From the Files of the
Gulf Coast BigFoot Research Organization

Reported by: Confidential

Report Received From: The GCBRO Online Report Submission Form.
Report Posted To GCBRO Web Site OnMay 1, 2006

DATE:    July 1, 1983

TIME:     1:00 PM

LOCATION:   On route to hecla golf course in a hecla provincial park located On the south end of lake Winnipeg 160 miles north of Winnipeg MANITOBA. 

TERRAIN:    Wooded

OBSERVED:    This encounter was 20 plus years ago ,myself and 3 friends were driving in the afternoon on the way to play golf at the hecla golf club.I was upfront in the passenger seat,we were driving along having some fun as we were all in our early 20 s when i noticed a large black cat prance across the road maybe a 100 yards ahead. THE CAT just crossed the road and disappeared into the bush. I was not alarmed in any way and no one else seemed to notice and I never gave it a second thought.20 years later after reading about the sasquatch video in norway house i started looking in to strange sightings.I have never seen a sasquatch or anything like it but I always remembered my cat sighting and after searching I realized that LARGE BLACK CATS are not usually seen around here. This was no brown spotted mountain lion this thing was black as night.I was amazed how graceful the big cat crossed the road.

Activities of Witness:   Riding in vehicle

Description of Creature:  It was 20 plus years ago and at least 100 yards away maybe more. The cat seemed to be 20 inches high and 4 ft long. Black shiny coat .At the time my first reaction was ,wow I have just seen a black panther cross the road. 

Other Notes:    N/A

Other (Informational or Encounter History in the General Area) Notes:    N/A

Additional Notes and or Follow up Comments N/A

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