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Dragon sighting in Spring Tx.

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By: Bigadsigns | Location: Spring Texas

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In April of 2016, in Spring Tx. I was doing laundry at the laundry mat. It was @7:00 p.m. dusk, and I went outside to smoke, there wasn't a cloud in the sky. 

Then suddenly I noticed something flying above me coming from the south. 

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papageorge1
3 hours ago, UM-Bot said:

Can't say I've seen anything like that. Maybe you can search images on the internet and post one that is closest to what you saw. I'd be interested. Perhaps it was some type of huge bird that you have never seen before?

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MissJatti

doggish looking dragon... hmmmm

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TruthandKnowledge

Did It look anything like that sighting in China?
I can see how a Dragon may LOOK like it has a snout like a dog from on the ground. How high do you figure it was and did it make any sound?

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Noxasa

Went out for a "smoke" huh?  Solved it!

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MyOtherAccount

Dusk is when bats like to start hunting for food. I've seen 'flying foxes' with seven-foot wingspans. Their faces look like dogs. Their wings when dragging behind them can appear as a tail but naturally aren't. They are faster than birds.

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