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he missed the money shot because he had just dismantled his photography kit and was about to step into the shower.
“I looked through the window and saw a big cat at the end of the garden. I did a double take because it wasn’t a big cat, it was a very, very big cat. “I’d say the body length was about one and half metres to two metres long and the tail was about another metre. It was just nonchalantly walking along this ha-ha wall at the end of the garden about 35 metres away. “I was looking down on it from a first floor elevation for several seconds so I had a good view of it."
This is common. I know of one blurred, close-up photograph of a snarling cat. The photographer was walking through the Forest of Dean with his camera ready for a shot. With no identifiable background detail the photograph is easily dismissed by doubters. That photograph and masses of evidence disappeared from the internet.Beware the cover-up of the British Big Cat phenomenon.
After getting over the shock Will reached for his photography gear . . .