Monday, March 9, 2015

Ghostly Plesiosaurs...

Yep, that's the topic of my new Mysterious Universe article.

It begins...

"Imagine crossing the moors and hills of England and encountering what looks like nothing less than a living, breathing pterodactyl! Think it couldn’t happen? It already has. From 1982 to 1983, a wave of sightings of such a creature – presumed extinct for tens of millions of years – occurred in an area called the Pennines, better known as the 'backbone of England.'

"So far as can be determined, thanks to the research of Jenny Randles, the first sighting occurred in September 1982. That was when a man named William Green encountered at Shipley Glen a large, gray colored creature, which possessed a pair of leathery-looking wings. The latter point is notable, since it effectively rules out a significantly sized feathery bird, and does indeed place matters into a pterodactyl category."


  1. Pterosaurs are one of the many strange things people say they have seen in the skies. We have reports of them here in the United States too. Some researchers have even suggested that the Thunderbirds of Native American legend are pterosaurs but I disagree. In Washington State there is a Tribe that claims descent from the Thunderbirds. The Quileute, I believe they are called.

  2. Remember, Nick...

    Bosco Kills!