Only several years ago on the west coast of Canada there was a giant bird that had the body of a reptile and the head of a man. For most of the people on the coast of British Columbia Canada the rumors of a bird that resembled a pterodactyl with a head of a human was nothing more than folklore. The skeptics claimed that there were many birds in the area, that under the right conditions, could be mistaken for a pterodactyl. But there were several things about the Pterodactyl Man that the skeptics were ignoring. First was the fact that most of the large birds on the west coast were not aggressive but the Pterodactyl Man was in fact a vicious bird. It would attack without provocation and reason, leaving its victims with serious and sometimes life threatening injuries.
There were also some witnesses that claimed to have seen the Pterodactyl Man pick up dogs or small children in its beak and fly off with them and either drop them into the ocean or take them to a destination unknown. Over time the skeptics could no longer deny that there was a bird in the area that was violently attacking humans and small animals. Despite the attacks that now numbered into the hundreds no one had ever gotten a good picture or video of the Pterodactyl Man. Every time someone came up with a photo the film or video was hazy or blurry. But the hundreds of eye witnesses all claimed that the beast in the sky had a human face and a reptile-like bird body of a pterodactyl.
Then one day a scientist came forward saying that he knew a biologist named Dr. Zook, that was trying to resurrect and clone dinosaurs, specifically a pterodactyl and apparently had some success with the experiments. The authorities searched for the elusive Dr. Zook but could not find him. All they found was a picture from his university years. The police soon dismissed the claim as a hoax.
Then only two weeks later an amateur photographer captured the first clear picture of the Pterodactyl Man. It was, without doubt, a flying reptile that was a pterodactyl with a man's face. The picture of the human face on the pterodactyl was then compared with the photo of Dr. Zook. The resemblance was uncanny. The search for Dr. Zook resumed but with no success and his where abouts are still unknown.
The Pterodactyl Man terror continued for years until a hunter shot down the flying reptile over the Pacific Ocean, but the body of the bird was never recovered.
Nearly twenty years have passed since the death of the Pterodactyl Man, but the same questions still remain. Was the bird a product of a mad scientist named Dr. Zook? And what about his face being part of the bird? Was that possible? Was it all an experiment that had gone wrong with Dr. Zook's DNA accidentally mixing in with the Pterodactyl DNA to create the Pterodactyl Man.
The answers to these questions we will likely never know as the Pterodactyl Man now lies dead somewhere on the floor of the Pacific Ocean.