Introduction to “Live Pterosaurs in America”

From the Introduction of Live Pterosaurs in America (published in 2009), first paragraph:

Front cover of "Live Pterosaurs in America"I know that this book might make a few Americans uneasy to walk alone at night; I am sorry for that. But I’m glad to enlighten as many readers as possible to know about live-pterosaur investigations. Those who’ve been shocked at the sight of a flying creature that “should” be extinct—those eyewitnesses, more numerous than most Americans would guess, need no longer be afraid that everyone will think them crazy; and they need no longer feel alone. Those of us who’ve listened to the American eyewitnesses, we who have interviewed them, we now believe. So, if you will, consider the experiences of these ordinary persons (I’ve interviewed most of them myself) and accept whatever enlightenment you may.

Buy this nonfiction cryptozoology book on Amazon. This book is in English; nevertheless, there are many web pages on modern living pterosaurs, and some of them are in languages other than English: French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.

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About Jonathan Whitcomb

I’m a passionate investigator of reports of living pterosaurs throughout the world. I explored part of Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, in 2004, interviewing many natives who had seen the ropen.

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