Salt Lake Valley, Utah, 2014
With father and uncle
Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea
Southern California
First page of the scientific paper “Reports of Living Pterosaurs in the Southwest Pacific” (in a peer- reviewed journal of science): “The search for living pterosaurs is cryptozoological. Cryptozoology is the study of ‘hidden’ or ‘unclassified’ zoological species or possible species, especially in the early discovery stages. A number of expeditions in recent years have collected and analyzed eyewitness testimony, primarily in Papua New Guinea.”
Jonathan Whitcomb in the Youtube mini-documentary “Brief Introduction to Living-Pterosaur Investi- gations” (early 2015), including parts of some of his interviews on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, with native eyewitnesses of the nocturnal ropen (the expedition itself was in 2004, with Luke Paina.)
About Jonathan Whitcomb
Whitcomb was a forensic videographer, working for attorney firms in California, before he moved to Utah in 2014.
He was interviewed by the Canadian TV host Richard Syrett on May 5, 2012 (and later in 2012 on Syrett’s radio talk show)
Whitcomb investigated a sighting in Lakewood, California, in 2012
Jonathan Whitcomb was consulted by both Destination Truth and Monsterquest, before their expeditions in Papua New Guinea (American television shows).
Clifford Paiva (physicist in California) and Jonathan David Whitcomb were the leading researchers on the Ptp photograph, in early 2017, finding evidence that the photo was old (probably pre-1870) and that the animal was real. Whitcomb wrote a nonfiction book about it: Modern Pterosaurs.
Live Pterosaurs in America
Searching for Ropens and Finding God
Modern Pterosaurs
Live Pterosaurs in Australia and in Papua New Guinea
By mid-April of 2017, Jonathan David Whitcomb had written four nonfiction cryptozoology books, in nine editions, on sightings of extant pterosaurs
Jonathan D. Whitcomb lives in Murray, Utah, with his wife. If you need to speak with him by phone, call 801-590-9692.
Copyright 2017  Jonathan David Whitcomb
www.jonathanwhitcomb.com/about
About Jonathan Whitcomb
Salt Lake Valley, Utah, 2014
Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea
First page of the scientific paper “Reports of Living Pterosaurs in the Southwest Pacific” (in a peer- reviewed journal of science): “The search for living pterosaurs is cryptozoological. Cryptozoology is the study of ‘hidden’ or ‘unclassified’ zoological species or possible species, especially in the early discovery stages. A number of expeditions in recent years have collected and analyzed eyewitness testimony, primarily in Papua New Guinea.”
Jonathan Whitcomb in the Youtube mini-documentary “Brief Introduction to Living-Pterosaur Investi- gations” (early 2015), including parts of some of his interviews on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, with native eyewitnesses of the nocturnal ropen (the expedition itself was in 2004, with Luke Paina.)
Jonathan Whitcomb was consulted by both Destination Truth and Monsterquest, before their expeditions in Papua New Guinea (American television shows).
Whitcomb was a forensic videographer, working for attorney firms in California, before he moved to Utah in 2014.
Whitcomb investigated a sighting in Lakewood, California, in 2012
He was interviewed by the Canadian TV host Richard Syrett on May 5, 2012 (and later in 2012 on Syrett’s radio talk show)
Clifford Paiva (physicist in California) and Jonathan David Whitcomb were the leading researchers on the Ptp photograph, in early 2017, finding evidence that the photo was old (probably pre-1870) and that the animal was real. Whitcomb wrote a nonfiction book about it: Modern Pterosaurs. (available from online book sellers like Amazon)
Live Pterosaurs in America
Searching for Ropens and Finding God
Modern Pterosaurs
Live Pterosaurs in Australia and in Papua New Guinea
By mid-April of 2017, Jonathan David Whitcomb had written four nonfiction cryptozoology books, in nine editions, on sightings of extant pterosaurs
Jonathan D. Whitcomb lives in Murray, Utah, with his wife. If you need to speak with him by phone, call 801-590-9692.
Copyright 2017  Jonathan David Whitcomb
About Jonathan Whitcomb
Salt Lake Valley, Utah, 2014
Papua New Guinea
First page of the scientific paper “Reports of Living Pterosaurs in the Southwest Pacific” (in a peer- reviewed journal of science): “The search for living pterosaurs is cryptozoological. Cryptozoology is the study of ‘hidden’ or ‘unclassified’ zoological species or possible species, especially in the early discovery stages. A number of expeditions in recent years have collected and analyzed eyewitness testimony, primarily in Papua New Guinea.”
Jonathan Whitcomb in the Youtube mini-documentary “Brief Introduction to Living-Pterosaur Investi- gations” (early 2015), including parts of some of his interviews on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, with native eyewitnesses of the nocturnal ropen (the expedition itself was in 2004, with Luke Paina.)
Jonathan Whitcomb was consulted by both Destination Truth and Monsterquest, before their expeditions in Papua New Guinea (American television shows).
Whitcomb was a forensic videographer, working for attorney firms in California, before he moved to Utah in 2014.
Whitcomb investigated a sighting in Lakewood, California, in 2012
He was interviewed by the Canadian TV host Richard Syrett on May 5, 2012 (and later in 2012 on Syrett’s radio talk show)
Clifford Paiva (physicist in California) and Jonathan David Whitcomb were the leading researchers on the Ptp photograph, in early 2017, finding evidence that the photo was old (probably pre-1870) and that the animal was real. Whitcomb wrote a nonfiction book about it: Modern Pterosaurs. (available from online book sellers like Amazon)
Live Pterosaurs in America
Searching for Ropens and Finding God
Modern Pterosaurs
Live Pterosaurs in Australia and in Papua New Guinea
By mid-April of 2017, Jonathan David Whitcomb had written four nonfiction cryptozoology books, in nine editions, on sightings of extant pterosaurs
Jonathan D. Whitcomb lives in Murray, Utah, with his wife. If you need to speak with him by phone, call 801-590-9692.
Copyright 2017  Jonathan David Whitcomb