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  March 1, 2009

DATE:    November 11, 1977 

TIME:     7:30 AM 

LOCATION:   Rutland County, Vermont 

TERRAIN:    Wooded 

OBSERVED:    The date is not accurate as far as the day. But my buddy Xxx and I had been deer hunting off a back road. We decided to get some breakfast at about 7:30 am. As we left our spot where we had parked my car,  a large black cat ran from trees on the the right side of the farm road and crossed approx. 15 yards ahead of us. this cat only took two bounds to cross the road and hit the other side, and up the bank into the woods. Xxx and I looked at each other and I said to him, Did you see that!!!   He replied yeah. We stopped and jumped out grabbing our rifles and climbed the bank where the cat disappeared. We went into the woods only short distance and looked around. We never saw it again. But we both had a feeling of being watched and decided to get the hell out of there. I'll have to say that this cat was about 5 ft long and the size of a large German Sheppard.

Activities of Witness:   We had been deer hunting and had just got into my car to go get breakfast  

Description of Creature:  The cat was about 5 ft long, Black!!!! it Looked exactly like a panther.  this was no house cat!! 

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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