1993, 11-11, Collier County, Florida Skunk Ape Sighting

1993, 11 11, Collier County, Florida Skunk Ape Sighting collier co

Encounter Summary

Sighting ID: 32859
Sighting Zone: 5
Date: 1993, November 11
Time: N/A
What the encounteree was feeling during the sighting: I tried to imitate the step and stride and could not. I would fall over and barely broke the surface of the mud a half inch. When I stomped my foot into the mud I still could not reach the depth of the suspicious tracks.
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Location Details

Location Name: Lee County and Collier County line between Big Cypress and Alligator Alley
Location Description: South Florida, Everglades, swamp terrain with oak hammocks and abbage palms.
Location County: Collier
Location State: FL
Location Country: United States

Ground Condition: It appeared to be human shaped, bipedal. One was very big and the other very small like a child’s or possibly deformed. The tracks had a stride of approximately six feet, with a depth of two to three inches .
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Creature Information

None

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Evidence Collected

I was unable to collect any evidence

Tracks In The Area:
There were tracks in the area.

The creature emitted an odor: No
I noticed something unusual associated with the encounter: I went back to the camp and told my friends what I had found. We then returned to the location later that evening and to my amazement new tracks were found. Themaker of the tracks had returned after my departure.

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Encounteree’s Details

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Follow Up

There was no follow-up on this sighting.

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