Spurred in 2001 by the realization that the 9/11 attacks were accurately predicted - in 1967 - by a friend who was seeing Mothman, Seattle photographer Andrew Colvin began filming a 32-hr. video series, 'The Mothman's Photographer,' documenting his experiences growing up in WV. The 'Mothman's Photographer II' book is based on the first half of that series, where Colvin returns to Pt. Pleasant to interview John Keel and other familiar Mothman names. Colvin also travels to many Mothman, UFO, and Bigfoot sighting spots, including his old neighborhood in Mound, WV, where the shadows of Charles Manson and S.J. Moore are still cast. At a 'vortex' spot where many creatures were seen, Colvin and his team encounter an energy field whose behavior leads Colvin to a breakthrough. Using an array of facts, figures, and synchronicities, Colvin shocks listeners to one of America's top conspiracy shows, The Grassy Knoll, by explaining who Mothman may really be, and what his prophecies may really mean.