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Myakka Skunk Ape

Myakka Skunk Ape
Myakka Skunk Ape
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Who:

Anonymous elderly couple

What:

The elderly woman heard deep “whoomp” noises. She aimed her camera toward the hedgerow at the back of her property and was startled to see what her flash revealed.

“I didn’t even see it as I took the first picture because it was so dark. As soon as the flash went off for the second time it stood up and started to move. I then heard the orangutan walk off into the woods.”

She noticed that its “awful smell” lasted long after it had left her yard.

When:

early autumn, 2000

Where:

near I-75 in Sarasota County, Florida

most likely east of Sarasota, which includes the Myakka River and Myakka State Park

How:

On December 22, 2000, the elderly woman mailed a letter to the Sarasota Sheriff’s Department requesting anonymity. They received the letter on December 29, 2000. According to the department’s official report, the filing officer wrote, “I received an unusual letter addressed to the animal services of the sheriff’s office. The letter told of an encounter with a monkey or ape and contained two photos. The letter was anonymous.”

“Enclosed please find some pictures I took… My husband thinks it is an orangutan. Is someone missing an orangutan?”

chroniclesofcarlos

chroniclesofcarlos

Are Bigfoot real? Yes, they are! I investigate, create, and share mainstream educational content, Bigfoot and related phenomena, and the scientific methods and principles that corroborate our stories. I have lived and traveled all over North America, Europe, and Africa, have had encounters with Bigfoot and UFOs in North America, and have even had an NDE in Africa. Education: BA and MA in Biological Anthropology Languages: English and Spanish Career: Certified Coach and Teacher, Licensed Entrepreneur Passions: coaching, mentoring, learning, teaching, coaching; the sciences, and cryptozoology Subjects: The Sciences, Cryptozoology
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