An interesting story has appeared on Jonathan Whitcomb's blog:
Japanese World War II ship shelled pterosaur caves
Three days ago, I received an email from R.K. (anonymous), of the
” . . . it was the japs [Japanese miliary] on the island who were attacked by the kor. They [Japanese soldiers] apparently shot several wounding them then followed them to cves [caves] and blew [blew up] the entrances. They called ships fire on the hills and pounded them for several hours.”
R.K. asks an interesting question: “I wonder if there is a record of that somewhere?” Perhaps there is an old Japanese veteran who knows about this or has written about the battle with those creatures. If so, perhaps the word used for those creatures would be “dragons.”
Jonathan Whitcomb Says:
February 25th, 2010 at 4:30 am
Since the end of World War II, Japanese veterans (and the population as a whole), in general, have been hesitant to talk about the military experiences. But this encounter with the “kor” of northern
Anyone out there have any information?
This is awfully interesting, and it's one I hadn't heard before. If these critters exist, that would be the place! However... and oddly... we've had a fair number of "Big Bird" sightings here in Vermont [New England]. No pictures that I know of, but I've interviewed a few witnesses and clearly they are not confusing small airplanes with gigantic creatures with flapping wings.
Thanks for the comment. It is interesting there seem to be more sightings coming forward. Please post and let us know how your research is going.
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