Indrid Cold (or Kuld) is the name of an interesting character from John Keel’s The Mothman Prophecies. Keel documented that several people received mysterious phone calls that only had beeping or loud screeching noises when they answered them during the 1966 Mothman Flap. Other calls were interrupted by static or disconnected entirely. The problems were not limited to phones, police radios and televisions were also affected in the area of Point Pleasant, West Virginia in 1966.
Other weird calls to Keel during this time were credit to Indrid Cold, sometime thought to be a Grinning Man, sometimes an alien, often telepathic, always creepy.
While it could have been most anything, I posted and several very interesting comments followed, included a new one posted below in full.
Dear Madam: Sir,
Concerning my last Indrid posting; I made the mistake of not mentioning who my Indrid-information is for, which resulted in uninterested parties who contacted me, which is OK, but not very interesting. I do have information concerning Indrid Kuld, for certain viewers who have a legitimate reason to know it. If you are someone who has had experience with dealing with the likes of Indrid, then feel free to contact me. If not, then I cant help you with that. As well; Im posting this here and not in an Indrid Kuld forum or Indrid support group, because I dont need to be told what a Kuld is and so on and Im not trying to be rude; Im just trying to fit my information about it, to the people who could actually use it…
Indrid and the likes are a very destructive force. So, this isnt about the betterment of man, not to them. People, who develop a fascination for such a thing, tend to fail to realize that… That, they’re here to help us and all that other crap. On the same token, there are such creatures in existence, similarily situated, who can and do help us, but, the nation of the Indrid’s aint them. So, in this manner, the Indrid-Kuld, so-called saviors, Gods and messengers are the ones grand-standing with what they’re doing, for the fact that they out number the other ‘types,’ who could care. For that reason, their so-called messages of profecy and what not, have filtered down to the human and quite naturally they believe that what the alleged ‘angels,’ have to say is the only alternative reality available to them. Not true. The ‘nation of Indrid,’ is a very negative enterprise. For whatever reason they have, they decided to be the ones to come here and predict horrible disasters. In that same light, one would assume that they are the ones causing the disasters, which they predict and essentially thats true. Imagine ‘them,’ telling you what your future is or imagine them telling you when you are going to die or what the fate of the earth is, after they have proven to you that they are never wrong about their predictions and on top of that imagine that all of their predictions revolve around death and destruction… Thats what they do. Furthermore, the deaths and or disasters they predict are unchangeable, in that the predicted destruction cant be stopped. Its true that some things could be changeable in some cases, but thats far from the point, which is, they aint really trying to help anyone and yes, they dont help me either. They’re loaded with predictions, funky sayings that they wake you up with at 3:00 am, phone calls that are loaded with obscure information yet its still intelligeable and so on. They’re useless. The only thing I can do with their predictions, is make my plans as such to avoid any disasters I may need to, which may effect me and typically they predict grandiosities and large scale stuff that one or even 100 people couldnt do anything to change. They grand-stand with their homicidal predictions and what, expect the people who they predict to, to show everyone else what is going to happen, because they’re supposed to feel guilty if they dont? Yeah right. My argument to that, is if the Indrid needs to tell people about the catastrophies they cause, then they need to tell it to the so-called ‘non-believers,’ their self. So, in those respects, the Indrids in question have always limited their manipulations to a minority of people and that should show the maliciousness of the phenomena. It aint no God-Damn mental illness either, although, the phenomena does behave like a social disease, in that the Indrids tend to spread their nonsense to the people who know the so-called contactee and that theme is present in most all the other phenomena of similarity, which reminded me when posting this to tell the viewer that if they dont have any experience with the Indrids, then please dont contact me per an informant need.
The name Indrid Kuld, is a strange one. Like all names, it denotes a personality and a personalism, which is exactly what Indrid is not. The Indrids in question are essentially intelligences that are totally impersonal, heartless and cold blooded. If you think a serial killer is bad, they dont even compare. I could easily say, that if there is such a thing as the devil and demons, that they’re all more or less a bunch of Indrids…. …same difference. The name Indrid Kuld, seams like perhaps a Russian or German name, or maybe Slovic. I dont know. One would ask me why Indrid hasnt killed me… …cant answer that either. What I can say, is that Indrid, like all others of the same variety, expect the so-called ‘contactee,’ to sell out to them. In my case, Indrid has invested quite a bit of informational gems, which is strange, because I never told said Indrid that I want what he ‘it,’ has to offer and theres more to it than just predictions. So, in this manner, what that amounts to is me pilfering and stealing his secrets and he doing the same to me. One of those secrets being that the general person would assume that an Indrid Kuld is male and thats not the case. Most of these creatures are female. In their case, they can appear to the person as anything they want but most of them have been engendered with female attributes. In fact, when they communicate with what you could call one of their victims, often times they even use a female voice, human-like of coarse. What they want, is to be like a human being in terms of experiencing what a human experiences in this world. We know about them in a subliminal way and they know about us in a deliberate, serreptitios, yet intentional way. One of the interesting things about the Indrid Kuld story, is that Indrid is deduced as someone who can pass for a human being and is neither considered to be an alien, angel or demon. However, what Indrid is, is basically an extraterrestrial, which comes from another world, simply by intending to do so or just by thinking about it, theres no space-ship involved. Our world to Indrid, is like a movie screen and he is like a character in a movie which is being projected on to this world from his. Its sort of like that. So, they arent all that real on the one hand, but are very real on the other. I hope you enjoyed this reading and I hope it sheds some light on the issue.