Skunk Ape Update — Sighting Coordinates and Camera Equipment Established. Lettuce Lake Park Ranger: ‘We are not allowed to talk about the park’

Posted on Jan 29 2015 - 11:45am by Cryptozoology News

TAMPA, Fla. — When Cryptozoology News was contacted Monday, Jan. 26 by Matt, a man who believed to have captured footage of a ‘Skunk Ape’ in a Florida swamp, the majority of viewers were skeptical about the film.

park rangerThe video, abruptly interrupted before and after the alleged sighting, has now grabbed the attention of hundreds of thousands of Bigfoot enthusiasts and skeptics alike across the internet, who have declared it is still too early to determine its authenticity.

Matt also admitted to having talked to a park ranger at the Lettuce Lake Park, although the name of this person was not disclosed.

On a 3-minute call placed to the Lettuce Lake Park Thursday, a man claiming to be a park ranger told Cryptozoology News that it was not possible for them to talk about the matter.

“We have been instructed not to talk about the park during winter,” he said, after reportedly asking a manager. “No, we can not talk, you need to understand this,” he insisted.

Matt, who had been originally interviewed by Cryptozoology News providing unique information about the controversial Skunk Ape video, is now not responding to followup questions.  So far, this is the only one published interview with the videographer. Further research verified the identity of the man. Additionally, Cryptozoology News obtained the coordinates for the exact location where the film was taken, which are within the area previously stated by the eyewitness.

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2 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Vasa Croe January 29, 2015 at 12:23 pm - Reply

    Why can’t they talk about the park only in winter? What an odd statement.

  2. Steff December 23, 2015 at 2:58 pm - Reply

    There`s certainly something “wrong” if the park Ranger isn`t allowed to talk about the place they work in and is ultimately there for the enjoyment of the public in natural surroundings…definitely something being hidden I`d say.

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