Are Dinosaurs Really Extinct? A Florida Security Video Says Maybe Not
A woman who lives on Florida's ritzy east coast may have added something to he home that none of her other well-to-do neighbors can claim. She says she has her very own, real live dinosaur.
As outlandish as it seems, Cristina Ryan of Palm Coast, Florida claims that her home's security cameras shot video of a small - and extinct for millions of years - velociraptor scurrying across her lawn in the middle of the night.
And bluntly speaking, her video is difficult to dispute.
Ryan told Orlando's Fox 35, "Any animal we can come up with that would be 'walking' at 3:40 in the morning wouldn't walk this way. Maybe I've watched 'Jurassic Park' too many times, but I see a raptor or other small dinosaur."
The Ryan surveillance video shows - albeit briefly - a small creature, running upright, dragging a lizard-like tail. Numerous reports say that Ryan has shown the video to her neighbors and most agree with her. A dinosaur is on the loose in their neighborhood.