Black Panthers Spotted in Rockland County, CT
You wonder why we seldom leave New York for the hinterlands? Panthers have been sighted in Rockland County. Dorian Tunell says he saw two black panthers in Sparkill's Tallman Mountain State Park. They were "bigger than German Shepherds," he says. Two other women had previously reported seeing big black cats along the Palisades. Troopers say, "We found some prints... they were pretty big." And get this -- there was a panther sighting in New Haven. This panther was also black. Jesus, people -- do we have to spell it out for you? Call the boys at Free Republic and let's get the impeachment started! Photo (cc) cliff1066.
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