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3 hours ago, jetro said:

This Is The Chilling Moment A Family Spotted A “Big Cat” Prowling Around The Gravestones In A Village Churchyard

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Done that one mate believed to be a large domestic breed like a Bengal or savannah cat and looks suspiciously like it’s wearing a collar,, the truth is stranger than fiction ✌️✌️

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To be fair I've seen something just passed wawne and something near brandesburton. Wouldn't say 100% big cats as was dusk for 1 and it ran into darkness about 100m away and was driving for the other only a glimpse but I wouldn't dismiss the possibility of them being out there.

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18 hours ago, tandors said:

To be fair I've seen something just passed wawne and something near brandesburton. Wouldn't say 100% big cats as was dusk for 1 and it ran into darkness about 100m away and was driving for the other only a glimpse but I wouldn't dismiss the possibility of them being out there.

Have a little listen to the podcast I,ve put up mate your sighting is pretty much normal, your eyes no what you saw but your brain won’t allow it to register 👍

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3 hours ago, longers01 said:

A couple of my good pals swear they seen a big cat up back of skirlaugh about 15 years ago but i do a lot of lamping around that area and haven’t seen out

I was out lamping a lot during the 80s and almost everyone I knew had seen one including one of my best mates who was waiting for me on the edge of a quarry and he watched a lynx make its way down the rock face it could,not run away and took about 15 mins to get down there was a line of paw prints across the floor of the quarry but never saw it myself another two lads I no slipped dogs on one but they did not want to no once they made up some ground and got a sniff  of it, funnily they wouldn’t run again that night and just refused to leave there side, I never actually saw my first one until 2015 👍👍

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Ive seen one out lamping in a wee village in northern Ireland called claudy... it was a black panther... I was lamping on my own when I lived in a farmhouse out that way was about 1 in the morning it was walking a field quite close to a farmhouse...I flicked it first with the lamp.. thought wtf is that... cant be?? Had my choco dog with me and first glance I thought it was a big wild feral and this cnutss going to get it... then I stopped the van and had a proper look and sure as fcuk it was exactly what I thought it was.. this was about 15 years ago and I was in my vets other day getting tablets for the terriers and we got chatting about it and there was actually a man who lived near the village of claudy who owned it and let it loose.. 

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