BOOK REVIEW: "Mothman: Evil Incarnate" by Loren Coleman

BOOK REVIEW: Mothman: Evil Incarnate by Loren Coleman (Cosimo Books) 2017 Sometimes I get on these reading “tangents” where I read absolutely everything on a particular subject. Is it an obsessive compulsive aspect of my personality? Perhaps. That said, for the past three months or so I have been reading pretty much everything the late John A. Keel has written, beginning with his most famous book – The Mothman Prophecies , released in 1975 and covering all of the Mothman sightings that occurred over a 13-month period, leading up to the collapse of the Silver Bridge, at Point Pleasant, West Virginia, over the Ohio River on Dec. 15, 1967. So, having read multiple accounts of Keel’s investigative look at the Mothman phenomenon, which seemed to end after the bridge collapsed, killing 46 people, I read Loren Coleman’s 2002 Mothman book (read review here ) and subsequently devoured his follow-up book – Mothman: Evil Incarnate – over the course of a day or two. Methinks, Mr. Keel – a onetime friend of Coleman’s – would give a hearty thumbs-up to a 100-plus-page book Coleman refers to as "the unauthorized companion" to Keel’s The Mothman Prophecies . I agree with that […]

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