Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Ricky's Hoax-In-A-Box Is On Tour!
Rick's Trackermobile and hoax hauler were spotted in Ritzville, Wa. A well known person in the community happened to be in the same restaurant as Dyer. He popped outside and snapped this photo.
I have not spoken to this person but from what I understand, the trailer is not equipped with any sort of motor or cooling unit. Rick has denied the body was taxidermied, even though he said it was mounted. Early last year, according to Musky Allen, the body was not frozen but it was partially preserved. Dyer promptly shot down both of Musky's claims about any preservation.
Once again, we have to ask. HOW is this corpse being kept intact? It's not frozen. It's not preserved. It's not taxidermied (mounted). Is the damn thing freeze dried and looking like a piece of ten year old jerky or has Rick found some magical way of keeping his "Bigfoot" intact and free from decomposition? Seriously, if you believe this, I would suggest taking an IQ test.
As luck would have it, Ricky posted a shiny brand new video with all sorts of scary warnings on it. Ricky needs to read up on Fair Use. Perhaps someone can show him a picture book with pop-ups and stuff.
Thanks to DVD Ian for posting the link and making us aware of this video. Ian is from the U.K. and a solid supporter of Rick's. So far Rick hasn't shown Ian anything and Ian is STILL waiting for his DVDs. It looks like Tricky Ricky is too busy touring small towns to be mailing out DVDs. Sorry Ian, we tried to warn you.
Here is Freezer Boy's latest video. It doesn't show much except some confused people and a lady who says it looks like her ex husband. Dyer burns some hair or fur to show it's not plastic. That hardly constitutes proof but it looks good on video.
I think Rick somehow thinks this video helps his cause and boosts his hoax in to the realm of reality. Sadly it does not. Nothing is shown in the video except random strangers with so-so reactions. A couple of the girls acted like they saw a big spider, but that's my take on it.
I would like to bring up something else from yesterday. Rick posted a video based on a comment I made on Facebook. I said IF it's proven Rick has a real dead Bigfoot, I would wear Team Tracker gear for a year. I absolutely made that statement and I stand behind it.
Rick took it as a bet. The thing about a bet is BOTH parties have to offer up something. Rick never said what he's willing to lose if (when) he loses.
This is the video posted by Rick:
I'm open to a bet with Rick and since we aren't wagering money, I'm sure this is perfectly legal.
In order for Rick to win this bet, his "Bigfoot" body has to be verified by real, credentialed scientists. Dentists, General practitioners, or someone with an online diploma doesn't count. The body MUST be 100% verified authentic as a new species and backed up with data.
Clear photos/video of the body.
Rick gets pissy if too many constraints are put on him and I think these requirements are more than fair.
If I lose, I will wear Team Tracker gear for a year AND I will transfer the bigfoottrackernews.com domain to Rick Dyer.
If Rick Dyer loses, he has to wear a Racer X Tshirt that I will order just for him AND he transfers the bigfoottracker.com domain to me.
What say you, Ricky? Put up or shut up. Take the bet.