Chicago Mothman Sticker

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Chicago Mothman Sticker

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Sticker backing measures 4" x 3.75". Peeled from the backing the circular sticker measures 3.5" x 3.25". Vinyl sticker, waterproof.

In West Virginia folklore, the Mothman is a legendary creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area from November 12, 1966, to December 15, 1967. Mothman is theorized to be an omen of disaster. After the December 15, 1967, collapse of the Silver Bridge and the death of 46 people, the incident gave rise to the legend and connected the Mothman sightings to the bridge collapse.

"And now we've had, as of the second week of August, 29 sightings of flying humanoids in Chicago. Mostly they've been observed hovering in the air, but one took a dramatic leap off the Sears Tower, and two more performed aerial maneuvers above the Adler Planetarium. ("They flew figure eights around each other," a witness recounted. "It looked like they were dancing in a strange sort of way. It was actually quite beautiful, considering how freaking strange it was.") One of the sightings was reported by a police officer and confirmed by a self-described aspiring journalist, both of whom saw a tall, thin figure jump off an apartment building in Auburn Gresham and fly away. "

- Chicago Reader, 08.09.17

See where Mothman has been sighted in the Chicago area 2011 - present.

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