posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 05:45 PM
Ok, so a lot of people and web sites are saying that the photo never existed, but remember Ivan T. Sanderson said he had a copy of it; he even
remembers loaning it to two men who studied the topic. Several people also remember seeing it in the possession of Sanderson. I definitely think
that this is enough information to conclude that Sanderson did have a photo of a pterodactyl, however how he got it is a mystery. His photo could
just be mixed up with the epitaph, and may not even have anything to do with the epitaph; or it could be a hoax that Sanderson owned. But the facts
all point to Sanderson owning a photo (wherever it came from).
I think that john keel is the person who said that Sanderson owned the photograph, but let's assume that he is right. Can't we go back to
Sanderson. I mean isn't there anyone who can tell who Sanderson got his photo from or who he gave it to or where they went- -If these questions are
answered, I guarantee that we will find the photo or come within arms reach of it.
It probably did exist and probably still does, but I doubt that it was ever published on a large scale. It is most likely (I think) in somebody's
basement or tucked away in some old filing cabinet or wherever photos go when they are lost. Sadly I think that it is in some private collection of
papers and stuff somewhere out there just waiting to be found.