Sighting in Yellowstone
Pencil and oil pastel on paper
One of many sketches by David Napier, a researcher for the Tarogramma archive who collected testimonies of people who have seen what they believe to be the outskirts of Tarogramma. There is no consistency to the location of these images, one of the features of Tarogramma that makes it so difficult to find.
This sighting was made by a local whilst fishing in Yellowstone National Park. She remarked that 'in the dying light of late afternoon, the object spanned the horizon and shone like a beacon’