Looking into the afternoon sky, Gordon was the astonished observer of a creature from the past. I believe the pterosaur—or —Ornithocheirus he spotted had a Forward to the Future spacetime slip. I keep coming across creatures-from-the-prehistoric-past TWIDDERS to the point where I wonder if, at that point in earth’s history, there may have been—for whatever reason—a heck of a lot more worm holes AND since the time slips I come across almost always of flying critters, the worm holes were throughout the atmosphere??? Just one of those thoughts sure to cross my eyes and give me a headache! (See original post at http://paranormal.about.com/od/livingdinosaurs/fl/Pterosaur-Over-Mississauga.htm)
This true story happened on a Friday afternoon around 2:30 p.m. on September 5, 1997. I was living in Mississauga, Ontario in the area of the South Common Mall — that’s around the Burnhamthorpe and Erin Mills area.
My friend Kevin an his girlfriend had a baby, so he invited me up too meet them and their son Eric. They lived in a townhouse complex.
When we were laughing and having fun, I told Kevin I would step outside on their porch and wait for them to get ready to go out to dinner.
While I was waiting for them, I was looking toward the west sky and noticed a small black thing way in the distance heading toward me. I kept watching and it was getting closer and bigger,
so the only thing to do was wonder what it could be.
At first it looked like a remote-controlled air toy, but that was not it. It was getting bigger and coming toward me fast. It wasn’t a helicopter or plane. It was starting to get very close and really big, then it started to show its details.
I was dumbfounded, scared and puzzled. All I could do was look at it and wonder if it was real — and this was real! It was the ugliest, biggest old prehistoric creature! It had a bent brownish beak, bulky black patches of feathers, and lots a bald areas that showed brown skin. It had a very large white bone crest behind its head. It never flapped its wings and this thing was enormous — the size of a small bi-plane. It soared 10 feet above the townhouses’ rooftops.
I shouted to Kevin, “Come quick, dude! Holy crow! Come see this thing flying before you miss it!” He finally came out and he saw the tail end of it and said, “What was that, man?” I told him what I saw. I said it was a prehistoric bird of some sort. We both looked at each other and were freaked out.