Pterosaur in Western Arkansas

Over the years, a number of eyewitnesses have given their accounts of pterosaurs flying in the southern states of the USA, including Texas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Here is a new account of a sighting in western Arkansas, although the sighting itself is old. Pterosaur Sighting in Arkansas “My father and I saw a huge, featherless …

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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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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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Nonfiction books about modern pterosaurs

Whether called “pterosaur,” “pterodactyl,” “Big Bird,” “flying dinosaur,” “dragon,” or “ropen,” this large flying creature, unclassified by modern science, is the subject of several modern nonfiction books. Live Pterosaurs in America Jonathan Whitcomb wrote this nonfiction, in 2009, after receiving many emails from Americans who reported sightings of apparent pterosaurs in the United States. The sighting locations …

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