The Mothman Prophecies Paperback – 7 Mar 2002
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A bestseller in America... an account of strange happenings... a dark terror inspired by unearthly noises and mysterious lights overhead. You'll believe it. (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
A 'supernatural suspense yarn that builds the tension without going into shock-horror' mode. (Candis)
written by an investigator of the paranormal... this is a fascinating book (Huddersfield Daily Examiner)
Keel's meticulous research,wry style and humour make this one a delight.Authentically creeepy. (dreamberry)
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Being someone who has studied English Literature in the past, I noticed that this book reads very much like fiction, in the way it grabs your attention and I found it almost impossible to put it down. That only adds to the appeal of the book and I would say that it would be ideal for any book worm who fancies reading something a little different from the norm.
If you get the chance whoever you are, then I would suggest you read this and prepare yourself to be amazed and convinced by the experiences of John Keel and all of the seemingly eccentric, but in my opinion, genuine witnesses he met along the way.
A real pleasure to read.
John Keel does not attempt to preach to the sceptics on the existence of UFOs and related phenomena, but rather leaves it to the reader to make up his/her own mind as to whether the truth is really out there.
An interesting read that will leave you wondering was that really a plane in the sky?
Mr Keel writes in an informal, chatty style as the weird events and horrors unfold. Witnesses to the terrors multiply alarmingly as the story develops. Whatever happened during that time in the late 1960s affected the lives of hundreds and, according to the evidence, still affects them today.
I really want to see the film now but it isn't on anywhere. I'll have to wait to rent that!
A really great book which propels you to the tragic conclusion that occurs and the aftermath of the whole series of weird events. Highly recommended.
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Creepy and convincing. "There are more things in Heaven and Earth than are dreamt of...."Published 3 months ago by CityPigeon
Quite an interesting book, certainly opens your eyes to the strange goings on in this world that you don't know about. Read morePublished 14 months ago by ben a higginbottom
In recounting this near 'legendary' story,Keel happily starts a circle beginning wherever he dam well feels like,yet always starkling the reader with the connections he... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Wherelovelymeremaidsflow
An excellent read for anyone interested in the bizarre outbreak of weirdness in West Virginia in 1967, Not to mention an interesting unified theory of all things esoteric and... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Vincent Connolly
John Keel's experiences in Point Pleasant and beyond make for fascinating and disturbing reading,his full conclusions can be found in his later books,but this is a pretty much... Read morePublished on 10 Feb. 2014 by Phil Devereaux
The Mothman Prophecies is a wonderful scary creepy well written book from a man that saw the events first hand. Read morePublished on 26 Oct. 2013 by MIKE HARBY