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Mario Azzi

Mothman

“I drive a delivery route at night in a 30 foot box truck through different towns out about 30 miles east of Cleveland.

The area is naturally creepy, 2 lane asphalt cut through the forest for miles until you get to the next town, always foggy as hell. Anyway, one night I’m driving down 322 west towards chesterland, OH when I see this huge figure flying right at me in the moonlight. It was HUGE.

I realized I was about to hit it windshield level and ducked down below the dash and right as I did it I hear a loud thud at the front of the box right above the cab of the Freightliner I’m driving. I hit the brakes and come to a stop and think for a few seconds before I step out about if I should actually get out…but I do it anyway because I had to see what it was.

So, I get out and walk around to the back of the truck and I see it laying at the side of the road about 50 yards away. I swear, the thing was man sized but I figured maybe it was a huge hawk or maybe even an eagle that I had killed. So I start walking up to it thinking it had to be dead. Nope, all of a sudden the thing rolls over, stands up on 2 legs, jumps and flies off.

It took a hit at probably 45 mph straight to an aluminum box and it lived. When it stood up, I swear it was man shaped and at least 5″8, definitely no bird. I don’t know what it was.

When it flew off I got scared and ran back to the truck and continued the 4-5 miles into chesterland. I stop at the gas station and get out, look up at the front of the box and there are wing prints 6 feet across in the dirt/grime… and not like feathery bird shaped…bat shaped. If I could describe the looks of it, the closet thing I can come up with is it looked like the monster from Jeepers creepers or maybe the mothman. I’m not making any of this up, it still freaks me out every time I go down that road. True story.”

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