Cryptozoology Book Live Pterosaurs in America
Rhamphorhynchoid pterosaur - long-tailed ropen
Pterosaurs Still Living
"Reports of huge flying “pterodactyls” in American skies have floated around the internet for years; but before about 2005, details were scarce. When an eyewitness was named, the interviewer was often anonymous; even when an eyewitness was credible, and the account published in a newspaper, the story was ridiculed, discouraging others who had also seen strange flying creatures. Where could eyewitnesses go? What a predicament for them! Who would believe their reports?" (from the first page of the book Live Pterosaurs in America)
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Nonfiction book Live Pterosaurs in America  —expanded and improved third edition
part of the sketch drawn by the eyewitness: U.S. Marine Eskin Kuhn book about living pterosaurs in the United States of America "Live Pterosaurs in America" third edition paperback book - back cover
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Excerpts: Chapter 3  “ . . . It was probably 1982 when me and my older brother were sitting in our carport at Union Village Apartments, in Texarkana, AR. It was getting dark but there was plenty of light in the sky when we saw what we believe to be a pterodactyle. The wingspan seemed to be about 25’ to 30’ [feet] wide. It was probably about 70’ [feet] to 80’ off the ground, flying over a large tree in front of the house. I never saw the wings flap; it just glided on air. The incident was very brief but nonetheless was an awesome sight to see. If someone would have told me that they had seen a creature like that, I doubt I would have believed the story until I saw it for myself.” From another eyewitness: “ . . . what I saw I remember distinctly and will never forget. I was twenty years old, taking a camping trip with my boss and his friends,  . . . [probably] near the Maryland- Virginia line in the Chesapeake area. We were tubing [inner-tube] in the river, some time in the morning or early afternoon. . . . My boss and I suddenly saw . . . a flying object that was strange. . . . we knew it was quite far away, but it was as big as a regular bird would appear up close. It was gliding, with an occasional slow, smooth flap. We were talking about it, but, as it approached, words ceased, and amazement took over.” How did Living Pterosaurs Avoid Scientific Discovery for so Many Decades? From the author Jonathan Whitcomb: “Since the time of Darwin, many scientists have assumed that some general types of animals became extinct long ago. One of the assumptions is that all species of dinosaurs and pterosaurs died off before any humans existed. “Actual human experience, however, gives us a different picture: At least hundreds of thousands of eyewitnesses worldwide have seen living pterosaurs, and real science must progress with human experience.”
“Flying dinosaurs” — living, not extinct — actual animals: modern pterosaurs
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Email contact form for Jonathan Whitcomb Strange lights fly in this area of Texas a few times each year part of the sketch drawn by the eyewitness: U.S. Marine Eskin Kuhn part of the sketch drawn by the eyewitness: U.S. Marine Eskin Kuhn
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Pterosaurs Still Living
Rhamphorhynchoid pterosaur - long-tailed ropen
Cryptozoology Book Live Pterosaurs in America
"Reports of huge flying “pterodactyls” in American skies have floated around the internet for years; but before about 2005, details were scarce. When an eyewitness was named, the interviewer was often anonymous; even when an eyewitness was credible, and the account published in a newspaper, the story was ridiculed, discouraging others who had also seen strange flying creatures. Where could eyewitnesses go? What a predicament for them! Who would believe their reports?" (from first page of the book Live Pterosaurs in America)
Email contact form for Jonathan Whitcomb
Nonfiction book Live Pterosaurs in America —expanded, improved 3rd edition
book about living pterosaurs in the United States of America "Live Pterosaurs in America" third edition paperback book - back cover
Back cover - book: non-extinct pterosaurs
Excerpts: Chapter 3  “ . . . It was probably 1982 when me and my older brother were sitting in our carport at Union Village Apartments, in Texarkana, AR. It was getting dark but there was plenty of light in the sky when we saw what we believe to be a pterodactyle. The wingspan seemed to be about 25’ to 30’ [feet] wide. It was probably about 70’ [feet] to 80’ off the ground, flying over a large tree in front of the house. I never saw the wings flap; it just glided on air. The incident was very brief but nonetheless was an awesome sight to see. If someone would have told me that they had seen a creature like that, I doubt I would have believed the story until I saw it for myself.” From another eyewitness: “ . . . what I saw I remember distinctly and will never forget. I was twenty years old, taking a camping trip with my boss and his friends,  . . . [probably] near the Maryland- Virginia line in the Chesapeake area. We were tubing [inner-tube] in the river, some time in the morning or early afternoon. . . . My boss and I suddenly saw . . . a flying object that was strange. . . . we knew it was quite far away, but it was as big as a regular bird would appear up close. It was gliding, with an occasional slow, smooth flap. We were talking about it, but, as it approached, words ceased, and amazement took over.” How did Living Pterosaurs Avoid Scientific Discovery for so Many Decades? From the author of Live Pterosaurs in America, Jonathan Whitcomb: “Since the time of Darwin, many scientists have assumed that some general types of animals became extinct long ago. One of the assumptions is that all species of dinosaurs and pterosaurs died off before any humans existed. “Actual human experience, however, gives us a different picture: At least hundreds of thousands of eyewitnesses worldwide have seen living pterosaurs, and real science must progress with human experience.”
part of the sketch drawn by the eyewitness: U.S. Marine Eskin Kuhn
“Flying dinosaurs” — living, not extinct — actual animals: modern pterosaurs
Strange lights fly in this area of Texas a few times each year part of the sketch drawn by the eyewitness: U.S. Marine Eskin Kuhn part of the sketch drawn by the eyewitness: U.S. Marine Eskin Kuhn
copyright 2008-2017 Jonathan Whitcomb
Email contact form for Jonathan Whitcomb
Pterosaurs Still Living
Rhamphorhynchoid pterosaur - long-tailed ropen
"Reports of huge flying “pterodactyls” in American skies have floated around the internet for years; but before about 2005, details were scarce. When an eyewitness was named, the interviewer was often anonymous; even when an eyewitness was credible, and the account published in a newspaper, the story was ridiculed, discouraging others who had also seen strange flying creatures. Where could eyewitnesses go? What a predicament for them! Who would believe their reports?" (from the first page of the book Live Pterosaurs in America)
Cryptozoology Book Live Pterosaurs in America
Email contact form for Jonathan Whitcomb
Nonfiction book Live Pterosaurs in America —expanded, improved 3rd edition
book about living pterosaurs in the United States of America "Live Pterosaurs in America" third edition paperback book - back cover
Back cover - book: non-extinct pterosaurs
Excerpts: Chapter 3  “ . . . It was probably 1982 when me and my older brother were sitting in our carport at Union Village Apartments, in Texarkana, AR. It was getting dark but there was plenty of light in the sky when we saw what we believe to be a pterodactyle. The wingspan seemed to be about 25’ to 30’ ft wide. It was probably about 70’ [ft] to 80’ off the ground, flying over a large tree in front of the house. I never saw the wings flap; it just glided on air. The incident was very brief but nonetheless was an awesome sight to see. If someone would have told me that they had seen a creature like that, I doubt I would have believed the story until I saw it for myself.” From another eyewitness: “ . . . what I saw I remember distinctly and will never forget. I was twenty years old, taking a camping trip with my boss and his friends,  . . . [probably] near the Maryland-Virginia line in the Chesapeake area. We were tubing [inner-tube] in the river, some time in the morning or early afternoon. . . . My boss and I suddenly saw . . . a flying object that was strange. . . . we knew it was quite far away, but it was as big as a regular bird would appear up close. It was gliding, with an occasional slow, smooth flap. We were talking about it, but, as it approached, words ceased, and amazement took over.” How did Living Pterosaurs Avoid Scientific Discovery for so Many Decades? From the author of Live Pterosaurs in America, Jonathan Whitcomb: “Since the time of Darwin, many scientists have assumed that some general types of animals be- came extinct long ago. One of the assumptions is that all species of dinosaurs and pterosaurs died off before any humans existed. “Actual human experience, however, gives us a different picture: At least hundreds of thousands of eyewitnesses worldwide have seen living pterosaurs, and real science must progress with human experience.”
“Flying dinosaurs” — living, not extinct — actual animals: modern pterosaurs
Strange lights fly in this area of Texas a few times each year part of the sketch drawn by the eyewitness: U.S. Marine Eskin Kuhn Email contact form for Jonathan Whitcomb
copyright 2008-2017 Jonathan Whitcomb