Ricky just can't catch a break. I know all of you have read this but it's worth posting because it will add to the Dyer Legacy. Here is the link: KRQE 13
Tucked inside a glass case inside a trailer is where Rick Dyer is hauling what he claims to be the body of Bigfoot. It’s not the first place you would think to the real Sasquatch.
Some said it looks like it’s part of a circus act. However, Dyer, the self-proclaimed Bigfoot hunter, said it’s the real deal and he’s taking it on country-wide tour, even making a stop in Albuquerque.
Dyer said the creature stands 8 feet tall and weighed almost 800 pounds when he killed it. He said its feet measure about 13 inches long and his head is a lot bigger than the average man’s. “His head, as you can see, is almost three times as big as mine,” Dyer said.
Dyer said he shot it in September 2012 outside of San Antonio after being in the woods only six days. He shot cellphone video of what he claims is proof Bigfoot was alive before he shot it.
“I was on a mission to find him because of what happened in 2008,” Dyer said.
If the name Rick Dyer sounds familiar, it should. In 2008, Dyer was busted trying to pass a rubber suit as the body of Bigfoot. It was a complete hoax.
However, Dyer said he did shoot one before that stunt, but the government took it. He said this is about restoring his reputation.
But not everyone is buying it, including those from Skeptics Society. Sharon Hill, owner of doubtfulnews.com, has been following Dyer’s story from the beginning.
“Other than that, we have the promise of a known hoaxer and he’s trying to make money off of this,” Hill said. “Even the Bigfoot community is doubtful.”
According to a Phoenix television station, venues there – including the International UFO Conference – said they didn’t want his exhibit. Albuquerque venues didn’t welcome him either before Dyer and his so-called real Bigfoot packed up and headed to Texas.
But get this, Dyer said that is where he will add a second Bigfoot to his exhibit. That’s right, he claims he shot two that same day in 2012. He said two venues, one in Amarillo and one in Austin, have booked his exhibit.
Here are a few screen shots from the newscast. You will notice Rick covered up Hank's obviously fake feet so no more stills could be grabbed.
Here is a close up of Hank's face. I think Dyer noticed that the powder on the face was a bit much. Wow, you can really see how fake looking the face is now. I like how the inside of the nose just stops...as if it's made of clay or something. Look how thick the "skin" is on that nose. Incredible. I also notice bumps on the nose, as if specks of debris were caught up in the clay or whatever medium was used to sculpt the face. This then transferred through when the mold was made and it showed up in the finished cast. Look at the groove between the bulb of the nose and the nostril to the right of the picture. Someone made a bit of an error.
There are many more anomalies that I have not mentioned but it does look like another popped air bubble or indentation on the outside of the nose, right side of screen. I left some for the rest of you to find.
Last but not least is another close up of Hank's nose. The bulb of the nose is askew and the nostrils are not symmetrical. This is sculpture is so bad that I'm having a difficult time trying to choose a word to describe it.
I see Freezer Boy is still using "the government took the body" routine with reporters and anyone else who might actually believe him. Is it just me, or have any of you noticed Rick's biggest reasons for his "kill"? Redemption. That's all he can think about. He wants to restore his credibility but he never had any to begin with.
If Rick was a true researcher and upstanding member of the Bigfoot community, his main goal would have been to show the world that Bigfoot really do exist. He would be passionate about it and excited to have it front stage and center with all the real scientists present to verify the body. Fame and fortune would soon follow.
Instead, we get an egotistical maniac bent on touring the country in a bus so he can stop in restaurant parking lots and show random people his Bigfoot dummy for $5.00 a pop, or whatever his fee is. This chump-change-tour should be enough to tell you this entire tour is one big joke. Fortunately for us, we are not the brunt of the jokes.
EDITED: Thanks to a reader of this blog, we have more exciting news. We are so happy all of you are actively participating. It's more than we had hoped for. One by one people are waking up.
"If Dyer’s name sounds familiar to viewers, it’s because he made KENS 5 news for other reasons in 2011, when San Antonio police arrested him for defrauding folks on eBay, for allegedly selling them Corvettes he never delivered.
But Dyer’s real fame comes among the Bigfoot hunting community: where he is known for a Sasquatch hoax in 2008 that gained international attention."