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Mothman TNT Area

This place is on private property. Listing for informational purposes only. Please do not visit without express permission from the land owner. This mysterious site was once used to store TNT stockpiles, but gained a fair bit of notoriety when a group of teenagers using the area for some midnight necking came face to face with the terrifying creature that came to be known as the Mothman.. Mothman is a legendary creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia from 15…

Mothman Statue

December 15, 1967 The Silver bridge across the Ohio River collapsed and killed 43 people. Somehow, certain people got the idea that several previous sightings of a strange creature with glowing eyes in the town over the past year had something to do with it. That, and a 1770's Indian Chief's curse on the town after his gruesome murder. And that's what makes America go 'round! www.roadsideamerica.com/story/12036

The Small West Virginia Town of Point Pleasant Has An Insane Amount Of Paranormal Activity

A bloody battlefield, mysterious ghosts, a strange creature, and a haunted hotel... this town has it all.

TNT Area

These rows of World War II-era bunkers were the scene of some of the infamous Mothman sightings.

The Small West Virginia Town of Point Pleasant Has An Insane Amount Of Paranormal Activity

A bloody battlefield, mysterious ghosts, and a haunted hotel, men in black, and the legendary Mothman... this town has it all.

Barbara H. - Steamboats.org

Lamb, IN The Barbara H was originally named Standard and built by Marietta Manufactoring, Point Pleasant, WV, for Standard Oil, OH, in 1923. She´s a sternwheel diesel towboat. She´s 99´-2´´ long and 19´-8´´ wide. In her early years she pushed gasoline barges on the Ohio River between Marietta, OH, and Vevay, IN. In 1939 the ... Read more

The Tiny Town In West Virginia With A Terribly Creepy Past

This town is most often associated with the Mothman...but something even scarier happened here far before that.

Silver Bridge Collapse Point Pleasant, WV 1967

My Grandfather was a pilot. This happened on Friday Dec 15, my Grandfather and his friend that had a plane decided to fly down there on Sunday the 17th to ch...

Point Pleasant, WV

See 20 photos and 3 tips from 352 visitors to Point Pleasant, WV. "Point Pleasant is a cute, unassuming town that features art, history and even the..."

Dunmore's War: The Last Conflict of America's Colonial Era

Known to history as “Dunmore’s War,” the 1774 campaign against a Shawnee-led Indian confederacy in the Ohio Country marked the final time an American colonial militia took to the field in His Majesty’s service and under royal command.

TNT Area Graves

If you're familiar with the Mothman legend of Point Pleasant, WV, then chances are you at least have some knowledge of his connection to the area commonly referred to as the TNT area. The TNT area, which is now mostly a maze of concrete igloos set within the McClintic Wildlife Area, began life in 1942 as the WV Ordnance Works at Pt. Pleasant. Until 1945, this sprawling complex employed thousands of people in the manufacture of TNT. Construction began in March of 1942, several miles north of…