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Does A Panther Really Roam Harnett County? Big Cat Sightings

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posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 01:04 PM
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Does A Panther Really Roam Harnett County? Big Cat Sightings


www.dunndailyrecord.com

When folks hear the word panther, the Carolina Panthers' football team may come to mind. But for some in the Angier area, a real panther occupies their thoughts.

Angier resident Edwin Liles and his fianceé, Kitty Woods, were driving along Benson Road near the Pea Ridge community July Fourth when they said they saw a black panther on the shoulder of the road.

The large animal was apparently eating a deer hit by a motorist.

"My fiancée spotted it first. We had just left a July Fourth celebration and were driving along when, all of a sudden, she asked me if I saw it," Mr. Liles
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posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 01:04 PM
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I have heard about these sightings before but I never imagined that it would be in my back yard. (not literally, but damn close) I have a friend from this town (it's about 15 miles away) and his cat was shredded by a pack of coyotes. His wife was unlucky enough to see it happen. I am a bit confused as to how a creature this big could go unnoticed for so long. Or maybe he hasn't been here long, I don't know. I guess the next logical question would be do you think he tastes like chicken?


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