February 4, 2011

New Blog About Living Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs

My friend Peter Theiss has started his Dinoplaza blog and one post mentions the second edition of Live Pterosaurs in America. I really do appreciate his contribution to the book, for his interview of an eyewitness is the only reference, in that book, to a sighting in Missouri.

I was also interested in his post "Loch Linnhe Monster."

Loch Linnhe is a sea loch on the west coast of Scotland.  Loch Linnhe is 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) long, and an average of 2 kilometres (1.2 miles) wide.
Theiss mentions four sightings of this cryptid, from the 1940's to 1967.

His January posts include a cryptid sighting in the North Sea during World War I, an Ogopogo sighting in 2009 (lake in Canada), and several others; lake monsters are well covered here, in one instance (Loch Ness), maybe even uncovered.

Thank you, Peter, for becoming a blog writer with an emphasis on cryptozoology.

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