Extinguishing Pterosaur Extinction

I don’t deny that any species of pterosaur has become extinct. Eyewitnesses, however, demonstrate that not all species have become victims of extinction, at least not yet. What we as humans do now—that may influence the life or death of one or more species of pterosaur, however. Human Experience This morning, while gazing out my…

Cryptozoology Book on Pterosaurs

The second edition of the nonfiction book Live Pterosaurs in America is now being published, with online sales channels expected to be open before the end of this month (November, 2010). This edition is greatly expanded with new sighting reports and analysis. This non-fiction cryptozoology book can be found on Amazon.com. Part of the Introduction: This book might make a…

Pterosaurs in Kansas and Arkansas

Let’s consider two states where eyewitnesses report seeing living pterosaurs: Kansas and Arkansas. Both sightings are covered in detail in the book Live Pterosaurs in America, nonfiction cryptozoology. Pterosaur in Kansas “My friend and I were talking and I mentioned that I had seen an extremely large bird that resembled a pterodactyl some years ago…

Marfa Lights in Texas

As of late-2010, only a few of the scientists who had investigated Marfa Lights, the strange ghost lights of Marfa, Texas, had been informed of the living-pterosaur explanation. (Not all lights around Marfa are truly uncommon, however, since the atmospheric conditions sometimes make distant car headlights appear strange.) The cryptozoological possibility seems weird, but there are similarities with…

Bulverism and Pterosaur Sightings

What is bulverism? C. S. Lewis had many insights into human nature. He invented the term “bulverism” for a fault he noticed becoming common in the mid-twentieth century: pointing out one or more supposed weaknesses in ones opponent rather than engaging in reasoning on the subject at hand. I believe the popularity of bulverism has…

Living Nightmare: Attack in the Dead of Winter

Copyright 2010 Jonathan Whitcomb (Reproduce no more than the first three paragraphs, unless given permission to reproduce more. And please link to this page. Thank you. The following is no joke, although the findings have yet to be verified scientifically.) The Nightmare Remember your worst nightmare? Were you glad to wake up? Be grateful. In…

Texas Sighting, 1995

The account of the 1995 Brownsville, Texas, sighting starts with a dog that is acting strangely. The eyewitness (11-12-year-old girl) is afraid that her dog is sick, for it was not eating. “I went outside around late morning . . . I found (the dog) cowering around the side of our house as low as she could get behind…