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 vehicle. Considering that the eclipse is a space event, you might think the warning is simply an amusing alert to keep an eye out for UFOs, but that's really not the cast.
The agency tweeted a graphic Wednesday, "regarding possible paranormal activity" occurring during the solar eclipse. It read: "This historical map is in response to recent media reports about possible paranormal activity associated with the upcoming total eclipse". "But we advise that residents of Lee and Sumter counties should remain ever vigilant".
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In North Carolina, the Greenville Police Department posted a video of a Bigfoot sighting from 2015, telling its followers "if you see Bigfoot, please do not shoot him/her". Described as a "red-eyed demon", the creature (or creatures?) have crossed paths with other SC residents in the years since, with several more reports of large lizard-like creatures helping to build the local lore. The creature (or creatures-who knows, this could be a lizard family affair) has been described as a scaly, 7-foot-tall, red-eyed devilish thing. "It was nearly like an alligator with a short nose and long legs".
Alleged sightings of the "Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp" date back to 1988. He claimed the "red-eyed devil" chased him down, jumping on the roof of his auto as the teen sped away. Davis was able to get in his vehicle and drive away, but not before the alleged creature jumped on the roof of his auto. So if you're in SC on August 21, maybe just avoid swamps.