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Books on Living Pterosaurs

By modern-pterosaur expert Jonathan David Whitcomb Let’s divide these cryptozoology books into three types: Worldwide sightings in general Pterosaur encounters in North America Sightings in the Southwest Pacific In addition, some of the nonfiction books are entirely about these featherless … Continue reading

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Credibility of a Pterodactyl Sighting

By Jonathan David Whitcomb Let’s examine an individual sighting report and its credibility: an account of an apparent living pterosaur in Spain. (I’ve already written much about the overall honesty-credibility of the reports, so we’ll here concentrate on this individual account.) This brief … Continue reading

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Ropen Observed in Alberta, Canada

A family saw an apparent pterosaur flying over the city of Edmonton (Alberta, Canada) recently, and the flying creature appeared to have been a ropen. According to the mother of the children (who were with her in their backyard): I … Continue reading

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Do Dragons Live in Caves?

Many species of bats live in countless caves around the world, but what about larger flying creatures, the ones long thought extinct according to generations of Western traditions? What about ropens, called by some persons dragons? Destination Truth “Demon Flyer” Episode … Continue reading

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