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Pterosaur Flies in Los Angeles County

Live pterodactyls flying over Los Angeles? It must be a low-budget Hollywood sci-fi, right? Wrong! From San Fernando Valley to Lakewood, Los Angeles County has reports of featherless flying creatures, some of which have long tails. The word that keeps coming up is “pterodactyl.”

In Altadena, just north of Pasadena, in about 1968, a creature flew right up over a mountain ridge. How was that flyer unlike a bird? The wingspan was like the length of a bus.

In Santa Fe Springs, in 2005, a creature the size of a Cesna airplane shocked family members who were about to gather for a family Easter celebration.

In Lakewood, northeast of Long Beach, in June of 2012, a lady encountered a “dragon-pterodactyl” that had a wingspan at least six feet wide and a long tail with a “triangle” at the end of that tail.

storm canal in Lakewood, California

Storm channel in Lakewood, CA, where “dragon-pterodactyl” flew in daylight, as witnessed by a lady who was in her backyard to the left


Pterosaur Sightings Near Whittier, California

Over the past ten years, eyewitnesses have reported living pterosaurs (AKA pterodactyls) flying over eastern Los Angeles County, sometimes around Whittier.

Live Pterosaurs in Southeast United States

She had driven less than ten miles . . . entering an area of thick woods . . . when an animal suddenly flew from the right, just over the front of her car. . . . She was stunned . . . It was the tail; she looked up at a “very long” tail that had a strange shape at the end

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