TV personage Grant Denyer is out to prove big cats live on his property

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TV personage Grant Denyer is out to prove big cats live on his property

Unread post by Shazzoir » Fri May 29, 2020 2:47 pm

"Grant Denyer has revealed he is on the hunt to find hard evidence of big cats roaming in the Australian bush after sighting what he believes to be “sheep-sized” panthers on his property.

“I’ll give you an exclusive, and don’t think I’m crazy, but I am on the panther bandwagon right now,” Denyer told news.com.au. “I’m talking about the famous panthers that roam the Australian bush,” he said. “I’ve seen the panther twice on the bottom of my farm and I have video to prove it — although blurry and zoomed 10 times on my iPhone,” he said.

Denyer said he is so convinced of the sightings that in the last 72 hours he’s installed “infra-red and motion-detecting night cameras” on his property.

Denyer first talked about spotting the “Lithgow Panther” on radio in 2018, but his 2Day FM co-hosts were not convinced. He said he hoped the new “military style” surveillance gear would help him spot a glimpse of the panthers, which he claimed were “about ten times the size of a cat”.

“It was enormous. It was the size of a full grown sheep,” he said.

Denyer lives on a farm in Bathurst with his wife Cheryl “Chezzi” Denyer and their two daughters Sailor and Scout.

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Re: TV personage Grant Denyer is out to prove big cats live on his property

Unread post by Dion » Sat May 30, 2020 8:15 am

Thanks Shazz

I wish Grant the best of luck in his endeavour.
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