A Brief Review of a Selection of Incredible, Lost, Forgotten or Ignored News from Our Recent Past,……Part III
ShareBy Chris Parker Copyright 2008 s8int.com and Chris Parker Part I of this Article Part II of this Article Graphic:Augmented Ica Stone from Ancient Peru showing altercation between man and dinosaur. Click for more info Story 1 Another What is it? Man Eaten by Dinosaur? 11/2/1877 Galveston News From the Carthage (Mo.) Patriot. Evolutionists often […]
True and Wonderful: A Discourse Relating a Strange and Monstrous Serpent (or Dragon) Lately Discovered, and Yet Living, to the Great Annoyance and Divers Slaughters both of Men and Cattell
ShareTRUE AND WONDERFULL A Discourse relating A STRANGE AND MONSTROUS SERPENT, OR DRAGON, Lately Discoyered and yet living to the great Annoyance and divers Slaugh ters both Men and Cattell, by his strong and violent Poyson. In Sussex, two Miles from Horsam, in a Woode called St. Leonards Forrest, and thirtie Miles from London, this […]
Three Examples of Pterosaur Survival Into Ancient Times?
ShareCopyright 2008 by Chris Parker and s8int.com Photo/Graphic: Institute of Texan Cultures What if pterosaurs did survive into the “age of man”? Do you suppose that they would inspire accounts of “dragons” in ancient cultures the world over down through time? Curiously, there are accounts of winged, reptilian dragons in virtually every culture down through […]
Pterosaur Photographed at Macachin Airport?
ShareThe CEUFO (Center for Studies UFO) of Argentina received an email from a photographer (Fabián Romano) that claimed to have captured a strange being on his camera while taking some shots around the Macachín airport. The image submitted to CEUFO is said to have been taken in midday with a Minolta digital camera. Using a […]
Ancient Costa Ricans Faced Winged Terror from Above; and Things Weren’t Always So Sanguine on the Ground Either-Stone Metates of Central America
Shareby Chris Parker Copyright s8int.com 2008 Figure 1 shows detail from an ancient stone metate from Costa Rica. Two bird-like creatures attack men by the head on either side of this stone table. Based on the art they left behind, the Ancient Costa Ricans worried a bit about terror from the skies and for that […]
Authenticated Poinsett County Arkansas Corythosaurus/Hypacrosaurus from 400 to 700 Years Ago?
Shareby Chris Parker Copyright s8int.com 2008 Suppose that you are an antiquities dealer, specializing in Early American and Native American artifacts such as arrowheads, bowls, flint knives clay effigies etc.. You make a nice living. Now, suppose that you obtain an artifact (a bowl) that has affixed to it the head of a known dinosaur […]
Dead Pterosaur Photo Compared to Rhamphorhynchoidea
ShareThis photo has been on the site for some time but we hadn’t posted our comparison with one of the long tailed Rhamphorhynchoidea pterosaurs similar to Rhamphorhynchus. This photo is allegedly from the 1950’s and was printed in Ripley’s Believe it Or not or similar magazine and shows a ranch hand holding up a long […]
Ancient Civilizations in Brittany, France Interacted with “Dinosaurs” and Left the Monuments to Prove It
Share by Anthony James Copyright s8int.com 2008 Here at s8int.com, we’re always curious to see which stories garner the most interest. Often times, the stories we think are going to shock the world, do not and others which we think might be of limited interest are the ones that literally thousands of people read. Above […]
Don’t Tell Him He’s Not a Chicken-We Need the Eggs—Antique Ivory Coast Pterodactyl?
ShareScience tells us that dinosaurs became extinct more than 40 million years ago and that pterosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago. They tell us that there was no great flood; that man and dinosaurs never interacted. On the other hand, virtually every culture on earth has within its history some version of the flood […]
Interesting Antique Metal Piece from Mali
ShareIn our photo above shows; top left, the antique Mali figure, and bottom right, a mesh drawing of a certain bi-pedal creature from the rear. We’ve made the case previously that if a piece is too “interesting”, it ends up in private collections, not in museums. And in that vein we’ve seen some interesting museum […]