Much as been written, lately, about Marfa Lights in Texas, about the living-pterosaur conjecture. But what about other flying lights in the United States? Could ropen-like bioluminescent flying creatures of the night live in many areas of North America? It’s looking more and more like they do live in the United States, for more reports keep coming in. A recent comment came from someone named “Josh,” who reports strange gliding lights in Florida. The comment was on an older post on this blog: Cryptozoology Book: Live Pterosaurs in America. Here is part of that comment:
I live in Miami, FL. I’m fairly close to the water, so I’m not inland. . . . I know what airplane
lights look like and can always hear an engine. . . . have seen some unexplained lights… very faint in the air. They looked to be gliding in a very easy manner. . . . after reading some accounts, I think what I saw was a ropen letting off its bioluminescence . . .
It was . . . almost dark . . . What caught my eye was the bright radiation like light coming from the belly of this Pterodactyl looking animal. I seen it fly right above us maybe 150 -200 feet and this thing wasn’t no bat it was bigger with large wing span and when it flapped its wings it was kind of a slow lazy flap . . .
My associates and I have a unique perspective, having studied the ropen light of Papua New Guinea. We know, from many eyewitness testimonies, that those nocturnal lights correlate with sightings of glowing flying creatures described like giant Rhamphorhynchoid pterosaurs. We suspect that some American “ghost lights” are from living pterosaurs . . .
“Near the MLVP [near Marfa, Texas], Hendricks saw a light come down and move about in the nearby bushes, like an animal would. In the morning, he searched those bushes but found nothing. I suspect that Hendricks had witnessed a ropen-like nocturnal flying predator that was chasing a Big Brown Bat.”
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