SC warns citizens of 'Lizard Man' sightings during solar eclipse

Alain Brian
Août 12, 2017

It might sound like an April Fools' joke, but SCEMD's warning is apparently completely legitimate, as SC has a history of Lizard Man sightings. But the South Carolina Emergency Management Division is anxious about something a bit more, let's say, nontraditional.

"This historical map is in response to recent media reports about possible paranormal activity associated with the upcoming total eclipse", the agency explains. The agency tweeted out a handy map of where Lizardmen have been spotted in the past along with an overlay of the path of the solar eclipse.

On Wednesday, the SCEMD tweeted out a Lizard Man safety tip, accompanied by a graphic showing where the Lizard Man had been sighted in Lee County.

With the much-anticipated solar eclipse nearing on August 21, South Carolina's Emergency Management Division is warning residents of a possible paranormal sighting - all in good fun, of course.

Alleged sightings of the "Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp" date back to 1988. After he finished changing it, he claimed a "red-eyed devil" appeared about 30-yards away. Davis said he was able to chuck the beast of the roof and live to tell the tale.

SC does have a history with lizard men-more on that in a sec-and the text accompanying the map, which graphed eight lizard man sightings, seemed to the suggest the department was somewhat serious with its post.

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.

Oh, and if you happen to be in SC for the eclipse and run across Bigfoot instead of a Lizard Man, police in Greenville County say they'd greatly appreciate it if you didn't shoot him.

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