Mothman eyewitness Faye Leport talks with visitors to the Mothman Festival.
Mayor Brian Billings, at left, and Jeff Wamsley, festival founder, speak at Riverfront Park for the festival and plaque dedication to the late Carolin Harris.
Cast members from Mountain Monsters meet with fans.
Waiting to meet the Mountain Monsters cast members at the Mothman Festival.
Marcella DeWeese unveils the monument and plaque to her sister, Carolin Harris at Riverfront Park.
Who is afraid of clowns selling ice cream?
Family and extended family members of the late Carolin Harris gather at Riverfront Park to remember the late matriarch of Main Street.
Author Michele Savaunah Zirkle Marcum with her dad Mike Zirkle at the Mothman Festival.
Costumes and individuality were encouraged at the Mothman Festival.
Main Street is the perfect place for a zip line.
This young man with the red balloon, dressed as a character from the Stephen King book and film, “It” definitely got noticed over the weekend at the Mothman Festival.
The 501st Legion, with members from across West Virginia, take their love of Star Wars and help raise money for Holdyn Keefer of Point Pleasant.
Who you gonna call? The Ghostbusters returned, raising funds for children’s charities at the festival.
This young man meets Darth Vader and lives to tell about it.
The crowds were steady at the festival all weekend.
Artist Jamie Sloane, center, takes a break from doing a live paiting of Mothman to visit with festival goers.
The line was long to take a picture with the Mothman Statue.
Carriage rides in downtown Point Pleasant.
Fish Fisher performs.
Batman meets a fan.
Just one of many interesting creatures at the Mothman Festival.
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