Shocked and Stunned: Obvious Bigfoot Hoax turns out to be an obvious hoax

 

What?!? It was a bunch of bull-crap all along? Unbelievable…

So it really was a rubber suit.

The excitement over a supposed Bigfoot body that built all last week, culminating Friday in a circus-like press conference in Palo Alto, Calif., collapsed like a wet soufflé over the weekend as an independent investigator found out it was all fake.

SearchingforBigfoot.com owner Tom Biscardi paid an “undisclosed sum” to Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, the two Georgia men who say they found the body, for their frozen corpse and the privilege of trotting them out in front of TV cameras.

At the same time, Biscardi sent self-described “Sasquatch detective” Steve Kulls back to Georgia to check out the body.

Kulls, it’s safe to say, was severely disappointed.

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I feel strongly obligated to link to this crucial post covering the bigfoot story.

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One Response to “Shocked and Stunned: Obvious Bigfoot Hoax turns out to be an obvious hoax”

  1. David Gerard Says:

    But the Bigfoot guys are such trustworthy fellows! I’m sure they just put a rubber suit out by mistake. Will the real Bigfoot be revealed?


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