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Woman Captures Photographic Proof Of The Lizard Man Of Lee County

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If you ever see a lizard man while you’re walking around Scape Ore Swamp in South Carolina don’t stop to sketch the creature, put away your sketchbook and run like hell!

Most of the witnesses who’ve sworn they spotted the Lizard Man of Lee County swear it looks like something out of a sci-fi movie, but one man was brave enough to sketch the creature after it attacked him:

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You may be asking yourself- how can South Carolina officials let some scary creature roam around Scape Ore Swamp attacking people? Because they don't believe that the cryptid actually exists, even with Christopher Davis' signed sketch offered up as proof.

So what's it gonna take to get them to send in the National Guard and slay the beast once and for all?

This photo shot by a woman simply known as "Sarah", who purportedly spotted the Lizard Man of Lee County while at church, should spur them into action:

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This cryptid case has left us with three nagging questions- does this photo prove the existence of the fabled Lizard Man of Lee County? Is he more man than lizard, or more lizard than man? and are they filming a new Godzilla movie nearby?

Read more about the Lizard Man of Lee County at Dangerous Minds


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Thank god Christopher Davis took the time to sketch the creature for us, or else we'd have no clue what it looks like... The pen is indeed mightier than the sword.
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