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Appalachia Kids Hoodies

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HIKING APPALACHIAN TRAIL HIKE HIKER MOUNTAINS HIKED IT LIKED IT

Tags: hiking, appalachian, trail, hike, hiker

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APPALACHIAN TRAIL HIKING NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL

Tags: appalachia, hike, hiking, scenic, national

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Appalachian Nation Design for enthusiasts of the trail.

Tags: appalachia, appalachian-trail, appalachian-trail-hiking, appalachian-mountains, country

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lonely man looking out into night sky

Tags: counting-stars, counting-stras, night-sky, galaxy-stars, lost

Lost the Moon Kids Hoodie

by soaringanchordesigns
$36
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Big Hairy and Scary Bigfoot Edition is the perfect gift for anyone that believes in Bigfoot. King of hide and seek for decades now, Bigfoot is so elusive a drone can't find him. Bigfoot is big hairy and scary. I believe in Bigfoot.

Tags: bigfoot, bigfoot-sasquatch-i-believe, bigfoot-department, bigfoot-saw-me, bigfoot-elusive

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Celebrate the Moth, the Man, the Legend.

Tags: cryptozoology, urban-legend, wv, appalachia, moth-man

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Show some pride

Tags: classic, blue, retro, home, mountains

West Virginia Native Kids Hoodie

by HamburgrHotdog
$36
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This is a maze in the shape of the State of Kentucky. The maze begins on the bottom left and ends on the bottom right.

Tags: frankfort, bluegrass-state, lexington, louisville, red-river-gorge

Tags: flatwoods-monster, flatwoods, braxton, county, west-virginia

Braxxie White Kids Hoodie

by AWSchmit
$36
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This one's my favorite, except in black.

Tags: wv, gotowv, bigfoot, sasquatch, mythology

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This is a maze in the shape of the State of West Virginia. The maze begins near the top and ends on the bottom.

Tags: maze, labyrinth, appalachia, charleston, monongahela-national-forest

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Show your Mountain State pride with this soft, durable, cool and patriotic t-shirt. Great for men, women, girls, boys and kids. This tee shirt is perfect for anyone who calls West Virginia home, no matter where they live. Makes a great birthday, graduation, homecoming, Valentine's Day, Christmas, anniversary gift. Show your West Virginia and USA pride today and order this trendy t-shirt now!

Tags: states, state, united-states-of-america, united-states, heart

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A funny Appalachian joke. :)

Tags: humor, funny, funny-slogan, funny-text, reading

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. I have several design versions available, but this one is the most subtle and mysterious. It features the original drawing with an overlay of a road map of the surrounding area where the sighting took place. The only real hint to anyone not in-the-know is that Flatwoods can be read in the map. Otherwise this one will likely be a head scratcher. It's my personal favorite version of this concept as well. For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: appalachia, appalachian, wv, by-god, 304

Tags: flatwoods-monster, flatwoods, braxton, county, west-virginia

Braxxie Black Kids Hoodie

by AWSchmit
$36
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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. I have several design versions available, but this one is the most subtle and mysterious. It features the original drawing with an overlay of a road map of the surrounding area where the sighting took place. The only real hint to anyone not in-the-know is that Flatwoods can be read in the map. Otherwise this one will likely be a head scratcher. It's my personal favorite version of this concept as well. For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: history, appalachia, appalachian, wv, by-god

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Be afraid, be very afraid!

Tags: 304, appalachia, flatwoods, mythology, monster

Tags: mountains, moonshine, smokey-mountains, appalachia, appalachian

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. I have several design versions available, but this one is the most subtle and mysterious. It features the original drawing with an overlay of a road map of the surrounding area where the sighting took place. The only real hint to anyone not in-the-know is that Flatwoods can be read in the map. Otherwise this one will likely be a head scratcher. It's my personal favorite version of this concept as well. For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: appalachia, appalachian, wv, by-god, 304

Tags: nashville, pot, weed, smoke-weed, smoke

Tags: virginia, appalachian, virginia-creeper-trail, woods, appalachia

Virginia Creeper Trail Kids Hoodie

by MerchFrontier
$36
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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. I have several design versions available, but this one is the most subtle and mysterious. It features the original drawing with an overlay of a road map of the surrounding area where the sighting took place. The only real hint to anyone not in-the-know is that Flatwoods can be read in the map. Otherwise this one will likely be a head scratcher. It's my personal favorite version of this concept as well. For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: history, appalachia, appalachian, wv, by-god

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Creepy Crawly Entomologist Pickup Line Graphic Humor Tee by House Of HaHa Creator Artist and Fan of watching people squirm Melody Gardy. Bugs are cool! Like Moths Beetles Flies Ants Bees Walking Sticks Fire flies, Praying Mantis, Earwigs, Cockroaches? Not everyone loves them, but you can't deny that they can be so interesting. Two thirds of the creatures on the earth are insects. Looking for an original funny saying fashion t-shirt gift? Look no further. Need a birthday Christmas holiday anniversary graduation gift? House of HaHa is an artist owned brand created by Aaron and Melody Gardy. We design & sell hilarious t-shirts, hats, mugs and a variety of other merchandise online at www.HouseOfHaHa.com. We started House Of HaHa hoping to use our talents in art and humor to celebrate our love for geek culture and hopefully free us from our unhappy day jobs in the process. Being the dreamers we are, we also wanted to make the world a better place at the same time - even if we were only creating a few extra laughs in the world. Then we realized we could do so much more than that. T-shirts can start conversations, bring attention to great causes, support amazing artists, and help promote local businesses. Today we try to make sure everything we do to help our business has the potential to also help someone else. So that's a little about where we're coming from and where we're going. We hope to see you along the way! Go to www.HouseOfHaHa.com to follow our nomadic travel adventures camping across America with our dog Grimbo and a camera! Follow House Of HaHa on social media. Thanks & Have A Reasonable Day (:|)

Tags: grays, appalachia, wv, 304, moth-man

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well as added text that lets everyone know who it is they are looking at, The Braxton County Monster! The text in this graphic was printed out, distressed by hand and scanned into the computer making a real distressed text, this isn't a pre-programmed front. I'm low tech, and so are my graphics! For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: moth-man, man, moth, mothman, history

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well as added text that lets everyone know who it is they are looking at, The Braxton County Monster! The text in this graphic was printed out, distressed by hand and scanned into the computer making a real distressed text, this isn't a pre-programmed front. I'm low tech, and so are my graphics! For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: moth-man, man, moth, mothman, history

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A change of view...

Tags: appalachian, appalachia, forest, sunrise, sunset

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well as added text that lets everyone know who it is they are looking at, The Braxton County Monster! The text in this graphic was printed out, distressed by hand and scanned into the computer making a real distressed text, this isn't a pre-programmed front. I'm low tech, and so are my graphics! For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: moth-man, man, moth, mothman, history

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well as added text that lets everyone know who it is they are looking at, The Braxton County Monster! The text in this graphic was printed out, distressed by hand and scanned into the computer making a real distressed text, this isn't a pre-programmed front. I'm low tech, and so are my graphics! For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: moth-man, man, moth, mothman, history

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well as added text that lets everyone know who it is they are looking at, The Braxton County Monster! The text in this graphic was printed out, distressed by hand and scanned into the computer making a real distressed text, this isn't a pre-programmed front. I'm low tech, and so are my graphics! For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: myth, moth-man, man, moth, mothman

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well as added text that lets everyone know who it is they are looking at, The Braxton County Monster! The text in this graphic was printed out, distressed by hand and scanned into the computer making a real distressed text, this isn't a pre-programmed front. I'm low tech, and so are my graphics! For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: moth-man, man, moth, mothman, history

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well a road map of the area in and around the original sighting location. Also included in this design is the, now, iconic wooden sign that hangs at the town limits of Flatwoods, West Virginia, that countless monster fans have taken the pilgrimage to see and snap and selfie with. For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster

Tags: history, appalachia, appalachian, wv, by-god

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. I have several design versions available, but this one is the most subtle and mysterious. It features the original drawing with an overlay of a road map of the surrounding area where the sighting took place. The only real hint to anyone not in-the-know is that Flatwoods can be read in the map. Otherwise this one will likely be a head scratcher. It's my personal favorite version of this concept as well. For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: history, appalachia, appalachian, wv, by-god

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Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well as added text that lets everyone know who it is they are looking at, The Braxton County Monster! The text in this graphic was printed out, distressed by hand and scanned into the computer making a real distressed text, this isn't a pre-programmed front. I'm low tech, and so are my graphics! For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster Thanks for looking!

Tags: moth-man, man, moth, mothman, history

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