Previously we referred to the DRACO, an alien species that
was reportedly encountered by Admiral Richard E. Byrd as well
as former head of Dulce Base Security Thomas Edwin Castello.
What may well have been the most notorious of all 'scares'
involving these reptilian beings, according to researcher John Keel,
involved a combined 'invasion' of pterodactyloid-hominoid 'Mothmen'
(Winged Draco) AND 'Men In Black'.
These creatures have been
referred to as the Mothmen, Winged Dracos, and Winged Serpents,
depending on the source involved. They reportedly terrorized a
particular area in West Virginia, according to John A. Keel, in the
mid-1960's. Keel is convinced that these malevolent entities were
involved in the tragic 'silver bridge' disaster in which several UFO
witnesses and hundreds of locals perished, this conclusion being
based on certain strange circumstances surrounding the event. In
his book 'THE MOTHMEN PROPHECIES' (Signet Books., N.Y.)
Keel reveals the following:
"...According to her story, Connie (Carpenter), a shy, sensitive
eighteen-year-old, was driving home from church at 10:30 A.M. on
Sunday, November 27, 1966, when, as she passed the deserted
greens of Mason County Golf Course outside New Haven, West
Virginia, she suddenly saw a huge gray figure. It was shaped like
a man, she said, but much larger. It was at least SEVEN FEET
TALL and very broad. The thing that attracted her attention was
not its size but its eyes. IT HAD, SHE SAID, LARGE, ROUND,
FIERCELY GLOWING RED EYES THAT FOCUSED ON HER
WITH HYPNOTIC EFFECT.
"'It's a wonder I didn't run off the road and have a wreck,' she
"As she slowed, her eyes fixed on the apparition, a pair of wings
unfolded from its back. They seemed to have a span of about ten
feet. It was definitely not an ordinary bird but a MAN-SHAPED
THING which rose slowly off the ground, straight up like a heli-
copter, silently. Its wings did not flap in flight. It headed straight
toward Connie's car, its horrible eyes fixed to her face, then it
swooped low over her head as she shoved the accelerator to the
floor-boards in utter hysteria.
"OVER ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE WOULD SEE THIS BIZARRE
CREATURE THAT WINTER.
"...North American Indians have extensive legends about the
Thunderbird, a huge bird said to carry off children and old people. It
was accompanied by loud noises, hums, buzzes and, apparently
rumbles from the infrasonic and ultrasonic levels. Known as (the
dragon-like - Branton) PIASA to the Indians of the Dakotas, it was
supposed to have terrifying red eyes and a long tail..." a monstrous
demon with "bat's wings, and a body closely in human form."
Many of these so-called 'Mothman' sightings occurred near
some old concrete domes or buildings which led to several miles
of (now sealed) underground tunnels which were used during World
War II to store explosives. It was known as the TNT area and John
Keel reports that at one particular spot he felt an almost physical
sense of "terror" which left when he walked out of the "circle". This
induced terror was reported by many witnesses, and at least one of
the pterodactyloid creatures reportedly disappeared into one of the
dome-entrances in the TNT facility after being chased by curious
witnesses, who searched the dome but could find no sign of the
"...At 7:15 A.M. on November 25, a young shoe salesman
named Thomas Ury was driving along Route 62 just north of the
TNT area when he noticed a tall, gray manlike figure standing in a
field by the road. 'Suddenly it spread a pair of wings,' Ury said, 'and
took off straight up, like a helicopter.
"'It veered over my convertible and began going in circles three
telephone poles high.'
"He stepped on the gas as the creature zoomed down over his
vehicle. 'It kept flying right over my car even though I was doing
"Mr. Ury sped into Point Pleasant and went straight to the
sheriff's office thoroughly panicked. 'I never saw anything like it,' he
confided to Mrs. Hyre later. 'I was so scared I just couldn't go to
work that day. The thing had a wingspan every bit of ten feet. It
could be a bird, but I certainly never saw one like it. I was afraid it
was going to come right down right on top of me.'
"The old familiar symptom, unreasonable terror, took hold of him.
'I've never had that feeling before. A weird kind of fear,' he said.
'That fear gripped you and held you. Somehow, the best way to
explain it would be to say that the whole thing just wasn't right. I
know that may not make sense, but that's the only way I can put
into words what I felt.'
John Keel related still other incidents of encounters with these
"'Look at that crazy character coming downwind in that plane,'
Eddie Adkins commented. He and four other men were standing
on the field of the Gallipolis, Ohio, airport, just across the river from
Point Pleasant on Sunday, December 4, 1966.
"At 3 P.M. that afternoon a large winged form came cruising
majestically along the Ohio River, just behind the airport. The pilots
later estimated that it was about three hundred feet in the air and
was traveling about seventy miles an hour. As it drew closer they
realized it was not a plane but was some kind of enormous bird
with an unusually long neck. It seemed to be turning its head from
side to side as if it were taking in the scenery (Note: Scientists
believe that the saurian-reptilian pterodactyls used their heads and
neck as a 'rudder' while in flight, moving them from side to side
constantly as a means of maintaining flight - Branton). The wings
were not flapping.
"'MY GOD! IT'S SOMETHING PREHISTORIC!' one of the men
"Everett Wedge grabbed his camera and sprinted to his small
plane. By the time he was airborne the giant creature had vanished
somewhere down river."
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