When I first started doing my admittedly minimal research into the Mothman/Cornstalk Curse/Point Pleasant story, I was doing it with the intention of writing an adventure for Shadowrun 3rd Edition, and I needed real-world background to adapt to a game with both magic and high technology. So the idea of the cursed land (which I think is really tenuous, even if you assumed that curses were real and could be placed on entire areas) combined with man's voluntary corruption of the land, really captured my interest. At this point in my life, I would love to go tour the area, but since it is so polluted and toxic, I'm pretty sure that's not going to happen.
Of course, now that I have gotten into all things Lovecraftian, I can totally see Point Pleasant as an epicenter of cultist activities and pan-dimensional conflict.
For Bob (no one else, don't click): in case you did not have. Multiple formats, one should work for you, although the LIT file is actually completely proof-read, unfortunately (I hate LIT). Skip to the end, the last little bit in the last chapter is the really weird one.
Gray Barker=carnival barker, John Keel=how did it feel