Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 2nd, 2009
The following are photographs of the exact location of Dean Harrison’s alleged Australian Yowie attack.
Harrison writes: “There is an uphill view from where it came from, the track it leapt on and the downhill slope where it finally got to me down the bottom.”
Please note, the Australian word “track” is translated as “trail” or “pathway” in American English.
Harrison notes: “The granite area where we are standing is where I landed flat on my back.”
All images may be clicked to enlarge the photographs.
For those who called for visual evidence of the attack, Harrison had previously released photographs of the physical outcome of the event.