There have been numerous sightings of supposed 'big cats' wandering the British countryside, including Bodmin moor's 60 sightings reported since 1983. New 'evidence' of a big cat comes from Buckinghamshire when electrician Paul Keehn snapped this apparent panther.The truth:
While a large scale government investigation failed to find any conclusive evidence of the Beast of Bodmin moor, this more recent sighting doesn't even warrant a look in. Danny Bamping, of the British Big Cats Society, said: "It doesn't look life-like at all and the posture of the animal is far too much like the poses cuddly toys come in."
But which other popular myths might have a grain of truth in them and which are the product of overactive imaginations? Join us as we investigate the biggest urban legends in the world.
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