This past week we have had opinions given about Rick Dyer's Bigfoot dummy from three people with many years of experience in their chosen fields.
KLONE. Doug's professional opinion is that Dyer's Bigfoot is a poorly constructed prop. You can read the entire post here.
The Crypto Crew. Jennifer followed that with an interview with Paul While, a special effect artist from London. The complete Q & A can be found here.
The Crypto Crew
Interview with Shawn Shelton"Still seeking expert opinions about the dead bigfoot, I turn to Shawn Shelton of Bandersnatch Studios. Shawn is co owner of Bandersnatch Studios and he gives his opinions about the dead bigfoot. You can find them on facebook by Clicking Here."
Freezer Boy didn't take kindly to experienced professionals critiquing his Bigfoot dummy so Rick immediately labelled all of them as "haters". Dyer uses this term of endearment for anyone who disagrees with him. These people are not haters and nobody asked them to alter their opinions to suit some sort of agenda. That's just another fabrication thrown around by a few Dyer supporters.
A Spanish news reporter is taken more seriously by Rick and his supporters than three professionals are. It makes you wonder how logic and common sense can be discarded so easily by people who are Dyer bleevers. I'm still shaking my head over the entire hair burning thing.
This next bit of information has the potential to blow the lid off the entire hoax. I came across the information via Hank Squatch and I would like to thank him for bringing this to our attention.
All of you know I do my best to provide you with links, video and/or screenshots to back up what I say. Unfortunately I am unable to do so for this post. The person making the claims does not want to come out publicly for fear of retaliation by Rick Dyer. We tried, we tried very hard to get the source to come out. I know who the individual is but I promised I would not reveal any names.
The person says he/she is 99% sure it was Rick who called for a quote on a Bigfoot body. The person wrote down Rick's number just in case he called back. There were no email exchanges or recorded conversations.
"Um... rubber? This sounded familiar so I looked and sure enough, last year this guy asked us to build a "realistic bigfoot body" that could be toured. He balked at our price. Dunno who did this for him (and on what kind of budget) but I guess you get what you pay for?"
The person who believes Rick called has nothing to gain and really didn't know anything about Rick until he/she did some research on Dyer. The person found Dyer's YouTube channel, watched a few insane videos of Rick's and decided it wasn't worth the hassle to step forward.
I personally think it was Rick who phoned the company for a quote. The coincidences are too astronomical for it to be anyone else. Since I do not have 100% proof, I state it as my opinion, you can come to your own conclusions.
The evidence seems virtually impossible for Rick to refute. Seriously, how many people phone a special effects company wanting a realistic Bigfoot body for display and touring purposes?
This may not be absolute proof but it sure as hell is damning evidence. If anyone is still believing Rick Dyer has a real dead Bigfoot body, now would be the time to cut your losses.