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According to the third edition of the book Live  Pterosaurs in America, by Jonathan Whitcomb:  Chapter  One  “Susan Wooten was driving east on Highway 20, to  the town of Florence, [South Carolina] on a clear  mid-afternoon in the fall of about 1989, following a  girl who lived in her dorm, who was driving ahead.  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, not like a  huge crane or egret, but like a humongous bat.”   Chapter  Three  “ . . . It was probably 1982 when me and my older  brother were sitting in our carport at Union Village  Apartments, in Texarkana, AR. It was getting dark  but there was plenty of light in the sky when we  saw what we believe to be a pterodactyle. The  wingspan seemed to be about 25’ to 30’ ft wide. It  was probably about 70’ to 80’ off the ground, flying  over a large tree in front of the house.”
From Appendix of Live Pterosaurs in America:  “How fortunate that Eskin Kuhn was the marine who  stood outside the new barracks on a particular  sunny day around mid-July, 1971! While the other  marines were hanging out inside, this talented artist  was enjoying the lovely weather and looking out  toward the ocean.” [Guantanamo Bay, Cuba] [Kuhn said:] “I saw two pterosaurs . . . 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.”  [Elaborating on sighting by Kuhn] “The Marine  observed details, later recording them in his sketch:  The head was large in proportion, with a large head  crest; the short ‘hind legs’ were attached to the  trailing part of the wings; the vertebrae were  noticeable; the end of the tail had a ‘tuft of hair.’”  
How could it be? Learn for yourself about these amazing encounters in the United States.  Read the third edition of the nonfiction book Live Pterosaurs in America, and become one of those who understand the truth about pterosaur “extinction:” Some species are still living.
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Sketch by eyewitness Eskin Kuhn
Quoting from Searching for Ropens and Finding God  “During those fourteen months of failure to get a ropen’s photograph, I did  get many precious sighting reports from across the United States. While  the game camera may have been triggering two seconds too late to catch  a ropen flying through that storm channel, I responded quickly to many  new eyewitnesses and sometimes got lengthy answers to my questions. I  label that a success . . .” [page 266] “I often sit in front of my computer, only once exploring in a tropical  rain  forest of Papua New Guinea. In the summer of 2009, an email  from the  cryptozoology researcher Richard Muirhead caught my  attention. That’s  how I was introduced to the strange lights  encountered, in the early  twentieth century, by the British biologist  Evelyn Cheesman.”  [page 276]     “Hunting Marfa Lights, by James Bunnell—That’s where I got the details  from years of observations, in southeast Texas, scientific observations of  those flying lights. Bunnell and I agree that the mysterious lights  examined in his book are not glowing owls; but we disagree on what  causes the ones that fly just above the floor of the desert south of Marfa.  Before we get into the complications of those details, consider what some  eyewitnesses describe.” [page 279]
Searching for Ropens and Finding God has been called “the Bible of modern pterosaurs.” It was written after many years of research and expeditions in Papua New Guinea and interviews with eyewitnesses from around the world. What an extraordinary nonfiction book!
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Richard Dobbs, Junior, created this work of art for the nonfiction Searching for  Ropens and Finding God. It was done under the guidance of the eyewitness herself, the lady who saw the flying creature in central Arkansas.
“A brief introduction to living-pterosaur investigations” (Youtube video by the cryptozoologist Jonathan D Whitcomb
Sketch drawn by U.S. Marine Eskin Kuhn