Thats the wild word from David Shealy, who for more than 30 years has researched the existence of the Skunk Ape, a smaller version of the celebrated Sasquatch, that frightens folks in the Florida Everglades.
According to Shealy, there have been only two or three skunk ape sightings this year, but says people share their stories about sightings on a daily basis.
If you come across the creature in the wild, Shealy says to keep your distance, and though there have been no reported attacks, he says, I wouldnt recommend getting too close. The Indians say if youre attacked, youll never make it out alive.
But on Halloween, Shealy isnt heeding the wild warnings.
Hell be judging a skunk ape contest at a biker bar in Marco Island, Florida, and he says hes more worried about the bikers than any baby bigfoot.
He says, The everglades are pretty wild, but you never know whats going to happen in a biker bar.
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