Sunday, December 1, 2013
Hank's New Home
In case some of are not aware of this, Freezer Boy had a late, late show last night and he revealed his super-duper, top of the line future home for Hank.
I couldn't believe what I was watching and almost spit out my morning coffee when I saw this contraption that took weeks to construct. Really? Weeks?
The box doesn't look like it can support Rick, let alone an 8 ft. tall, 800 lb. corpse. The enclosure for Hank to lay in looks far too shallow as well. How does Rick expect to keep this magically preserved body from deteriorating? Why can't he show the box in detail and during daylight hours?
Here is the link to the video. Jump ahead to the 13:30 mark for the big reveal.
If you don't want to watch the video, I grabbed some stills of this engineering masterpiece. Rick says he spent $35 on seven new tires!!
I have no idea how Rick is going to slide this huge and heavy body in to this tight space. I'm sure a much lighter, fake body will be easier to handle. How are people supposed to see the face and the top of the body? You mean we only get to see a side view? What a rip-off.
Dyer also said he spent $2,500 on a 12 ft. trailer. This guy spares no expense on the discovery of our time. I can hardly wait to see the finished product, I'm sure it will be make all us naysayers jealous (not).
Dyer keeps telling everyone he doesn't have money. He's had to beg and borrow just to cobble together this earth shattering event. Why is that? I'm quite confident any bank would loan Rick money if he could prove he was going to receive 9 million dollars. All Ricky needs to do is show the bank the paperwork from his scientist friends that confirm Dyer killed a Bigfoot. He could also show them the HD footage of the Bigfoot actually being shot. He could show them the autopsy video.
According to Rick, he has documented everything, so it should be no problem getting a short term loan.
He claims to have spent $4,000 to house a body worth millions and millions of dollars. Are we expected to believe he has a real body that he's going to tow around to flea markets, gun shows and carnivals?
Why not spend $500,000 on a nice tractor/trailer unit with a professionally built trailer for all the gawkers to wander through? Hell, he could have a merchandise shop in it too. It's all about those add-on sales.
It seems like a small investment for the untold millions Dyer will make, right? The fact of the matter is, there is no real dead Bigfoot. I'm still laughing because this latest absurdity is...well...absurd.
Ricky still likes to say he's shown more proof of the existence of Bigfoot than anyone else has but as of today, we have not seen one shred of proof of a dead Bigfoot. None.
It's time for the last straggling supporters of Rick Dyer and his hoax in a box to wake up and realize they're all being taken for a ride.