Posts Tagged ‘green swamp’

Scott Marlowe Has Seen The Skunk Ape

Scott Marlowe Has Seen The Skunk Ape
Although Scott Marlowe prefers the term swamp ape to skunk ape, the latter is the term usually used when describing Florida’s version of Bigfoot. On Tuesday, the Tampa Tribune ran a front page article detailing Marlowe’s search for the elusive primate.
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Our Own Loch Ness Monster?

Our Own Loch Ness Monster?
When Jennifer Ward drives through the Green Swamp these days, she makes sure she has a camera in her car. She hopes she'll get the chance to capture for others an image is already seared into her memory, and she knows only a picture will persuade others that she really did see something bizarre one evening.
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2000, 12-22 in Pasco County, Florida Skunk Ape Sighting

2000, 12-22 in Pasco County, Florida Skunk Ape Sighting
It stood there making noises and then ran off.
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Ape Sighting Draws Interest

Ape Sighting Draws Interest
Originally Published: Wednesday, December 29, 2004 in The Ledger, by Gary White If the Green Swamp ape actually does exist, its ears must be burning. Lakeland resident Jennifer Ward went public in November, sharing her description and drawings of a hairy, human-shaped creature she claimed to have seen on the ...
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The Green Swamp, Possible Florida Bigfoot Area

The real liquid heart of Florida is the 560,000 acre Green Swamp, which includes portions of Polk, Lake, Sumter, Pasco, and Hernando counties, which lies over and feeds the Green Swamp potentiometric high.
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Florida Bigfoot and track photos | Oregon Bigfoot Blog

Florida Bigfoot and track photos | Oregon Bigfoot Blog
Many of the Bigfoot observations, particularly those observed in Florida’s swamp areas, including Polk County’s Green Swamp, have been reported to have a very pungent and musty rotten egg smell, resulting in the moniker “Skunk Ape.”
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Could Big Foot be in Polk County?

Could Big Foot be in Polk County?
It is for those who claim they have seen the elusive ape-like creature roaming the woods and swamps of Florida including Polk County’s Green Swamp. Sightings of the animal have been reported around the world but rare, with quality photographs and videos even rarer.
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