Serpents of the Sky, Dragons of the Earth

Serpents of the Sky Dragons of the Earth None

  • Title: Serpents of the Sky, Dragons of the Earth
  • Author: Frederick William Holiday
  • ISBN: 9781881852070
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
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    About “Frederick William Holiday

    • Frederick William Holiday

      Fredrick William Holiday, also known as Ted Holiday 1920 1979 was a British journalist, angler, cryptozoologist, and wildlife specialist.Motivated by the early 1930s media reports, Holiday would dedicate the rest of his life to investigating the Loch Ness monster In the 1960s, Holiday became a member of the Loch Ness Investigation Bureau After several hundred hours of watching the Loch, Holiday claims that he reported four unidentified sightings In his 1968 book, The Great Orm of Loch Ness, Holiday postulated that the creature in the Loch was an invertebrate creature similar in form to the extinct Tullymonstrum gregarium, but vastly larger.Holiday also claimed that he noticed several unusual coincidences, including camera malfunction during certain Nessie sightings For example, in August 1968, even though there were several witnesses along the shore, Nessie chose to appear in one of the very few places that were obscured from the various cameras Holiday reported, The observers were watchful and keen but they had seen nothing The phenomenon had concealed itself so there was nothing for them to see By the year of 1972, Holiday publicly rejected his initial hypothesis that the Loch Ness monster was a literal physical animal In his second book, The Dragon and the Disc, Holiday postulates that there are certain commonalities between paranormal phenomena and certain reported sightings on the Loch Holiday also believed that there is a relationship between ancient dragon legends and contemporary UFO phenomena.

    735 thoughts on “Serpents of the Sky, Dragons of the Earth

    • The Serpents of Dragons is a fun read and a different mix of stories about dragons. There are a few technical issues with phrases underlined that should be in quotations so that would take me out of the work on occasion. It wasn’t enough for me to not enjoy the work. My personal favorite is The Korvi’s Limbs but you’ll have to check it out for yourself to find out why. If you’re into fantasy, dragons, and other worlds you may really enjoy this book. Even with some of the slight technical [...]

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