A Psychologist Saw a Living Pterosaur
A prehistoric-looking creature flies over an island in Papua New Guinea, according to psychologist Brian Hennessy.
[He] saw, in 1971, a prehistoric-looking creature flying in Papua New Guinea. Brian Hennessy of the Chongqing University of Medical Sciences described [it] as black or dark brown with a "longish narrow tail" and a beak . . . "indistinguishable from the head."
In the daylight of an early morning on Bougainville Island, on a dirt road that led down to the coast, Hennessy heard a slow "flapping" and looked up to see a "very big" creature with a "horn" at the back of its head. . . .[regarding the overall appearance:] "not a feather in sight."
After thirty-five years, in the summer of 2006, a friend of Hennessy referred him to the American, Jonathan Whitcomb, author of the book "Searching for Ropens," who interviewed him. The eyewitness account was added to the second edition of the book [published on May 30, 2007].
Contact: Jonathan Whitcomb, 4503 Walnut Ave, Long Beach, CA 90807 USA, phone 562 440-7945
Papua New Guinea, Southwest Pacific
For Immediate Release
LONG BEACH, Calif
June 8, 2007
Brian Hennessy, a psychologist for a medical university in China, confirmed the credibility of living-pterosaur sightings in general by reporting, in 2006, his own sighting to Jonathan Whitcomb.
1971 Bougainville Island Sighting
Hennessy chose various aspects of the head, with many questionnaire choices, that allowed Whitcomb to make a composite silhouette
of the head, approved by Hennessy.
Read more about this 1971 pterosaur sighting
Below is an excerpt of the original Eworldwire release: