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review The Owlman And Others 103 ↠ EASTER 1976 Two young girls playing in the churchyard of Mawnan Old Church in southern Cornwall were frightened by what they described as a nasty bird man flying over the church tower A few months later it was seen again and the witness said It was like a big owl with pointed ears as big as a man The eyes were red and glowEASTER 1976 Two young girls playing in the churchyard of Mawnan Old Church in southern Cornwall were frightened by what they described as a nasty bird man flying over the church tower A few months later it was seen again and the witness said It was like a big owl with pointed ears as big as a man The eyes were red and glowing At first I thought that it someone dressed up playing a joke trying to scare us I laughed at it We both did Then it went up in the air and we both screamed When it went up you could see its feet were like pincers Her friend added some details of her own It's true It was horrible a nasty owl face with big ears and big. Well writen investigations eyewitness accounts and real print of news paper

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Red eyes It was covered in grey feathers The claws on its feet were black It just flew up and disappeared in the trees These were the first of a series of sightings of what has become known as 'The Owlman of Mawnan' a series of sightings that has continued to the present day These grotesue and frightening episodes have fascinated researchers for three decades now and one man has spent years collecting all the available evidence into a bookTo mark the 30th anniversary of these sightings Jonathan Downes the Director of the Centre for Fortean Zoology the world's largest mystery animal research group has published a special edition of his bo. In parts this is an intriguing discussion of bizarre goings on in Cornwall i

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The Owlman And OthersOk 'The Owlman and Others' which was first published in 1997A witness who saw the creature in 1995 likened it toa vision from hell and another witness identified only as 'Gavin' describes how his Owlman sighting in 1989 has blighted his life ever since The book also tells the story of Morgawr the Cornish Sea Serpent and the summerof 1976 which was not only the hottest on record but was the year that the whole of southern Cornwall went crazyI have explored various explanations for the events in the book says Jon and I am not completely sure which one is true But I know one thing for sure I wouldn't let my children play alone in those woods. People with a cursory knowledge of Cryptozoology might have heard of the Mot