|Texan Pterosaur Eyewitnesses|
Around 1983, between Pasadena and Houston, two young men saw something strange flying, but mostly gliding, about 50 feet high and 120 feet away. The creature was leathery and had a "long snake-like tail that terminated in a sort of flange or sail." The "pterodactyl" was about 5 feet long and "completely without feathers."
In early 1976, in Harlingen, Texas, two children saw what they at first assumed was a bird: five feet tall, standing on the ground. The bald-headed creature was dark and had a gorilla-like face except for its sharp, six-inch-long beak.
Not long after the children's sighting, in San Antonio, Texas, three elementary school teachers saw a pterosaur-like creature that they designated a "pterodactyl." It had "bony" wings (like a bat) and a wingspan of 15-20 feet.
In 1982, in Los Fresnos, Texas, an ambulance driver saw a large, dark, flying "birdlike object." The creature, with a wingspan of 5-6 feet, had a "rough texture" (instead of any feathers). After a bit of study, the man associated it with a picture of a pterosaur.
|Pterosaur in Texas|