Tuesday, 10 October 2017

NEWSLINK/EVENT: The myths surrounding the 'big cats' spotted in Kent will be debunked in a talk coming to Sheppey

One of Kent's leading figures in 'big cat' research will be hosting a talk on the creatures in Sheppey towards the end of the month.
Neil Arnold, who has written several books on the subject, has extensively researched big cat sightings in Kent for over 30 years.

Mr Arnold, 42, began his research aged just nine after hearing stories told by friends and family members. His curiosity led him to study the facts and question why no one took sightings seriously.
He said: "Sightings take place all over the UK, and have done for a few centuries. In the Victorian era people kept leopards and other exotic animals in menageries."


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