The following report was relayed to me by a colleague over 10 years ago. It has remained buried in my records for much of the time since, but has circulated occasionally in the big cat groups of Facebook. I received the report from a fellow nurse who I worked with in a large psychiatric hospital at the start of my career.
For those of us who are intrigued by the frequent reports of big cat sightings in the wilderness and countryside of Britain, the ‘Dangerous Wild Animals Act’ of 1976 is likely to be familiar. It is an essential component of the tale, which is referred to by all enthusiasts and experts, but is actually understood in depth by very few…
From Cat-Flappers to Purrfect Partners
In my role behind the camera on the production of the soon-to-be released new documentary ‘Britain’s Big Cat Mystery’ by ‘Dragonfly Films Video Production’, I was given the task of making sure no stone was left unturned as we attempted to cast a spotlight on the shadows of the enveloping mystery and conspiracy surrounding the British big cat phenomenon, so as to be as certain as possible that nothing had been missed. Matt Everett (the creator and director) asked me to revisit historic cases, old news reports, ‘Freedom of Information’ requests, and to do as much as possible to substantiate rumour and myth with fact.
‘Britain’s Big Cat Mystery’ is the world’s first and only award-winning feature-length documentary exploring the unusual phenomenon of the United Kingdom’s population of mysterious large cats, which are alleged to be prowling the wilderness of this group of little islands nestled together on the European edge of the North Atlantic.