Friday, February 23, 2024
Contact    |    RSS icon Twitter icon Facebook icon  
Unexplained Mysteries
You are viewing: Home > Stories > Creature Encounters > Viewing Story
Welcome Guest ( Login or Register )  
All ▾
Search Submit

Creature Encounters

Dragon sighting in Spring Tx.

August 9, 2018 | Comment icon 8 comments
Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 Anand
This story was submitted to the site by Bigadsigns from Spring Texas.
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.

I thought it was a big bird at first, but when it got directly above me I could see it was a dragon - long trident tipped tale, very squared off shaped wings, the head was kind of doggish looking from that angle and could make out scaly features.
Because the sun was going down at the horizon it was glistening in the sun and I started to pull my cell phone out, but realized I turned it off earlier.

Tried to get video but it was gone from view already, that's the other thing it was flying faster than any bird can do.

Any body else ever seen anything like this??

Comments (8)


Other stories
Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by papageorge1 6 years ago
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?
Comment icon #2 Posted by MissJatti 6 years ago
doggish looking dragon... hmmmm
Comment icon #3 Posted by TruthandKnowledge 6 years ago
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?
Comment icon #4 Posted by TruthandKnowledge 6 years ago
I Found this site and link that seems to have documented Dragon and creature sightings. really cool deions.  http://www.blackdrago.com/history/sightings.htm#footnotes2
Comment icon #5 Posted by Noxasa 6 years ago
Went out for a "smoke" huh?  Solved it!
Comment icon #6 Posted by MyOtherAccount 6 years ago
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.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Bigbootymama1991 1 year ago
I witnessed a strange flying creature in West TN in October of 2019.  I was sitting in my kitchen cracking pecans with my mom when through the window I saw a huge winged creature hovering vertically(nothing alive or extinct flies or has ever flown like that) in the air behind a stand of trees. Because there was a festival that day I assumed at first it was a kite. Then it shot from vertical to horizontal and I could see a very long thin tail with a diamond shaped flange at the end. It flapped it's bat like wings and headed over the big oak tree next to the house. I ran outside in less than th... [More]
Comment icon #8 Posted by the13bats 1 year ago
You have a date 2019 a place in texas,and knew a festival event was going on so you are not the only one to have seen it and in 2019 people at events have cameras. "Demon flyer" is the name monsterquest gave pterosaurs when they went to find them in PNG and got a few stories but nothing more in fact the natives made it sound like a mythical creature.


Please Login or Register to post a comment.


Our new book is out now!
Book cover

The Unexplained Mysteries
Book of Weird News

 AVAILABLE NOW 

Take a walk on the weird side with this compilation of some of the weirdest stories ever to grace the pages of a newspaper.

Click here to learn more

We need your help!
Patreon logo

Support us on Patreon

 BONUS CONTENT 

For less than the cost of a cup of coffee, you can gain access to a wide range of exclusive perks including our popular 'Lost Ghost Stories' series.

Click here to learn more

Recent news and articles