Live Pterosaur - worldwide sightings

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“Lie” on Wikipedia “Ropen” Article?

I have been practically (but not officially) banned from contributing anything anywhere on Wikipedia. Why? Because I told the truth and was therefore accused of the opposite. This is complicated, so let’s take one step at a time and see if I did contribute anything...

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Is Dracula for Real?

This vampire idea has nothing to do with the Twilight fiction books by Stephenie Meyer or the films from those novels. It’s not directly related to the 1897 Gothic horror novel by Irish author Bram Stoker, either. Since the word “Dracula” has come...

"Norman Huntington" and "Nathaniel Coleman" are pseudonyms for the nonfiction author Jonathan David Whitcomb 0

Who is Norman Huntington?

Pen Names Both “Norman Huntington” and “Nathaniel Coleman” are pseudonyms. Who is behind them and why were those names used? That requires an introduction. Can a writer legitimately and honestly use a pseudonym, AKA a pen name? A variety of conditions can validate this...

nonfiction book by Jonathan Whitcomb: "Searching for Ropens and Finding God" - third edition 0

Many Live Pterosaurs or Coincidences?

While writing the third edition of my biggest (and I believe best) book, Searching for Ropens and Finding God, I came to better realize how many pterosaur encounters we may have in this big world of ours. On page 217 I wrote:...

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Evolution and Living Pterosaurs

I do not insist that others accept my opinions about various concepts of biological evolution, before we can communicate about modern pterosaurs. In the most recent edition of my first book (Searching for Ropens and Finding God, published in April of 2014),...

Gitmo Pterosaur of Guantanamo Bay Cuba, sighting in 1965 0

What is a Ropen? – the Basics

Eyewitness’s sketch of a ropen seen in Cuba around 1965 I recently saw a Facebook comment on the group Living Pterosaurs of the World: “What are the Ropens and Pterodactyls?” I made many comments and recommended online resources (including this blog), and recommended...