posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 04:54 AM
The official confirmation came yesterday — proving thousands of members of the public have been right for years.
Forestry workers conducting deer surveys have TWICE got within 50 yards of the fearsome creatures in the wild, it was revealed.
Last night the commission — forced to come clean under freedom of information laws — was accused of hushing up the news to avoid panic. The Beast
of Bodmin-style animals were captured on night vision gear as they prowled the Forest of Dean, Gloucs.
Rob Guest, 58, who was with colleagues during both sightings, yesterday told how the first was crossing a road near Lydney.
The deputy surveyor confessed: “It had a long thick tail and was clearly a big cat.”
And to think all those people who knew what they saw were being called liers by the so called 'debunkers'. If an island as small as Britain can hide
large cats, why cant there be bigfoot out there somewhere?