|Contact Name||Sarah Mayo|
|Location||Torquay, Devon, UK
|Social gathering every Monday to discuss paranormal, investigate equipment releases, plan events and discuss previous investigation reports, photos ,videos, evps. Investigations every other Saturday evening at various locations both indoor and outdoor. Our group consists of a sensitive(Lisa), a medium(trance medium also)Steve, a spirit photographer(Annette), an empath(Me- Sarah, I also am responsible for location research. This
information is not shared with the team beforehand therefore any names picked up by Medium and Sensitive can be cross referenced) and 3 skeptics(Rob(Electrical), Grant(Building) and Geoff(Plumbing/Heating)
to debunk where possible.
Beast of Bodmin Moor
Lions, Tigers, Leopards, Cheetahs, Jaguars and the Beast of Bodmin Moor. Why is a giant cat roaming the British countryside?
There has never been a Genus Panthera on the British Isles. Its appearance is a large black feline…similar to a leopard or jaguar. What is interesting is there have been similar sightings in the South Eastern United States of a large black cat.
Some say it’s a cat that escaped from a zoo, but Scientists say it’s impossible to have a surviving number of Panthers on the UK.
Like any other large cat, it hunts livestock for food and care should be taken when looking for it. You will not know when it is stalking you until it is too late.
Look for it living on the moor in mid Cornwall in the UK
Mokèlé-mbèmbé, meaning “one who stops the flow of rivers” in the Lingala language, is a Large sauropod likely to be a Brachiosaurus living in the Congo or Sub Saharan Africa.
Descriptions are that its body is as large as an elephant with an extremely long neck. Reports are that it is a herbivore.
Is it such a stretch to think a living sauropod is still alive? With Africa having large Elephants, Rhinos and Hippos…the sauropod is very similar if not a dinosaur.
There have been and continues to be expeditions to find the Mokele-mbembe and with lush the jungles and unknown territory in equatorial Africa such as Congo, Cameroon and Gabon, and the sightings of Plesiosaurus and Pterosaurs around the world…are dinosaurs still with us?