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 On:   July 1, 2006

DATE:    June 18, 2006 

TIME:     Late afternoon 

LOCATION:   Hwy. 52, between Ellijay & Chatsworth, Northern GA 

TERRAIN:    Fairly level, pine forest 

OBSERVED:    My friend and I were vacationing in Northern GA. We were traveling West on SR52 in Northern GA. About 50 feet in front of us was a large black cat sauntering across the hwy. Now by large black cat, I do not mean an oversized domestic cat. This was a huge cat with a fat black tail that went to the ground and then curled up on the end. He was slowly walking across the road. He didn't act frightened or apprehensive in any way. He seemed to be comfortable in his environment. He went into the forest on the North side of the highway, which was the side we were traveling on. As we got to the spot where he entered the forest, we slowed down and my friend saw him again, moseying through the trees. We described it to each other as a black panther. It was one of those occasions where you know you saw it, but you can't believe you saw it. We tried to rationalize it, but couldn't. It was definitely a black panther and was certainly out of his natural habitat.

Activities of Witness:   Traveling. 

Description of Creature:  Large black cat, short haired, long thick tail that reached the ground and then curled upward. 

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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