Dragons in Los Angeles & Birds in the Imagination

We’ve got a strange explanation for what’s been flying around Los Angeles County recently. The cryptozoologist Dale Drinnin has proposed that a woodpecker has made people think they are seeing dragons or pterosaurs. The flying creatures observed, however, are larger and three out of the four of them had long, thin tails that had things …

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Dinosaur Bird in Western States

Pterosaur sightings, even when eyewitnesses use an expression like “dinosaur bird,” are common in the western United States, especially in California. This has been said to be related to the combination of high human population and large land area. Pterodactyls in Southwest USA [In Irvine, California] A huge pterosaur-like creature, in daylight, in August of …

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Pterosaurs Living in the United States

Reports keep poping up: People see what they call “pterodactyl” or “pterosaur” or “featherless flying creature.” And they report those creatures flying in the United States. So why don’t we just look at some of these accounts by state and see what the eyewitnesses experienced? Ohio Pterosaurs With eyewitnesses interviewed by cryptozoologists that have included …

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Garth Guessman, another active cryptozoologist

Literally and figuratively following in the footsteps of his friend David Woetzel, Garth Guessman, of California, has searched for creatures that Western science declares extinct. After these two Americans had consulted with the missionary Jim Blume, on the mainland of Papua New Guinea in 2004, they took a small plane to Umboi Island, home of …

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