Tag Archives: Canada

Ropen Attacks

I recently received an eyewitness report from a man who was one of many children, many years ago, who had seen a giant flying creature in Canada. Please consider some of what this anonymous eyewitness reports, and believe what you … Continue reading

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Validity of Sightings at Night

A recent post on the “Live Pterosaur” blog was about the credibility of sightings at night. I will not quote much of that post here, but I would like to add more ammunition, more eyewitness sightings. Two Eyewitnesses See Two … Continue reading

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“Pterodactyl Attacks”

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

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Three Books by Independent Authors

Three nonfiction cryptozoology books on modern pterosaurs in North America are now available on Amazon. The three authors, Ken Gerhard, Jonathan Whitcomb, and Gerald McIsaac, have independently written their books, with no apparent collaboration between them. I don’t claim complete objectiveness … Continue reading

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More Recent Sighting Reports of Pterosaurs

The sightings themselves are not all recent, but the reports are “Pterodactyl” in California Well, I think it rather obvious what people mean when they describe the wings of a flying creature as like those of a bat: The wings … Continue reading

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Pterosaurs in British Columbia, Canada

Canada might seem too cold, in winter, for flying pterosaurs, but British Columbia, at least, seems to have them, at least sometimes. Regarding the following two sightings, I don’t know if either one was of a living pterosaur, but I … Continue reading

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