The hoax in a box is coming to Houston! If you're in the area, Hankenstein will be shown at the Drafthouse cinema Feb. 24/25. I don't know what time the discovery of the modern age will be shown.
"Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as we welcome famed Bigfoot hunter Rick Dyer and his biggest catch yet - the corpse of the mythical North American man-ape himself.
Dyer, as you might have read in the Houston Chronicle, recently produced photos of his catch after revealing that he shot and killed the missing link that has been the obsession of cryptozoologists for decades. In 2012, Dyer laid the perfect bait for the beast - nailing ribs purchased at a Wal-Mart outside San Antonio - to trees near where the monster had previously been spotted. Armed with only his bravery - and some heavy firepower - Dyer tracked and killed the heretofore-unknown creature. For the last several years, Dyer has been working with an unnamed university to run tests and autopsies on the creature and now Dyer is ready to show off his catch to the world.
Join us at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema as we pull back the curtain and offer up a rare opportunity to come face-to-face with the lifeless corpse of one of nature's most elusive animals. Tickets to this event will include a mystery screening of a Bigfoot-themed movie, an in-depth Q&A with Rick Dyer and a chance to glance upon the one and (possibly) only Bigfoot!"
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Is this for real? Not very long ago Rick Dyer was telling people he was offered 50 million dollars for his throw-back throw rug from the 60s and now it will be shown in a theater on a Monday and Tuesday. I'm surprised Hank didn't get a prime time slot, you know, because he's the discovery of the 12st century and all.
I'm sure the rubes will line up and pay what ever it costs to go to these shin-digs and Rick will entertain them with new twists and turns in his ever changing story of what "really" happened that "fateful day".
I wonder if the baby Bigfoot will be there..if it's made yet. I hope no more pop out like Gremlins before show time.
I'm just going to ramble here for a bit and talk about a few random things on my mind. Freezer Boy's story has changed dramatically since Hank was released. I find it very strange that the story changed after all the discrepancies were pointed out with regards to the "body". It has been shown that Musky's description of Hank doesn't jive with what Hankenstein really looks like.
No black nails, as described by Musky Allen.
No shaved areas as described by Musky Allen.
According to Musky, the shaved areas had all the hair glued back on. Seriously? Who the hell would believe such a story? You would have to lack all rational thought in order to buy that line of bull.
The "students" at the "university" do a really lousy job of turning Hank in to a big doll but somehow they manage to hide the shaved areas perfectly buy gluing hair back on. I wonder how they managed to glue individual hairs back on. That would be more difficult than hand punching, I would think.
While I'm on the subject of the taxidermy and such, let's talk about the skeleton. Dyer is supposed to receive the skeleton in March. Why, is anyone's guess. I would think the "government" would at least want to keep that much of this flea bag.
Once again these "university students" amaze me. They can "wing it" on a taxidermy of the biggest biological discovery ever, do a shitty job at it, BUT they can extract all the bones out of Hank and not leave a mark. I. Am. Fiberglasted!...said no one, ever.
Come on folks, it's simply not a realistic story. Is anyone believing this? Maybe they turned Hank inside out from his necropsy incision and magically shook out all the bones. Hank is magical after all.
If Hank was at this alleged university for the past 15 or 16 months, how did Musky view the body? We are almost at the one year anniversary of Musky's "viewing", so the timeline doesn't jive. Uh oh, I sense a story change coming up in the near future.
I can drive a truck through the new narrative, it's that bad. Let's drive on. According to Robert Lindsay's blog, the tent video Bigfoot is a female. No way. Man, she's one homely squatch, mustache and all. How come she doesn't look like the Bigfoot Morgan Matthews filmed?
This was also posted by Robert. Please keep in mind he is only reporting on the information he is given.
"At sun-up, the authorities came because they had been called by Rick. The Texas State Police arrived but they had no idea of what to do."
Is that a fact? No, it's not a fact. There is no such thing as the Texas State Police, not any more that is. The state police were dissolved on April 22, 1873.
"They called the Texas Game Commission. The Game Commission came and took some samples for their own use. Rick wanted to take the body to a university."
"The Texas Game and Fish Commission managed wildlife, fish, and marine resources and sanctuaries; conducted research and gathered information on Texas' fish and game; promoted preservation efforts; regulated hunting activities and enforced game laws; educated the public about conservation and environmental issues; controlled the sand, shell, and gravel in Texas' waters; and oversaw the operations of fish hatcheries, game preserves, and oyster beds throughout Texas until its merger with the Texas State Parks Board to form the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1963 (House Bill 21, 58th Legislature, Regular Session)."
The only other Texas Game Commission is this agency: Texas Gaming
I have always mentioned Texas Parks and Wildlife Department as the "go to" people and those folks told me this is a HOAX. Nobody contacted them. I have stated this repeatedly in the past. Make sure you check all of the dates in the emails. Click on the photos to enlarge.
Here is another bit of information since we are on the subject of Police and Game Commissions. This was posted earlier today at Bigfootology. Go have a look.
The "government" took a Bigfoot body but they gave it back. This is an asinine thing to even say. When has the government ever given anything back? Did the government ever give back all the strange things the UFO people have willingly handed over? NO. As in NEVER. The government always loses things, everyone knows that. If that happened, let's see the paperwork on the release back to Rick or his "investors". There is always paperwork, it's the government.
Here's another convenient coincidence. Rick is now saying there were three Bigfoot that night in San Antonio. I wonder if it was the same three from back in 2008. Skip to about the 1:25 mark if you don't have a spare four minutes.
This last bit is for the people on Rick's fan page asking where he shot Hankenstein the Bigfoot dummy. Rick isn't answering them because he's so busy with the big tour and all, so I'll answer for him.
It all happened in a small plot of land on the edge of San Antonio near The Home Depot at Loop 1604 and HWY 151.
LINK: Google Map
Over Rick's shoulder, behind him, is The Home Depot parking lot. Thankfully I got the screen shot before he deleted his incriminating videos.
This lame story of Rick's isn't even a challenge any more but that doesn't mean we are going any where. I wonder how long it will be now until the narrative changes AGAIN! I have lost count.