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Gulf Coast BigFoot Research Organization

Reported by: Confidential

Report Received From: The GCBRO Online Report Submission Form.
Report Posted To GCBRO Web Site On  September 1, 2008

DATE:    July 7, 2007 

TIME:     Various 

LOCATION:   Winston County, Alabama 

TERRAIN:    National Forest 

OBSERVED:    Large black or very dark colored cat like creature.  About the size of a grown Pit Bull dog

Activities of Witness:   N/A 

Description of Creature:  N/A

Other Notes:    08/11/08, I had to take my car in for work at a dealership in Muscle Shoals Alabama.  While there I met a retired couple from Pennsylvania who now live in a lake house on lake Lewis Smith in Alabama.  Their property is deep in the Talladega National Forest surrounded by wilderness.

While talking to them I asked if they had seen any unusual wildlife since moving there.  They said that on several occasions they had seen a large black cat like creature that they could not identify.  It was as big as a full grown pit bull and was very dark to black in color.  It did not have any tufts on its ears and they never heard it make any noise.  The husband was very sure it was not a dog or coyote because they had seen its prints in soft sand and the prints did not have any claw marks.  They intend to try and get pictures of either the animal or the paw prints when they can.   

Other (Informational or Encounter History in the General Area) Notes:    Seen on more than one occasion.

Additional Notes and or Follow up Comments N/A

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