Live Pterosaurs in
the United States
The location they kept secret but it's
known to be on the west coast of the
United States. Some of the men had
on cryptozoological expeditions in Africa
or Papua New Guinea, including Norman.
In the spring of 2008,
a man walked out
the back door of his house and noticed
some kind of creature flying high overhead:
at the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary, the man saw something that he later
connected with the ropen of Papua New Guinea: a long-tailed pterosaur-like creature. . . no feathers.
While driving his cruiser through the wee hours one morning 1976, Policeman Arturo Padilla of San Benito, Texas, spotted something
unusual in his headlights. It looked like a big bird. A really big bird.
"Live Pterosaurs in
America" includes details on the South Carolina sighting by Wooten
saw it when driving down the highway. . .
It looked as big as any car, and had NO feathers, not like a huge
crane or egret, but like a humongous bat. . . . Big thing coming out of its forehead . . .
The ropen of Papua
New Guinea has been described by some eyewitnesses as a "pterodactyl."
On February 24, 1976 three
school teachers in San Antonio, Texas were driving . . . Suddenly a shadow appeared, engulfing the entire width of the road. Looking
upward they caught sight of an enormous flying creature they had never seen before. . . no feathers
. . . resembled
to document, then analyze, eyewitness accounts of living pterosaurs
At least six Americans participated,
beginning in the 1990ís with Carl Baugh of Texas, followed by Paul Nation, and (in 2004) Jonathan Whitcomb, Garth Guessman, and David