The Mothman of Point Pleasant with Seth Breedlove


On this episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys start the show off by talking about the recent death of the worlds oldest person at 146 years old. Then, an Ohio witness at Sagamore Hills Township reported driving toward an unknown light and discovered a hovering sphere just above the tree line Then, Brent Swancer over at Mysterious Universe posted an article recently describing some possible encounters with the deadly Djinn during the Iraq war. Then, a person in Illinois had a very strange episode of missing time while driving on evening. As they were driving they saw some strange lights ahead, the next thing they remembered was a loss of two hours and being 70 miles away from where they were previously.

After the break Cam and Kyle talk with movie producer and head of Small Town Monsters, Seth Breedlove. He talks about his new movie “The Mothman of Point Pleasant”. Small Town Monsters is an independent film series that explores lost and bizarre history around the United States. Focusing on small town folklore, our team tells stories through the words and experiences of those who were most affected by them – residents and witnesses. Released in Spring of 2015, “Minerva Monster” was the first film in the series, and explored strange occurrences in 1970’s Minerva, OH. Our sophmore film, Beast of Whitehall, was released in Spring of 2016; and a third film is scheduled to begin production in late April of 2016. In addition to producing films, Small Town Monsters also attends events throughout the year to screen their movies and talk about these strange tales. DVDs, merchandise and other media related to the series is available in the online store, events, and Vimeo.

Seth Breedlove is a filmmaker. He has written, edited, produced and directed shorts and features about a variety of topics but is best known for his production company and the films they’ve produced under the Small Town Monsters banner. Before film, Seth wrote for a number of websites, newspapers and magazines and learned some of the skills he employs as a director while working as a reporter. Seth has also appeared on numerous television and radio programs. In 2013 Seth began working on the concept for a series titled Small Town Monsters. The first chapter in this series is the film, Minerva Monster. Seth wrote and directed the film. He has since begun working on more projects which will fall under the Small Town Monsters umbrella including, Beast of Whitehall, which he also acted as cinematographer on. In 2016 Seth directed and edited his first full-length feature, Boggy Creek Monster. The film is now available on DVD and through streaming services such as Vimeo OnDemand and Amazon Video.

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Songs Used:

  • Pretty Lights vs. Led Zeppelin
  • Country Road
  • Gold Coast Hustle
  • Understand Me Now

Readers Comments (1)

  1. Great podcast guys! I had to comment, I live in Western Pennsylvania, have grown up here all my life (35yrs) not far from Clearfield and Cambria county, and I have experienced that horrid sound Lon described like a baby being murdered in the middle of the night. It was about 20yrs ago, my dad and I were sitting up late at night watching tv and we suddenly heard this sound outside like one of my neighbors was killing their kid. Seriously, it is a bone chilling sound like an infant in extreme terrifying distress. My dad muted the tv and we listened again for the sound, hearing it a couple more times. Now he’s a life long hunter, our area is surrounded by dense woods filled with native american trails we all are use to hiking. It is not uncommon to have a bear or any other wild animal suddenly run past you even in a tiny residential village like where we resided. He turned to me and said it was a bobcat screaming. I, of course, as a young teen, believed him. As an adult, however, I have gone back and listened repeatedly to bobcat calls, fox calls, mountain lion screams, anything I could believe it to be and none of them compare. And no, no neighbor kids had gone missing that night. I have experienced many weird things where I grew up, but that was one I will never forget and I’m not surprised when others tell me they have heard the same thing without resolve as to what it was.


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