Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

12868Fwd = Possible Thunderbird Pair Reported In Northeast Pennsylvania

Expand Messages
  • Frits Westra
    Jul 3, 2002
      Forwarded by: fwestra@... (Frits Westra)
      URL: http://www.100megsfree4.com/farshores/csg01.htm
      Original Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2002 01:18:57 +0200 (CEST)

      ========================== Forwarded message begins ======================

      »» FarShores CryptoNews

      Posted July 03.02

      Possible Thunderbird Pair Reported In Northeast Pennsylvania

      I have received a sighting report of two huge black birds on June 26,
      2002. The sighting reportedly occurred in a mountainous area between
      the towns of Tunkhannock and Nicholson, PA in Wyoming County. The
      primary witness had stepped out on his back porch at about 9:05 P.M.,
      when his attention was drawn to two huge black birds which were
      approaching from the north. His first impression was that they were
      Herons, but soon realized that the color was wrong, and "they were
      huge, much larger than any bird I have ever seen."

      The two huge birds landed at the top of a very tall coniferous tree.
      The witness stated that the wingspan appeared to be wider than the
      branches, just below where they had landed. The body size was
      estimated to be about six feet from head to tail. The witness also
      mentioned that the legs were not long like a Heron, or Crane. The
      oddest feature was the shape of the wings, which according to the
      witness "Their wings looked batlike."

      The tree where the birds landed, seemed as though it would break from
      their weight. The witness yelled for others in the house to come
      outside to look. Another family member was able to see the huge black
      birds as they passed overhead, and headed for some woods. The witness
      looked in a bird book, and said that the closest species that he could
      find in shape, was a Black Cormorant, although the size of the birds
      he saw is out of the range of the Cormorant. The witness looked at the
      tree, and checked the size of the branches in the tree where the odd
      birds had rested. He estimated that the wingspan would have been close
      to 12 feet or somewhat larger.

      Investigation note:
      June, 2002-Greensburg, PA

      I went out to interview several members of a family who live in a
      rural area outside of Greensburg. They report a number of strange
      incidents around their home in early June. For example at about 2:45
      A.M. on the morning of June 7, 2002, one person heard an odd sound
      like a "swoosh," giving the impression that a huge bird had just past
      over. It is interesting to note that this location is not far from
      South Greensburg, where the possible Thunderbird was reported last
      September. This family was apparently unaware of the previous alleged

      From Researcher Stan Gordon - July 2 2002
      PA UFO/Fortean Hotline (724) 838-7768
      Stan Gordon's UFO Anomalies Zone Website:

      ========================== Forwarded message ends ========================