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Ameri-Scares West Virginia: Lair of the Mothman

Narrated by: Tim Lundeen
Length: 3 hrs and 34 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
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In the town of Broad Run, West Virginia...

Vance Archer and Marybeth Wilkins, a pair of adventurous seventh-graders, have discovered an exciting activity called geocaching - a kind of scavenger hunt using GPS technology - that leads them after hidden treasures in the woods around their community. However, on one of their outings, they encounter a frightening, half-seen creature with glowing red eyes watching them from the shadows. 

Soon, Vance begins to receive mysterious messages on his phone from a caller named Indrid Cold. He learns this name is associated with the legendary Mothman, a strange, unearthly being that is said to appear when some terrible event is about to occur. 

Believing that they - as well as their friends and loved ones - may soon face mortal danger, Vance and Marybeth try to solve the increasingly strange clues before disaster strikes.

Each Ameri-Scares novel is based on or inspired by an historical event, folktale, legend, or myth unique to that particular state.

©2019 Stephen Mark Rainey (P)2019 David N. Wilson

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Excellent adventure

I enjoyed this telling of the Mothman legend immensely. The pieces of the story are meticulously laid out in a subplot that is interesting and relevant. I have enjoyed several titles by this author. His imagination of the surreal and supernatural are quite inventive and entertaining. I’m searching for more.