Today Rick was featured on the Trinidad and Tobago News!! WOW, this is the huge time, forget about that big time stuff. I jest.
According to Freezer Boy there are 500 Bigfoot just in the United States. Where does Dyer pull this number from? I think he just pulls random numbers out of his ass. Since when is Rick in San Antonio and why did Lynk Paul lie about the body beig a real Bigfoot?
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He also made it on an Australian show. How come only small outlets overseas are touching this? Rick lets loose a few interesting things that I'll talk about on the weekend.
Next up is a video from ParaBreakdown. This video confirms what we were saying last year but Rick called me a liar. The audio is all Rick, so how are we, or anyone else liars?
Our fabulous friend, Rictor Riolo had an interview on KNPR in Las Vegas, and Rictor holds nothing back. Rictor will be appearing on Spike's 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty. The show premieres tomorrow night at 10/9c. Check your local listing for show time.
Click the link above to listen to Rictor's interview.
"Let's face it, as a society who has exploited nearly every inch of our planet, we're obsessed with what little mystery remains. Nothing represents that more than the ongoing quest for the shadowy, towering, ape-like Bigfoot, spawning television shows galore, books, college classes and more hoaxes than you can shake a giant plaster foot cast at.
Well, Rick Dyer claims not only to have seen sasquatch, but to have shot and killed one as well. And now he says he has the body, ready to be unveiled to all at a press conference on February 9th. It should be noted that this is the third or possibly fourth postponed date.
Not surprisingly, the Internet is ablaze with the news, and he's being featured everywhere from the Huffington Post to Fox to, well, now Esquire. Lots of people are calling bullshit on Dyer, citing a previous hoax of his involving a hairy costume stuffed full of meat, and the many, many holes in his story. But there are those who support him, as well, including (maybe) an award winning documentary filmmaker named Morgan Matthews, who was on site and filming that September day in 2012 when the shooting allegedly took place. Oddly, (or, depending on whether you buy Dyer's story, not) Matthews hasn't released any convincing footage, and at the end of his new documentary, Shooting Bigfoot, there are only the briefest of clips before the cliffhanger conclusion."
Make sure you read the entire article, it's comedy gold.