Oct 122010
 

Apparent pterosaurs have been reported in St. Louis, Missouri, and in North Carolina, in recent communications with eyewitnesses. They deserve attention here.

St. Louis Pterosaur

The man and his grandmother saw the large apparently smooth-skinned creature, on July 15, 2004, flying about a hundred feet above an Arby’s restuarant in St. Louis . . .  it did have the diamond-shaped tail end. [Missouri sighting]

North Carolina Pterosaur (comment by Adri)

I saw something extremely similar . . .  something HUGE above me in the sky. It looked like a pale greenish white and smooth-skinned. It didn’t appear to have any feathers, and it had the tail with the diamond shape on the end. . . .  I just looked up the Rhamphorhynchus and it was definitely similar to what I saw. [Jacksonville, North Carolina]

Oh, I saw the creature at about 7:20AM-7:30AM on October 7th, 2010. I’m sure I’m not the only person to see it. I stopped my car and pulled over to look at it more in depth, since I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. . . .

In addition to the above two sightings that were reported in 2010 (sighting-reports, not necessarily years that sightings took place), we have a 2010-report of a sighting in South Carolina (not the Wooten sighting).

Sighting in South Carolina

. . . It was huge, as big as a plane . . .  a huge pterodactyl-looking creature, flying very high in the sky. . . . Years later in college . . . with some friends . . .  one of them ended up blurting out that he saw a pterodactyl. I told him I had seen one too and as it turns out, he was at the same soccer camp in Clinton, SC when he saw it. . . .

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  1. […] Pterosaurs Sightings in St. Louis and in North Carolina The man and his grandmother saw the large apparently smooth-skinned creature . . . flying about a hundred feet above an Arby’s restuarant in St. Louis [Missouri] . . . […]

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