Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Craig Sees the "Body"
I'm sure a few of you have already watched the video but I would like to add a few things that peaked my interest.
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First, the most annoying part of this video is the copyright in the line of Craig's and Rick's eyes. Hiding the eyes is suspicious because we(most people) can usually tell when people are lying. Craig hardly ever looks at the camera, and instead it looks like he's reading notes to remember his story or timeline. Rick is in the habit of lying anyway, so I don't give him any credibility. If you remember the video Rick made awhile back, the one where it looked like he was going to come clean and admit a hoax. He did a half decent job of acting in that but it wasn't Oscar material.
Craig talks about the body being moved by a crane. Why would anyone move the body itself without containing it? This alleged body is coming up on a year old and it hasn't been embalmed or frozen, according to Dyer.
He says the gurney is wheeled underneath the body as it's being carried out by a crane. Again, the body, if it's real, should have been contained. An insulated crate comes to mind. Perhaps a crate with a built in skid so a forklift could pick it up. This is how things are done in the normal world.
There are companies that specialize in crate making and build them to exact specifications:
A power tailgate is irrelevant, especially a custom made tailgate to accommodate the gurney. Open the door and load him and his container with a forklift. What would have been more believable to me is if "Hank" was preloaded in to a sea can, like the ones loaded on to barges.then craned on to a trailer.
So far these people are treating "Hank" like a pile of garbage instead of the most magnificent discovery of our life time. His poor old, dead body is just picked up by a crane and carried to the truck. That's one tough body.
Craig also says the truck was very big. How big of a truck do they need to carry a nine foot tall, 800 lb. carcass? It would fit in a one ton refrigerated cube van perfectly. It's simply more efficient logistically and monetarily.
I'm very familiar with delivery trucks and the equipment used to load them, so Craig's story makes no sense at all.
Craig goes on to say the doors of the building were over-sized but he gives no rough estimates. I have no idea what the purpose of that piece of information was because it's not important. There are buildings all over the world that have over-sized doors.
They were allegedly moving a large body, not the space shuttle.
The most interesting thing of all is Craig doesn't talk about the body. No descriptions of size or features. If I saw a dead Bigfoot body, I wouldn't be interested in the transportation or facility. I would be taking in every single feature of this being, studying it as best as I could. None of that is covered.
Once this video is punched full of holes, maybe an excuse will come out as to why this video was so lame. Perhaps Rick needed a good excuse to miss the Vermont "expedition".