I have seen the recent release by FB/FB of the artist's interpretation of what Musky Allen saw in Las Vegas. I am hesitant to call it a Bigfoot because the rest of us have not seen the alleged body.
Musky is sticking to his word, and if he saw a Bigfoot, I really can't refute his claims as of this writing.
The gentlemen of FB/FB had this to say along side the photo:
"This picture was drawn by David Durrett after 25 exchanges w/ 'Musky Allen' of face and neck of Sasquatch from San Antonio. It was just sent to us by Musky. He says it is an extremely close representation of the cranio-facial features. This is a very important story and we would like to emphasize that this is a real situation. Neither Musky Allen nor any of the Admins of this site are part of a hoax. Our promise to take down FBFB and resign from Bigfoot research remains if this story turns out not to be genuine."
In a previous post I made, I had suggested or speculated it was possible the FB/FB owners were in on what I consider to be a hoax. I still think it's a hoax, and I will think so until Rick Dyer produces the body. The viewing of said body has been delayed yet again according to the rumor mill.
I am taking FB/FB's word at face value. The statement they made is unambiguous, so there is no room for interpretation. They say they are not part of a scheme or hoax and I accept that.
However, if I do find anything to the contrary, I will report about it.
Okay, let's see the monkey:
In my personal opinion this is a much more life like rendition than the one Rick commissioned. I'm not saying it's a real dead Bigfoot, I just appreciate this one more as a piece of artwork.
You will notice the added text on the lower area of the artwork, and I find the wording very odd.
"However, to remain compliant with non-disclosure arrangements, no characteristics indicating or suggesting the cause of death have been shown."
This confuses me somewhat. It's perfectly okay for Musky Allen to show us an artists interpretation of what he saw, but the artist had to omit the wounds? Um...why?
Rick Dyer has said countless times exactly how the "Bigfoot" met it's demise. Shot through the back of the head, knocking out two teeth is what Dyer said.
So, it's fine to talk about what happened, but we are not allowed to see the trauma caused to the facial area. This makes little sense to me.