South Carolina Officials Warn of 'Lizard Man' Sightings During Solar Eclipse

Eloi Lecerf
Agosto 12, 2017

According to an article in The Post and Courier, both North and SC have a history of Lizard Man and Bigfoot sightings, beginning in 1988 when a Lee County resident allegedly fought off a Lizard Man that attacked his auto.

Luckily, several government agencies have been ahead of the game, already highlighting on social media the possibility of paranormal activity as the sky goes dark mid-afternoon on August 21.

The State has detailed the rich history, and recent resurfacing, of the lizard man, who apparently first appeared in the state in 1988.

The agency tweeted a graphic Wednesday, "regarding possible paranormal activity" occurring during the solar eclipse. "SCEMD does not know if Lizardmen become more active during a solar eclipse, but we advise that residents of Lee and Sumter counties should remain ever vigilant". He threw the thing off, but said that it was able to keep up with the vehicle at speeds up to 40 miles per hour.

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A 17-year-old kid reportedly saw the creature while he was on his way home from work late at night and stopped to change a tire, according to Uproxx.

Like with bigfoot sightings, every now and then, someone will come out and say they encountered a scaly creature, but with no more evidence than a grainy cell phone video. "As always, if you see something, say something", the tweet read.

NASA isn't convinced of South Carolina's Lizard Man lore, but the space agency's Scientific Visualization Center did join in on the fun with a "Sunsquatch" graphic, showing viewers where nationwide Bigfoot sightings and the path of totality intersect.

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