Point Pleasant

Point Pleasant, West Virginia is a small town sitting at the confluence of the Ohio and Kanawha rivers. Most known for the Mothman, who haunted the town for about a year in the late-1960s, Point Pleasant experiences its share of strange phenomena to this day.

A statue honoring Mothman is located in the center of town.

Murals line the flood walls.

Chief Cornstalk’s bones, after being moved a number of times, are laid to rest in the Tu-Endie-Wei State Park in Point Pleasant. Legend holds that just before being murdered by an angry mob of soldiers at Fort Randolph, Cornstalk placed the area under a curse.

The Water Panther Stone. A Shawnee alter, made by Chief Cornstalk’s clan, the Water Panther Clan.