Friday, June 8, 2007

Black Panthers Make A Comeback

PORTLAND, Maine (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Earlier this week a mysterious beast killed 29 sheep in Lincoln County, Maine, but oddly enough the animal didn’t eat any lamb chops.

Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, author of Mysterious America (Paraview Pocket Books), says the answer to the attack might be found in black panthers, who aren’t indigenous to North America, but could be making a comeback and preying on unexpecting livestock.

Coleman says there have been recent sightings of the dangerous cougars in Illinois, Ohio, and New England, and reports that sheriffs and park rangers have witnessed the panthers’ true dark sides first hand.

As Coleman puts it, “Black panthers tend to kill lots of animals on rampages.”

But, wherever the panthers may be, something still sent a poor New England sheperd’s flock of sheep to sleep with the fishes.

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