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True-life sightings, Nonfiction cryptozoologyFrom the back cover, excerpts of two sightings: "Susan Wooten was driving east on Highway 20, towards Florence, South Carolina, when something flew just above and in front of her car. With a long tail but no feathers, 'it looked as big as any car.' Scott Norman did not believe he would see a living pterosaur, as he sat alone, taking his turn watching the night sky. A bird is what his friends had probably seen. But at 2:00 a.m., less than forty feet away, what flew over the shed was no bird. The head alone was about four feet long; the head crest, two feet long, like that of a Pteranodon."
Live Pterosaurs in AmericaNot extinct, flying creatures of cryptozoology that some call pterodactyls or flying dinosaurs or prehistoric birds
Category Archives: Cryptozoology
By nonfiction cryptozoology book author Jonathan David Whitcomb I suggest one or more of the following three paperbacks for LDS readers (even though I did not write them especially with Mormons in mind) and for those not of our faith: … Continue reading
Review written by the author of the book Modern Pterosaurs: Jonathan Whitcomb The point of this nonfiction is in the old photograph that is now called “Ptp,” long known by many cryptozoologists and by those fascinated by the paranormal. Consider … Continue reading
This nonfiction will take you on an expedition in search of gigantic modern pterosaurs, what ancient people and present-day natives call “dragons.” Don’t expect photographs of living pterodactyls in this paperback, however, for the author failed to see the flying … Continue reading