Pterodactyl-Like Humanoid Spotted Near Three Rivers

Here is another unusual and creepy story involving a flying humanoid in Texas.  Check it out.

“It was 1999 or 2000… sorry can’t remember the exact year. I was heading South on IH37 either just north or south of Three Rivers between San Antonio and Corpus Christi.

It was late, close to 12 or 1 am and that’s when it flew over the top of my car. A large white humanoid figure with wings. Not a crane, or goose, or swan, or bird of prey…but a humanoid figure with skin wings. I remember doing about 65 mph and it came from the right rear and crossed my driving line at about 45 degrees… overtaking me in speed by maybe 5-10 mph.

As it crossed over me it was only 10 or so feet above the roof of my vehicle. Wingspan was probably 6-8 feet and the skin was white. The wings looked to be constructed/shaped more like you would expect to see on a bat or pterodactyl but with a solidly defined human arms on the leading edge.

There were definitely human legs trailing behind it and the torso was built like a human. Because it came from behind, I did not see a face. But, looking back I’m glad I didn’t. This is NOT a casual story. I saw this and will never forget it as long as I live.” -C.M.H

Here is a related story sent in by an anonymous source: “I live in Arlington Texas and about 11 years ago we were traveling north on highway 360 but south of I20. It was sometime after midnight and my husband, myself and a friend of ours witnessed what seemed to look like a huge bat like creature fly just in front and overhead our vehicle. The reason we noticed it so clear is the moon was so bright that night that you could clearly see it had a wing span of atleast 6 Feet wide. Since then we’ve been through there several times but haven’t come across the creature again.”

Have any of you ever seen anything like this in Texas or anywhere else?  Leave us a comment below.

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