Category: Reply to Skeptics

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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...

"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...

Duane Hodgkinson, of Livingston, Montana - eyewitness of a giant ropen 0

Grateful for Pterosaur Sighting Reports

This morning I heard of a father who overheard his boy’s conversation with another little boy who had brought over a new pet: a small green turtle. The man’s son was overheard to say, “I wish I had a turtle. All I got is just a...

Perosaur Sketch by Eskin Kuhn 0

Woodpeckers, Flintstones, and Long-Tailed Pterosaurs

Reply to a Post by Dale A. Drinnon: “Cuban Pterosaurs?” How far some skeptics will go to find a non-pterosaur explanation for pterosaur sightings! Featherless long-tailed flying creatures with long bony head crests are not misidentifications of woodpeckers, but there is more. Dale...

cover, front and back of the nonfiction cryptozoology book "Live Pterosaurs in America" second edition 3

Why Pterosaur Extinction may be Wrong

Western indoctrination into the dogma of universal-extinction of all species of dinosaurs and pterosaurs has been so widespread for so many generations that any mention of the possibility of one species surviving to modern times is often met with extreme skepticism or worse. Let’s...