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  1. Hapa
    Hapa March 13, 2012 at 12:54 pm |

    Its interesting that all the school children said it was a “Gorilla” instead of a “Bigfoot”. If it looked anywhere near like the latter, one would think that at least a few of the kids would describe it as a Bigfoot.

    Either this is an escapee Gorilla, or perhaps a NAPE.

  2. David-Australia
    David-Australia March 13, 2012 at 7:51 pm |

    “You know this just might me a person in a gorilla suit…”

    So it WAS you?

  3. Midwestern72
    Midwestern72 March 13, 2012 at 11:03 pm |

    Locals report a huge invasion of Federal agencies, helicopters and special forces teams over the last two days. All this for some “ape” on the loose?? Something is very fishy here. Especially since that all local zoos have reported nothing is missing! Sounds like a Squatch sighting to me.

  4. Mïk
    Mïk March 14, 2012 at 7:42 pm |

    It’s not outlandish to have schoolchildren identify a gorilla. It also is not outlandish to have the whole bus jumping on that bandwagon. The ‘Mob effect’ would definitely be a factor in the reports given.

    6’4″ is not too small for a skunk ape, is it? They are the smaller of the ‘Bigfoot’ (we definitely need a respectable name for these animals…) species being reported. Alabama would be a good locale for that kind of sighting. So, those children might’ve had a squatchy (Yeah, i hate it, too) encounter.

    Next few days are gonna be interesting…

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