Susan Wooten first communicated with me, by email, in 2007, and I was delighted that she wanted to share her sighting with others. Over the years, she has established her credibility as a reliable eyewitness of what Western society is sometimes unprepared to accept: Some Americans, sometimes, see flying creatures that can only be described as living pterosaurs. Please consider now her testimony in light of other accounts.
Susan Wooten, of Greenville, South Carolina, was driving from Greenville to Florence (about 1989) when she saw a giant creature glide over the highway. . . . “It looked as big as any car, and had NO feathers, not like a huge crane or egret. . . . it swooped down over the highway and back up gracefully over the pines.” . . . a remote swampy area.
A number of other web pages include parts of Susan Wooten’s testimony of what she observed flying over the highway in South Carolina years ago. It’s important to consider related eyewitness accounts, for some critics have sought to simply dismiss this account as if it were an anomaly. But many Americans have reported similar creatures flying in many states of the United States, from California to Maine and from Washington state to Florida.
Also keep in mind that Ms. Wooten has been interviewed a number of times, over several years, and she is clear about her frame of mind when the sighting happened: She was not under the influence of anything that could have caused her to hallucinate. In addition, several other witnesses stopped their cars on the side of the highway right after the creature had flown overhead; that verifies that she was not alone in observing something very strange.
Shocking? Perhaps, but it is true. Did you know that living pterosaurs have been reported in North America, even in the United States? Read the many eyewitness sighting reports; buy the nonfiction cryptozoology book Live Pterosaurs in America, on Amazon or from the publisher. Your purchase shall help support this research.
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It includes many details not available on web pages, including much about Susan Wooten’s sighting in South Carolina.