The now famous accounts associated with "the Mothman" began first with a series of sightings beginning with the night of November 12, 1966 near Clendenin, West Virginia. That day, five men were in the local cemetery preparing a grave for burial, when something that looked like a “brown human being” lifted off from some trees and soared over their heads. Baffled and terrified, the men stated that it did not appear to be a bird, but more like a man with wings. In the following days, more sightings would take place, electrifying the region.
Terrifying encounters with the seven to ten foot tall creature continued with great occurrence until the end of 1967. The facts behind these sighting are often debated but recent investigation has shed a great deal of light on this mystery. We now know that the Mothman does exist to this day, and that he was conjured by a novice sorcerer practicing the dark arts in the 1960's.
This case stands as a stark reminder on how dangerous and powerful this magical arts can be, especially when they are used incorrectly and without caution. This sorcerer, who has come claimed responsibility for unleashing this creature onto the world has expressed a great deal of remorse for his actions, and as a form of penitence, has created a number of objects to benefit the good of mankind. This particular item has been conjured to give the person who wears it a number of beneficent abilities: cross-dimensional awareness, omnipresence, and individual temporal stasis(the ability to stop time from your own perspective). The sorcerer responsible for these items wishes to make amends for the terror he unwittingly released by providing these benefits to mankind.