This isn’t a moth man thing.

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Neesy

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What interesting wording. The mothman is an interesting urban legend, but I don’t know what it has to do with Stephen King.
There is a moth involved in the story Sleeping Beauties - it is one of the forms that Evie takes (A brown moth) - not sure if that is what BrunHilda in Wv meant



I did not get a signed copy myself but I heard that Owen was doodling a drawing of a moth on some of the books that he signed
 

BrunHilda in Wv

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What interesting wording. The mothman is an interesting urban legend, but I don’t know what it has to do with Stephen King.

The Mothman legend and The Book Sleeping beauties by Stephen King and His Son are both about West Virginia. ;-) I was typing on a kindle and that is how the word presented after I hit send. I stand corrected. thank you for the reply.
 
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