shadowcass wrote:We have seen more than one of them.
Similar creatures have been spotted all over the world...from England (where it is called the Owlman) to Mexico (where they called it a "Man-Bat" remember...it was only called Mothman originally because "Batman" was copyrighted) to Java (where it is known as the Ahool) to West Africa, where it is known as the Kikiyaon or soul eater or man owl....
To prove that there is more than one "Mothman" we need evidence of more than one being seen at the same time. Those other things could be different cryptozoololigical creatures that so far have been mistaken for being the same. Either way I'd like to see reliable photographs from anyone.
shadowcass wrote:So...NO. Native Americans did not call giant owls Thunderbirds. The Thunderbird is either a racial memory of pterosaurs or there may yet be some surviving ones. I don't know and don't care.
Another theory I've heard is that the "Thunderbird" was a alien craft that was mistaken for a bird. This claim is backed up by an alleged encounter by Cowboys with a metalic bird like thing.
shadowcass wrote:Mothman (who really should have been called OWLMAN) is more closely associated with dark magick and death
Never heard that one. What are your sources?