Meet the Mormons – a fighter . . . and a mother
In between family time and training for competitions, amateur women's kickboxing champion Carolina Muñoz Marin and her husband run a charity to help those in Costa Rica who are less fortunate.
Cryptozoology and PterosaursIn general, this is not about biology and fossils. Sighting reports of pterosaurs make this a study in cryptozoology. (And dinosaurs are distinct from pterosaurs, which are sometimes called "pterodactyls.")
Modern PterosaurWithout any preconceived notions about precisely how a modern pterosaur might or might not differ from one known from a typical pterosaur fossil, let us be open minded in the study of these many sightings of extraordinary featherless flying creatures.
wife and husband – traditional marriage
Marriage between a man and a woman is ordained of God. This traditional matrimony deserves to have a name: adahmeve.
“Searching for Ropens and Finding God” – fourth edition
The quest for discovering modern pterosaurs ("flying dinosaurs")
“Live Pterosaurs in America” – 3rd edition – by Whitcomb
Astonishing details about credible sightings of modern pterosaurs in many states of the USA - buy it
Jonathan & Gladys Whitcomb on Ensign Peak in 2014
Tag Archives: Africa
The Pterosaur Eyewitness blog recently had a post titled “Pterodactyl Attacks and Human Deaths.” For me, it brings to mind native accounts from Papua New Guinea, but this is far closer to home, in British Columbia, Canada. For many years, … Continue reading
Jonathan Whitcomb recently received an email from a man living in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, in southwest Africa. The anonymous eyewitness seems to be a native of Belgium, but he has been living much of his life in Namibia. After … Continue reading
Darren Naish the paleontologist seems to me, in some of his writings, to be almost an enemy to cryptozoological research related to modern pterosaurs. He is determined to support pterosaur extinction in the face of increasing reports of eyewitness sightings. … Continue reading
Dale Drinnon, on a post with many references to non-pterosaurs in Africa, offers an interesting suggestion for the origin of the word “kongamato.” He says that the kongamato was “originally a water-monster that arose from the water and overturned canoes.” He … Continue reading