Scott Norman's Pterosaur Sighting
In the second half of 2007, living-pterosaur investigators were active in a new sighting area. The location they kept secret but it's
known to be on the west coast of the United States. Some of the men had been on cryptozoological expeditions in Africa or Papua New
Guinea, including Scott Norman.
On one of the first nights of observation, Scott stayed up later than the other researchers.
He'd been skeptical after watching an unclear video that others thought might be a pterosaur; he was sure it was just a bird. But
in the early morning hours of July 19th, he saw something large fly nearby: no bird.
Silent, with stars for a background, the
dark creature flew twenty feet high, over a shed only twenty feet from Scott. Although it was dark, there was no mistaking it: a wingspan
of eight to ten feet, a head three to four feet long, and a two-foot-long head-crest that reminded him of a Pteranodon. The wings
were more bat-like than bird-like.
How does this sighting relate to the ropen sightings in Papua New Guinea? Investigators were
attracted to this area in the Western United States by a familiar eyewitness description: Flashes of light that often look like meteors
but occasionally look different. Also, the landowner, who allowed the men to search on his property, had seen a large ropen-like creature
to see the clear form of a living pterosaur while looking for one.
few months after his historic sighting, he fell ill; to the sorrow of many friends, relatives, and cryptozoology associates, Scott
left this world for a better, where extinction itself is extinct and where life never ends.
Scott Norman's passing, on February
29th, just days before he would have turned forty-four, caused a partial disclosure of the secret living-pterosaur searches in the
Western U.S.. Investigations continued through 2007 and into 2008, but the landowner insists on location-secrecy. By early 2009, some
trespasser had fired a
gun at one of the creatures. The landowner has no desire for any curious crowds, even if they
trespassed with no guns.
Many areas of the United States have had their sightings: New
Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas,
Florida, Georgia, South
Carolina, Pennsylvania, New York State, Ohio, Wisconsin, and
California. Reports continue to come in about pterosaurs.
eyewitnesses of ropen-like creatures seen in the United States.
cryptozoological investigations across the U.S.
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