|The Green Man|
A photo of the Green Man
|Theories||· Injured human|
The Green Man (real name Raymond Robinson), also known as Charlie No-Face, was a severely disfigured man whose years of nighttime walks made him into a figure of urban legend in western Pennsylvania. Robinson was so badly injured in a childhood electrical accident that he could not go out in public without fear of creating a panic, so he went for long walks at night. Local tourists, who would drive along his road in hopes of meeting him, called him The Green Man or Charlie No-Face. They passed on tales about him to their children and grandchildren, and people raised on these tales are sometimes surprised to discover that he was a real person who was liked by his family and neighbors.
Robinson was eight years old when he was injured by an electrical line on the Morado Bridge, outside of Beaver Falls. The bridge carried a trolley and had electrical lines of both 1,200 volts and 22,000 volts, which had killed another boy less than a year earlier. Robinson survived, defying doctors' expectations, but he was severely disfigured: he lost his eyes, nose, one ear, and one arm.
There are several explanations as to what the creature could be. Theories include:
- An injured man (confirmed)
There are no notable encounters that we could find.
- Raymond Robinson died on June 11, 1985 at the age of 74 in his room at the Beaver County Geriatric Center.