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Royal Turnbridge Wells resident spots 8-foot ‘Kentish Apeman’

Written on:November 22, 2023
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Sightings of the Big Foot creature go back decades to the times of World war 2

Royal Turnbridge Wells skipped a heartbeat when a resident witnessed a creature which resembled Beast of Bodmin, which is a cat-like creature that is alleged to exist in Cornwall. The Bigfoot-like creature, dubbed as ‘Kentish Apeman’, apparently ran around the nearby countryside, according to the resident.

The bizarre incident occurred when the man was allegedly walking in the woods spotted the 8-foot creature, which is believed to have “demonic” red eyes and long arms. The beast roared at him which made him run for his life, as reported by The Sun.

Surprisingly, this is not the first time that such a “sighting” occurred. Previously as well, residents of Royal Turnbridge Wells were subjected to several such sightings in the last six months, and locals are in a dilemma whether to believe the existence of such a creature or is it just a prankster in a fancy costume.

Sightings of the ape-man like creature go back decades into the times of World War 2, when a man called Graham S told a story of how an elderly couple saw it in 1942, as reported by The Sun.

On the Tunbridge Wells People website, he wrote: “They were siting on a bench when they became aware of a shuffling noise behind them. Upon turning around they saw a tall, ape-like creature with eyes that were burning red moving slowly towards them. They both fled - terrified. She went on to say that they told the police and members of their family, thinking that a gorilla had escaped from a zoo, but were laughed at and were not believed.”

The Tunbridge Wells People forum calls on locals to help, stating: “Have YOU seen the Kentish Apeman in Tunbridge Wells? And, more importantly, do you have a picture? Let us know!”

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