Book on Pterosaurs                 Marfa Lights                 Pterosaurs in Cuba                 Living Pterosaur                 Email Contact Nonfiction cryptozoology book on pterosaurs - Eyewitness accounts in the United States - Ohio Texas Maine Indiana Florida Kansas Virginia Georgia Missouri Kentucky Michigan Arkansas New York Maryland California Oklahoma Wisconsin New Mexico Rhode Island Pennsylvania South Carolina Washington State The ropen of Papua New Guinea might not be the only living pterosaur in the world. This book about apparent living pterosaurs in the United States could be even more shocking. Ropens are reported in many of the 48 states. Many of the eyewitnesses have been interviewed by the Whitcomb and the more-credible reports are now available for you to read in this book. Jonathan David Whitcomb, also the author of the nonfiction "Searching for Ropens," (renamed “Searching for Dragons” in the third edition) explored in Papua New Guinea, in 2004. After returning to the United States, he then published many web pages. Some eyewitnesses of apparent pterosuars seen in the U.S. found his pages and reported their encounters, which have been in many states: New York, Arkansas, California, Washington State, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Kansas, Oklahoma, etc. Many of them contacted Whitcomb about their own amazing encounters in North America. Read Live Pterosaurs in America. From the Acknowledgements in the book, we read, “In the United States of America—that’s where Scott Norman, in 2007, became the first American cryptozoologist to see a clear form of a living pterosaur while searching for one: a large flying creature with a head three to four feet long. We mourn the passing (from natural causes) of our young friend who is deeply missed in the cryptozoology community.” Cryptozoology book Live Pterosaurs in America, third edition, by Jonathan David Whitcomb ISBN-13: 978-1466292116 Live Pterosaurs in America Third edition of the book by Whitcomb ---- sightings in: In the first chapter, read about the South Carolina sighting by eyewitness Susan Wooten, who saw a creature fly right in front of her car, in daylight. “It looked as big as any car . . . NO feathers, not like a huge crane or egret, but like a humongous bat.” Web site: Copyright 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Jonathan Whitcomb See also "The Great Dinosaur Mystery and the Big Truth," a reply to a libelous web page. Live "pterodactyls!" In the United States? Prepare for a shock if you thought they all died millions of years ago. From the back cover of the nonfiction book: “The author, Jonathan Whitcomb, the world’s most prolific writer on living pterosaurs, here shares with you years of interviews with Americans who have encountered the rare nocturnal flying creatures whose descriptions make them nothing other than pterosaurs, despite extinction dogma. Read the eyewitness accounts and analysis for yourself.” South Carolina pterosaur seen by Susan Wooten (her own amateur sketch of the huge flying creature) Possible landing site in Southern California (page 24) at the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary near Irvine How can giant "pterodactyls," non-extinct, live in the United States? Where are the news headlines about ropen expeditions? And why do about 30% of eyewitnesses doubt their senses?" This book answers these questions and many more. Read the third edition of Live Pterosaurs in America. “I saw two pterosaurs (or pterodactyls . . . what’s in a name?) flying together at low altitude, perhaps 100 feet, very close in range from where I was standing, so that I had a perfectly clear view of them.” . . . The marine observed details, later recording them in his sketch: The head was large in proportion, with a large head crest; . . . the vertebrae were noticeable; the end of the tail had a “tuft of hair.” [sighting in Cuba, 1971) Back cover of Live Pterosaurs in America “with sightings in Washington state, California, New Mexico, Texas, Ohio, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Virginia, Kansas, Indiana, Wisconsin . . .”