The Mothman Museum located in Point Pleasant, West Virginia contains the largest collection of memorabilia and props from the movie "The Mothman Prophecies." The town of Point Pleasant is the very site of where the Mothman encounters and sightings actually occurred. Visitors to the museum can read a variety of rare documents from the eyewitnesses of the Mothman themselves, sharing their stories of what they're experience was like on the night of November 15 in 1966.

Visitors have the chance to see rare photographs and press clippings of the disaster of the Silver Bridge. The museum displays information about the various historical figureheads of the famous Mothman legacy, such as the Mallete and Scarberry eyewitnesses, Mary Hyre, and John Keel. There is plenty for guests to see and discover at the Mothman Museum to help them research the legacy and uncover the truth of the event for themselves. The museum is the only place where visitors can view a showcase of the props actually used while filming of Sony Pictures' Mothman Prophecies in the world.

All of this and more is displayed for visitors to discover during their time at the Mothman Museum. Rare historical archives about the Mothman, as well as the mysterious occurrences that happed in 1966 and 1967 in Point Pleasant, are displayed throughout the museums several exhibits. Original video footage and press clippings of the Mothman articles, UFO activity, and the disaster at the Silver Bridge are all on display. The museum's Merchandise Store is full of various Mothman souvenirs, such as hoodies, shirts, bags, buttons, stickers, novelties, and even a Mothman Energy drink.

Showcased handwritten reports by the police from the accounts of the original eyewitnesses of the Mothman document what these people had experienced. Also within the many exhibits at the Mothman Museum are the collection of props used in the filming of the Mothman Prophecies. Lifelike replicas and costumes on display serve as perfect photo opportunities. The museum, situated next to the town of Point Pleasant's Mothman Statue, also features exhibits on the Men In Black, the Silver Bridge, Mary Hyre, John Keel, and the "Search for the Mothman" Documentary.

The Mothman Museum of Point Pleasant is the only place where the original police depositions of the happenings of the fateful night on the Silver Bridge can be seen in the world. These depositions were written by the eyewitnesses of the event themselves, and explain what they experienced. Visitors can discover what or who the Mothman was. It's up to them to decide whether it was a winged demon, an alien, or something else. Guests will find numerous Mothman photo opportunities at the museum, including two life-like replicas of the creature.

The museum is home to some of the most vintage and rare archives in the world that document the events of 1966 and 1967 that took place in Point Pleasant. One specific exhibit focuses on the experiences of John Keel, author of the Mothman Prophecies and paranormal investigator. For his case study, Keel chose to focus investigation on the town of Point Pleasant.

400 Main Street, Point Pleasant, West Virginia, Phone: 304-812-5211

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