It's an interesting documentary, though I don't really subscribe to the Mothman legend. Attempt to tie the Mothman to the murder of the Indian tribal leader in the 18th century is like grasping for straw. The fact that the Mothman sightings died down right after the bridge collapse also points to the likely conclusion that it's a small town mass hysteria at work, whipped up by some folks in town back in 1966. Curiously, this reminds me of the movie The Village in which the elders stirs up fear in the community. It's not hard for a few people corroborating on the sightings, it's such a small town afterall. Now that all the original elders had mostly passed away, the fact that no one has since then provided any other materials about any alleged sightings, even to this day, given how accessible phone cameras, recorders and gadgets are these days, it goes to show how flimsy this whole Mothman legendary is just a gigantic elaborate hoax. That said, I'm happy for this small town which manages to put itself on world map, and make some money off of the Mothman folklore, it has already more than enough to serve its purpose. The documentary itself is quite well-made, though it doesn't warrant any rewatching.