Grant Denyer Confirms Existence Of Lithgow Panther W/ Very Shit Video Evidence

Lithgow Panther Grant Denyer Video

Here at PEDESTRIAN.TV, at least two (2) of us believe in the existence of the mystical Lithgow Panther (or Blue Mountains Panther as it is sometimes known). In fact, those same two people spoke at great lengths about said beast for the second episode of our unsolved mysteries / true crime podcast All Aussie Mystery Hour, which you can revisit below:

Shameless plug out of the way, our staunch belief that this large black feline creature – or indeed, many of these large black feline creatures – truly do exist has blessedly been supported today by national treasure Grant Denyer, who reckons he saw one with his own eyes.

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The co-host of 2DayFM‘s breakfast show as well as host of many Channel Ten game shows and reigning Gold Logie winner told his radio colleagues Ed Kavalee and Ash London about his close encounter with the panther — which he says was “10 times bigger than a normal cat” while on-air this morning.

Yesterday team, guess what? We saw another panther, a black panther. I don’t care if you believe or not. We have seen it. This is a famous story that has haunted Sydney for years about the mysterious black panther of the Blue Mountains.

Grant’s co-hosts certainly didn’t believe him, even though he took a grainy, shaky video that clearly proves the existence of the elusive cat.

In addition to the video, he dragged his wife Chezzi into the studio to also screech about seeing the panther. I love their commitment, I really do.

Chezzi said she’s seen the panther a bunch of times, and in fact saw it before Grant ever did.

I first saw it when I was heavily pregnant with Scout and [Grant] told me I was hallucinating and I needed to go and have a sleep.

But apparently, Grant has since been convinced that this beautiful, rare beast very much exists.

Panther? Confirmed.

Have you seen the Lithgow Panther or any other spooky paranormal activity? Drop us a line at or join the All Aussie Mystery Hour group on Pedestrian’s Facebook page right HERE to share your tales.