Braxton County Monster

Come join the West Virginia Airstream Club at the KOA Flatwoods to celebrate the legend of the Flatwoods Monster in Braxton County, West Virginia.

A block of camp sites, 1-10, is reserved with full hook-ups at a cost of $49.50 per night with an additional 10% discount for KOA members.  These sites are pull thru and back in with patio.  More sites are available if needed.  Make your reservation by October 1 to secure one of these sites.

We have set a rally fee of  $10 per person to cover the cost of group meals (to be determined).

                                     "This is how we roll"

To make your reservation:

Days Inn & Suites,

Hanna Shingler, General Manger (304)765-5055 ext 212

Email: hshingler@flatwoods.com

KOA is located behind the Day Inn & Suites.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Flatwoods monster (also known as the Braxton County Monster or Phantom of Flatwoods), in West Virginia folklore, is an entity reported to have been sighted in the town of Flatwoods in Braxton County, West Virginia, United States, on September 12, 1952, following the appearance of a bright object crossing the night sky. Over fifty years later, investigators concluded that the light was a meteor and the creature was a barn owl perched in a tree, with shadows making it appear to be a large humanoid.[1]

  1.  Nickell, Joe (2 November 2000). "The Flatwoods UFO Monster"Skeptical Inquirer. Vol. 24 no. 6. CSICOP. pp. 15–19.

 

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