'Terror in the Skies': Mothman Sightings Documentary Jun 8, 2019 3:13:47 GMT -5
Post by JoannaB on Jun 8, 2019 3:13:47 GMT -5
Terror in the Skies: Mothman Sightings (Small Town Monsters Documentary)
WADSWORTH, Ohio – Illinois, a state rich in history, is known for its miles of prairie ... but what if there’s a hidden history, one most people don’t talk about? In its latest film, Small Town Monsters director Seth Breedlove explores hundreds of years of terrifying reports of encounters with massive winged creatures in the Prairie State. From Alton’s man-eating Piasa Bird legends to recent sightings in Chicago of a creature said to resemble the infamous Mothman of Point Pleasant, W.V., Terror in the Skies unlocks a centuries-old mystery.
Journey to the heartland of the Midwest in this new documentary, which offers a startling in-depth look at this ongoing phenomenon. The feature-length film that introduces viewers to this reality-altering subject was shot around the state of Illinois in September 2018. Breedlove contacted numerous witnesses and investigators who claim to have seen massive beings in the sky as recently as last year. One of the more recent sightings, reported in the news and covered in great detail in the film, is that of the red-eyed creature dubbed the “Chicago Mothman.”
The first trailer for Terror in the Skies is a brief look at moody footage, along with glimpses of the winged beings themselves. The film promises to open the minds of viewers to the possibility that such a being could exist through interviews with believable witnesses and fascinating photographic, video and audio evidence.
Small Town Monsters made waves in 2017 with The Mothman of Point Pleasant and Terror in the Skies is a “spirited sequel” to be followed next year by The Mothman Legacy.
Terror in the Skies, co-written by Breedlove and Mark Matzke, is narrated by author, musician and television personality Lyle Blackburn. The film is produced by Seth and Adrienne Breedlove and authors Loren Coleman and Troy Taylor, as well as numerous others, are featured.
Source: Market Watch, February 7, 2019
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