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THE FLYING REPTILE OF NEW YORK?
CAUS newsletter 8-12-99
2) CAUS thanks Ross Melbourne (urza1888@xxxxxxxx) for this
My name is Ross. I'm 14 and I've been a CAUS member for about
now, and I'd like to tell you about a strange event that
happened to me
and two other members of my family.
On June 22, 1999, my parents left on vacation to New York City
their 20th wedding anniversary, and my aunt stayed with my
sister and me
for the week. On the 25th the three of us went to go see Austin
Before I go on I should first say that I live in a small town.
side of the road that leads to my house is forest, and that I
in a small neighborhood so no one else was on the road at the
At the time it was around 9:30 PM CST. We were about a quarter
the house when we saw a pair of huge glowing red eyes. We were
yards away. When we got to about 20 yards we got a better look
It walked on two legs, looked like about 6 or 7 feet tall, and
that resembled those of a bat. When we got to about 10 yards, it
its wings (which stretched to about 10 feet) and silently
started to rise
into the air without even flapping them and disappeared faster
then you can
When we got back to the house we were surprised to find that it
in the morning.
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