If you go into most museums, you’ll find plenty of staffers warning you to keep your hands to yourself.
Darlene Chrisman has lived in the same place just outside the city limits for 20 years, and she says she’s had horses since 2000.
It's not necessarily a case of who's hunting whom, but over in Paulding County, Ohio, there have been reports of a big cat – a really big cat – lurking in the woods and fields a few miles southeast of the county seat.

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