The nonfiction Searching for Ropens and Finding God is called the “Bible of modern pterosaurs.” Slowly professors of biology and paleontologists are admitting the possibility that not all pterosaurs are extinct. Get the facts about sightings of these most astonishing flying creatures.
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Including those who have reported their sightings of apparent living pterosaurs
Whitcomb’s cryptozoology nonfiction Live Pterosaurs in America, third edition, tells Westerners that these extraordinary flying creatures are not confined to remote third- world countries, in unexplored jungles; at least one species, nocturnal and elusive, flies overhead at night in the USA.
The nonfiction Brave women who tell the truth should be published in 2015. From the nonfiction Live Pterosaurs in America, third edition: Page 7: “Susan Wooten was driving east on Highway 20, to the town of Florence, on a clear mid- afternoon in the fall of about 1989 . . . Where the road was surrounded by woods and swamps, Wooten saw something flying from her left, then passing in front of her . . . ‘It swooped down over the highway and back up gracefully over the pines,’ but its appearance was shocking: ‘It looked as big as any car . . . NO feathers . . . like a humongous bat.’” Page 15: “I was delighted when a lady told me, in mid-2007, about a sighting she had around 1991 in a Southern California desert. After buying a copy of my book Searching for Ropens, she had asked the publisher for my contact information. Two years after our emails began, I spoke with her by phone . . . “Dear Mr. Whitcomb [email of June 25, 2007] “I have been haunted for close to twenty years by what I saw in the desert. I have never told anyone due to the fact that I was afraid I would be thought nuts. [The other eyewitness] was in the public eye and did not want to be ridiculed. Anyway I can’t tell you what a relief it is to know I am not alone.” [from an anonymous lady eyewitness] From Searching for Ropens and Finding God, fourth edition: Page 19: “In one of the interviews, Eunice, a school teacher’s wife, described to Carl Baugh an attempted grave robbery. One night, in April of 1993, near the northwest coast of Umboi Island, after a large funeral procession arrived at the burial location, from the sea approached a flying creature with a tail that glowed red like burning embers glow. About two hundred mourners were awake when it flew overhead. [They] banged pots and yelled, whereupon the intruder flew into a nearby swamp and the light disappeared.” Page 31: “Soon after I had questioned Hodgkinson, an Australian lady told me about a flying creature she and her husband, who wish to be anonymous, had observed near the coast of Perth. . . . Her lengthy report encouraged me, when I was only a few days from flying to the southwest Pacific, with astonishing details that strengthened my resolve to go. Her description suggested a ropen, even bigger than the one seen by Hodgkinson, yet hundreds of miles from the tropics.” Page 39: “Evelyn Cheesman, the first woman to be hired as a curator at Regent’s Park Zoo, in London, explored in the southwest Pacific early in the twentieth century, including in New Guinea. She specialized in collecting insects, not interviewing natives, so when the local ‘boys’ of Mondo, on the mainland of New Guinea, avoided her questions about those lights, she left off interviewing, relying on her powers of reasoning to solve the mystery. Alas, the mystery was too deep for her reasoning, and the lights were too distant to reveal any details.” As of mid-November, 2014, the book Brave women who tell the truth is in the early stages of planning.                                                              copyright 2014 Jonathan David Whitcomb