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Pennsylvania witness reports possible UFO-EBE in wooded area
by Albert Rosales
February 2010 in the Connellsville area of Fayette County Pennsylvania, Mark Joyner reports that he was walking in a wooded area one evening near Connellsville when he saw a strange creature which he believes was some type of primate.
He described the creature as standing about three to four feet tall with black and white fur and a tail. The weight of the creature was estimated to be about 85 pounds.
The most outstanding feature was that the eyes of the creature appeared overly large and were pinkish-red in color. The creature was first observed bending down and looking through a fire pit.
After apparently being startled by the witness, the creature stood up, walked a short distance, and then ran up a tree. (Weird, an escaped primate or a miniature Bigfoot type hybrid?).
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