Cheesman Lights and Pterosaurs

Evelyn Cheesman, a British biologist well-respected for her discoveries of new species in the southwest Pacific, early in the twentieth century, also discovered a strange flying light deep in the mainland of New Guinea, north of the area where Paul Nation videotaped indava lights seven decades later. In recent years, both lights have been suggested …

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New Book and New Ideas About Marfa Lights

The new second edition of Live Pterosaurs in America has one chapter devoted to the mystery of the weird flying lights that are seen at Marfa, Texas, several times each year: Marfa Lights. Here are some excerpts from that chapter of the cryptozoology book: [Early in 2003, an automatic camera recorded] time-exposed photographs of a light …

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Marfa lights: new insights

I recently interviewed two eyewitnesses of the Marfa Lights of Texas. One was a young man (G.) traveling through Texas early in 2010; the other (H.), a long-term researcher of the Marfa Lights. After each interview, I became more convinced that these strange flying lights are closely related to the ropen lights of Papua New …

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