Cryptozoology book on the “Civil War

pterodactyl” photograph

From the introduction of the book: Why don't we dive into the Ptp photograph in the first chapter? After all, it's the main subject of the book. You probably need to put on winter clothing, so to speak, before you try to fly down a ski slope. Take the time to insulate yourself against generations of indoctrination into the Western philosophy of total extinctions of basic types of life. Without protection, your skin will become numb, and your eyes, snow-blind. You need to know what people have been encountering around the world, before you can see clearly what's in the Ptp photo.

From the first chapter

In the summer of 2014, a well-known biology professor at a Midwestern university wrote a scathing blog post about my online writings concerning apparent modern pterosaurs. It included ridiculing the lack of photos of the creatures on my web pages. Whatever pages he had seen, it appears he failed to notice the ones that examined the photo now called Ptp. Yet few were my blog posts written in 2013 on the “Civil War pterodactyl” photo, and they were mostly just my answers to skeptics: my four posts explaining why the hoax explanations were far from reasonable. It seems I was not yet prepared, however, for any deep analysis of the photo, or perhaps I was just too deeply involved in eyewitness testimonies.

From Chapter 3

I just want to report a sighting of a pterodactyl looking animal. My sighting took place last night . . . I saw what appeared to be a gray skinned pterodactyl . . . clear as day . . . My son [16 years old] and I were in the car and we both saw the same thing. . . .

From Chapter 4

While I was writing dozens of web pages and blog posts on reports of apparent modern pterosaurs, my associates were exploring more than writing, although David Woetzel did write a paper published in a journal of science: “The Fiery Flying Serpent.”
What nonfiction book in history has come as such a shock as this? Not only have skeptical dismissals of the Ptp photograph been answered in scientific details but independent evidence is offered to back it up. This is a photo of an extant pterosaur in human times: nonfiction.
Cryptozoology Book
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
Cryptozoology is the study or search for “hidden animals” (not yet discovered or acknowledged by Western scientists in general)

Cryptozoology book on the “Civil War

pterodactyl” photograph

From the introduction of the book: Why don't we dive into the Ptp photograph in the first chapter? After all, it's the main subject of the book. You probably need to put on winter clothing, so to speak, before you try to fly down a ski slope. Take the time to insulate yourself against generations of indoctrination into the Western philosophy of total extinctions of basic types of life. Without protection, your skin will become numb, and your eyes, snow-blind. You need to know what people have been encountering around the world, before you can see clearly what's in the Ptp photo.

From the first chapter

In the summer of 2014, a well-known biology professor at a Midwestern university wrote a scathing blog post about my online writings concerning apparent modern pterosaurs. It included ridiculing the lack of photos of the creatures on my web pages. Whatever pages he had seen, it appears he failed to notice the ones that examined the photo now called Ptp. Yet few were my blog posts written in 2013 on the “Civil War pterodactyl” photo, and they were mostly just my answers to skeptics: my four posts explaining why the hoax explanations were far from reasonable. It seems I was not yet prepared, however, for any deep analysis of the photo, or perhaps I was just too deeply involved in eyewitness testimonies.

From Chapter 3

I just want to report a sighting of a pterodactyl looking animal. My sighting took place last night . . . I saw what appeared to be a gray skinned pterodactyl . . . clear as day . . . My son [16 years old] and I were in the car and we both saw the same thing. . . .

From Chapter 4

While I was writing dozens of web pages and blog posts on reports of apparent modern pterosaurs, my associates were exploring more than writing, although David Woetzel did write a paper published in a journal of science: “The Fiery Flying Serpent.”
What nonfiction book in history has come as such a shock as this? Not only have skeptical dismissals of the Ptp photograph been answered in scientific details but independent evidence is offered to back it up. This is a photo of an extant pterosaur in human times: nonfiction.
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
Cryptozoology Book
Cryptozoology is the study or search for “hidden animals” (not yet discovered or acknowledged by Western scientists in general)

Cryptozoology book

on the “Civil War

pterodactyl”

photograph

From the introduction of the book: Why don't we dive into the Ptp photograph in the first chapter? After all, it's the main subject of the book. You probably need to put on winter clothing, so to speak, before you try to fly down a ski slope. Take the time to insulate yourself against generations of indoctrination into the Western philosophy of total extinctions of basic types of life. Without protection, your skin will become numb, and your eyes, snow- blind. You need to know what people have been encountering around the world, before you can see clearly what's in the Ptp photo.

From the first chapter

In the summer of 2014, a well-known biology professor at a Midwestern university wrote a scathing blog post about my online writings concerning apparent modern pterosaurs. It included ridiculing the lack of photos of the creatures on my web pages. Whatever pages he had seen, it appears he failed to notice the ones that examined the photo now called Ptp. Yet few were my blog posts written in 2013 on the “Civil War pterodactyl” photo, and they were mostly just my answers to skeptics: my four posts explaining why the hoax explanations were far from reasonable. It seems I was not yet prepared, however, for any deep analysis of the photo, or perhaps I was just too deeply involved in eyewitness testimonies.

From Chapter 3

I just want to report a sighting of a pterodactyl looking animal. My sighting took place last night . . . I saw what appeared to be a gray skinned pterodactyl . . . clear as day . . . My son [16 years old] and I were in the car and we both saw the same thing. . . .

From Chapter 4

While I was writing dozens of web pages and blog posts on reports of apparent modern pterosaurs, my associates were exploring more than writing, although David Woetzel did write a paper published in a journal of science: “The Fiery Flying Serpent.”
What nonfiction book in history has come as such a shock as this? Not only have skeptical dismissals of the Ptp photograph been answered in scientific details but independent evidence is offered to back it up. This is a photo of an extant pterosaur in human times: nonfiction.
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
Cryptozoology Book
Cryptozoology is the study or search for “hidden animals” (not yet discovered or acknowledged by Western scientists in general)