In folk lore it haunted the central West Virginia hillsides at 10 feet tall with red glowing eyes emitting a sickening odor that made those who came in contact with so sick they had to seek medical care from doctors.
Get the real story at The Flatwoods Green Monster Museum in Flatwoods.
Make plans to visit the Flatwoods Green Monster Museum, in Flatwoods, over the Labor Day weekend, the weekend of September 8 and 9 and September 12th for the 66th Anniversary Celebration of the September 12, 1952 UFO visit.
Located at 338 Flatwoods Corner Road in Flatwoods next to the post office, the museum holds the world’s largest collection of Green Monster related research materials and memorabilia with many contributed by leading UFO researcher and Green Monster authority Frank Feschino. His nearly 30 year investigation into the incident helped smash a government cover-up of the alien visit.
“The Flatwoods Monster, a mysterious visitor to earth, is an extraterrestrial reported to have been sighted in the town of Flatwoods in Braxton County, West Virginia, United States on September 12, 1952. One man in particular has taken the investigation into the Green Monster as a life’s mission to discover the truth and uncover the cover-up of the incident…Frank Feschino,” John Clise, museum manager said.
“In fact, until Frank took up the investigation it had nearly been forgotten,” Clise added. “Frank has kept the attention on finding the truth.”
Check out the extraterrestrial fun and games and more. For more information, visit them online atwww.flatwoodsmonster.com or call 681-533-8458 for more information.