Whitcomb's Cryptozoology Book
"I’ve encountered no eyewitness who described a fruit bat while calling it a pterosaur, and I have encountered many eyewitnesses, many indeed."
Copyright 2010 Jonathan David Whitcomb
Live Pterosaurs in America, Second Edition
Sketch by an eyewitness
By Jonathan David Whitcomb, the world's most experienced living-pterosaur cryptozoologist
This expanded edition has more eyewitness accounts
The Bat Connection
Belief in Live Pterosaurs
Other U.S. Sightings
"First, is it true that 'seeing is believing?' To the point, must we experience a thing personally before believing it exists? Human knowledge includes experiences acquired indirectly: We belief what we’re told, at least sometimes, otherwise we’d be hermits, each ignorant of everything except what each experiences directly, without need for language, without books."
Cryptozoology and Pterosaurs
Excerpts from the book
Many of these lights are from
hunting barn owls (bioluminescent)
Second Edition, late 2010
by Eskin Kuhn
American Ghost Lights
Some American ghost lights cannot be explained away as just hunting barn owls. Consider the Marfa Lights of Texas and the Brown Mountain Lights of North Carolina. Especially intriguing are the Marfa Lights, for they sometimes appear to dance from some intelligent direction.
"The world’s greatest expert on chickens—that’s a fox. The details of that expertise culminate in picking bones, executed differently than, but for the same purpose as, the work of a fossil expert: to make a living. The hope differs: The paleontologist searches for ancient bones somehow protected from the destructive forces of time; the fox, for fresh meat, somehow unprotected by the farmer for a time. Interminable dogmatism keeps both of them searching: one for death anciently; the other, death soon-to-be."
Jonathan Whitcomb interviewed more American eyewitnesses of living pterosaurs than any other cryptozoologist has.
The author, Jonathan Whitcomb