from the people they abducted. This is where the "Strangers" are based from in the movie "Dark City", as a dying race that wants to understand the soul. This is where the ideology of "hybridization" comes into play, as they take samples from the male and female abductees.
This could be the reason why the abductees would see humanoids with larger than normal eyes, and other facial features resembling the Greys. But as Dr. Turner had stated, they are also very deceptive, so they are not a reliable group (As she states the Greys particularly). When reviewing the lectures, she had mentioned the Insectoid groups, the Nordic types, and the Reptilian types, and even the dark leathery reptiod Greys (possibly the brown Aliens mentioned by the Area 51 worker). She states the little reptoid beings are said to have teeth compared to the Greys, and are sexually aggressive. Then there are the dwarf type E.T.s, the shapeshifters, blue creatures, pink creatures etc. Even based from these supposed groups, are shown with the little Greys as a form of assistance. Despite the people stating that the Insectoids are deemed a "friendly" type, however, Dr. turner seems to disagree with that statement. She states in one abductees' experience, had detailed on how one of the E.T.s had drank a fetus, as if it was a milk shake. Then there are ones that she states, loves to appear to the abductees as "Jesus Christ" with blnde hair and blue eyes.
This shows how much of an influence, these Entities can have over the power of religion. Then she goes into detail on the humaniod E.T.s, as one would look like an olive complexioned man with black hair, and another is seen looking exactly like a man, but with the exeption of his eyes looking like reptilian eyes. This segment on the reptilian eyed man is very interesting, because this is mentioned by the late "Ted Gunderson", on how a woman was abducted by a Satanic cult, and states how she saw a very large man with reptilian eyes. Apparently, the story is based from a woman who had survived the ordeal.
It states that this woman was kidnapped, and was used for a Satanic Ceremony somewhere in the woods. There were a group of men and women, and how there were orgies performed against her will. Then states that there came a large man with strange looking eyes, looking as if it was a serpent. She states that the man was going to have sex with her, until a man some out shooting at the cult members. Though she was saved by the man, the snake eyed man had escaped, but only stated that he has connections to the Police force and higher Officials. It's apparent, that when learning about these stories on the strange ceremonies of Satanism, it's easy to say that the being, to which the Church calls "Satan" is the culprit, but that isn't so. It's revealed that these symbols really belongs to the Goddess worship that is shown throughout the whole world.
The term "Church" is based on the Goddess "Circe", who is really a Black Goddess as stated from Godfrey Higgins' book "The Ancalapsis". So, based from learning about these strange events from which the late Dr. Turner had given brings to light that, yes, there are other E.T.s here on this Earth, and they also have agendas here on this planet. Even the late "John Keel", with his book "Our Haunted Planet", says a lot of what's really going on. There are Entities that are vying for the control and power, whether they be the "Greys", "Insectoids", the "Men in Black" and others. Whether they are under the Earth or outer Space, it becomes apparent that these Entities are "Party Crashers" all having their own agenda on Earth.