Live Pterosaur in Georgia? According to the nonfiction author Jonathan Whitcomb, of Murray, Utah, reports of apparent pterosaurs in Georgia probably relate to sightings of the “Gitmo Pterosaur” in Cuba many years earlier Contact:                                                       KSN News Release Jonathan D. Whitcomb 5347 South New Hampton Dr Murray, Utah 84123                       Press Room on Live Pterosaurs PHONE: 801 590-9692 EMAIL   Blog: Live Pterosaur Twitter - Jonathan Whitcomb For Immediate Release LONG BEACH, Calif/KSN/Jan 2, 2013 --- Reports of living “pterodactyls” in Georgia, during the past seven years, probably relate to sightings of some flying creatures in South Carolina and Florida, according to author Jonathan Whitcomb, of California. He compiled statistics, late in 2012, from sighting reports he received over the past nine years, including accounts from eyewitnesses from  Georgia. Whitcomb believes those flying creatures in the southeastern United States are related to the “Gitmo Pterosaur” of Cuba, a large featherless winged animal, not yet classified in Western biology. David Shroder, living in Towns County, GA, reported to Whitcomb his December 9, 2012, encounter. Two other eyewitnesses were with him at the time:   “There were three of us who saw this bird fly over, in plain sight, in daylight, up close ..... it was a young Pterodactyl . . . I have no doubt and I will defend what we have seen . . .” Whitcomb believes the creature seen by those three eyewitnesses may be the same species as the one seen by Sandra Paradise in 2008, east of Winder, Georgia, in daylight: “I had driven less than ten miles from the house. I had come through a section of pasture, entering into a section of thick woods, driving around a slight curve downhill . . . and suddenly an animal flew out from my right. Alone in the car I shouted out loud ‘What the--- what----what IS THAT?’ and it flew directly in front of my car, across the road.” She told Whitcomb, “It was tan, a lighter brown, like the deer we have here, and as far as I could see was uniform in color. The thing that made me shout was the shape of the tail. . . . I saw it from below, and the tail was very long with a shape on the end.” She also told Whitcomb, “As it crossed my path, in front and slightly above me, I saw it had a head that was curved, like a hammer; the head had a crest on the top that was solid, not feathery at all . . .” Another eyewitness told Whitcomb about the creature he and his wife saw flying in front of their car in Loganville, thirteen miles southwest of Winder, on December 10, 2012: “[We] were driving home at around 1:30 am on Briscoe Road . . . As we crested a hill our light came down across a large flying animal that I instantly thought looked like a pterodactyl . . . I asked my wife if she saw that . . . She replied, ‘Do you mean that . . . pterodactyl that just flew in front of us? Yeah I saw it.’ I tried to put it out of my head but I can’t. I saw what I saw.” Whitcomb is asking for eyewitnesses to come forward and report to him  what they have seen, even if descriptions resemble flying creatures that are thought to have become extinct millions of years ago. For those who want to be anonymous, no names will be revealed. ### KSN News Release Press release published January 2, 2013 Opinions expressed are those of Jonathan David Whitcomb The “Gitmo Pterosaur” of eastern Cuba was sketched by eyewitness Patty Carson Jonathan David Whitcomb, author of three nonfiction cryptozoology books on living pterosaurs, speculates that some flying creatures reported in the states of Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida, may be the same species as the “pterodactyls” seen at the U. S. military station at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in the mid-twentieth century. These two flying creatures were sketched by eyewitness Eskin C. Kuhn, in 1971, when he was a U. S. Marine at Gitmo This book, also called the “Bible of modern pterosaurs,” is titled Searching for Ropens and Finding God, in its third edition. Get ready for both a spiritual and down-to- earth adventure in this cross-genre non- fiction by the modern-pterosaur expert Jonathan David Whitcomb.