The Mothman Experience - Eaton Library

The Mothman Experience - Eaton Library


It is the time of the year for the creepy and unusual...and in keeping with jack-o-lanterns and trick or treaters, we bring you a program sure to please young and old!

The Mothman Experience will happen Saturday, October 26th at 1:00 p.m. at the Eaton Branch Library, 301 N. Barron St., with investigators John and Marsha from Southern Ohio Supernatural (S.O.S.). Besides investigating all sorts of paranormal phenomena like ghosts, spirits, and Sasquatch, they also look into reports of UFOs and Cryptids, like Mothman!

Tonight, we learn historical details of Mothman sightings and what these sightings might mean.


The Mothman arrived at the sleepy little town of Point Pleasant in West Virginia along the Ohio River in 1966 and is today one of the most well-known cryptids in the world. A moth-like man-creature with red eyes that swoops through the air terrorizing everyone who sees him, he was made famous partly by John Keel's book (later adapted to film), The Mothman Prophecies, and was also hunted in the program, Mountain Monsters on Destination America. Recent claims of sightings have occurred!

This program, like all PCDL programs, is free to attend. No registration needed. For more programs, check out our event calendar at:


Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 1:00pm

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