It's official, Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, the two men who claimed to have found a Bigfoot body in Northern Georgia, are liars. In an announcement made Tuesday, which confirmed what most of the sane world already knew, it was announced that there was no Bigfoot.Instead what Dyer and Whitton had was a pretty lame rubber gorilla suit in a block of ice. The hoax was discovered after two researchers, who had bought the supposed carcass, for an unknown sum of money, allowed the body to thaw so...Read Full Story
Matthew Whitton, Rick Dyer and Tom Biscardi revealed pretty much nothing at their much-awaited Press Conference Friday in Palo Alto, Calif. Although the two men, who claim to have found Bigfoot in the remote woods of Northern Georgia addressed the press, they were unable to produce valid evidence to prove their outrageous claims.Instead they told the story of their shock over finding the body and how they were circled by other "Bigfoots" as they hauled the carcass to civilization. Still...Read Full Story
So we're a bit confused. Today, there was a huge press conference in Palo Alto held by Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer who claim to have the body of a yeti, preserved in some freezer. CNN, ABC et al are covering the event. What's the big deal? We've had a sasquach working in our office for 4 months and not one news outlet has picked up the story. This is probably a good thing. Too many distractions would no doubt affect office productivity. Here are some photos taken of this beautiful creature...Read Full Story
Rick Dyer and Matthew Whitton hosted a press conference today in Palo Alto California to unveal the carcass of a "furry half-man". These guys have been searching for Mr Bigfoot for a long time now...but did they ever ask themselves why bigfoot doesn't want to be found?Here's our top 10 reasons why Bigfoot doesn't want to be found:10. Doesn't want to be made into a bigfoot vest9. He's actually in the witness protection program8. Hasn't decided yet who he wants to endorse, Obama or Mccain?7. He...Read Full Story
Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, a pair of Bigfoot-hunting hobbyists, are attempting to pull the 2008 "Bigfoot Hoax of the Year" in Palo Alto California.