Category Archives: Live Pterosaurs

A new field of cryptozoology: eyewitness accounts of living pterosaurs

Promoting Pterodactyls and the “Mormon Religion”

Did I promote the “Mormon Religion” by publishing my web page “Searching for Ropens and Finding God?” I would be delighted if a reader not yet a member of my church investigated the LDS faith after reading that page, yet … Continue reading

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LDS Nonfiction?

The Amazon page quotes the nonfiction book Searching for Ropens and Finding God: Three Christians—one middle-aged LDS-Mormon high priest and two Protestant young earth creationists—explored Umboi Island in two separate expeditions in 2004, interviewing eyewitnesses of a glowing animal of … Continue reading

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New Edition of Searching for Ropens

The new title for the third edition of my first nonfiction book will be Searching for Ropens and Finding God. This explains cryptozoological investigations of worldwide sightings of apparent modern pterosaurs. Expect many new paragraphs and even new chapters. Here … Continue reading

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Ropen Poetry

With apologies to Emily Dickinson, I post my humble little mutation of a poem: Humor intended, of course I title this “Not everybody embraces a live pterodactyl.” I believe that these bioluminescent nocturnal flying predators eat more than just bats and … Continue reading

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Live Pterosaurs in America, Third Edition

How do you promote the sales of the third edition of your nonfiction book? I’d like to know that. On Amazon, the first two editions of my cryptozoology book Live Pterosuars in America are still being purchased while the newly published (expanded, … Continue reading

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Live Pterosaurs?

Have you noticed the one strange category for posts on this blog? Why “Live Pterosaurs?” It’s just me . . . my specialty in writing two cryptozoology books: Searching for Ropens and Live Pterosaurs in America. I know many fantasies have been written about … Continue reading

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