Wednesday, April 2, 2014
More News From Andrew Clacy
I had another chance to speak with Andrew Clacy tonight and we mostly talked about Texas and Daytona.
Before I get to that I would like to remind people of something Rick said. Dyer is frantically scrambling, trying to pin blame on anyone and everyone.
Rick Dyer said: "When we was in Spokane, WA , Andrew was the camera man and we filmed many different scenarios."
Chris Russell said:
"I asked Rick to only bring one person into my studio with him and I was introduced to the person although at this point I do not remember his name but I believe that person to be link according to his description."
If Andrew did not go pick up the body with Rick, why was there a need to film many different scenarios? There was no need. Rick, as usual tries to deflect the issue and put the attention on someone else.
Andrew told me he had a video of him standing in the cold while Rick and Lynk went to get the body. Well, here it is.
Now, let's talk about Texas. Andrew said the Alamo Drafthouse paid Rick $3,500 in total for the two shows. The take from tickets to see Hank were $5,000 per day, over three days.
That's a total of $18,500. That's some decent coin I must admit. Andrew said he and Dale worked 18 hour days and when Andrew asked for $200 each for wages, Rick barked at Andrew for even suggesting they get paid. Andrew did say Rick fed them. What a swell guy Rick Dyer is, a regular humanitarian.
Daytona was a completely different story. Sales sucked. Rick originally had admission set at $10 per person. According to Andrew, four children wanted to see the "body", so Musky Allen only charged them $5 each. Rick heard this, dropped his tablet ( He was busy reading about himself) and started shouting at Musky.
A fist fight almost broke out between the two of them over this. Gee, there goes Rick, stealing the sparkle from children's eyes again. Andrew assured me that if it came to blows, Musky would have won easily over the out of shape Dyer. Apparently Rick made quite the fool of himself in front of the other vendors.
The next day admission was dropped to $5. I'm trying very hard not to laugh my ass off. I would have paid $20 to watch Musky hang a lickin' on dough boy.
Andrew told me that he feels sorry for the things that happened in the past and he's embarrassed that he was duped by Rick. According to Clacy, he honestly believed Rick had a real dead Bigfoot until Andrew was able to squeeze the foot in Daytona.
It was at that time Andrew decided to leave. Andrew said everyone that went on tour with Rick was abused in varying degrees. Some friend and business associate Dyer turned out to be. No wonder the idiot has no friends.
We knew this was a hoax. We screamed until we were blue in the face, hoping people would wake up. Some did. Others needed to find out for themselves and in their own way. Some would call that the hard way, some would not.
The fact is, there is nobody left on Dyer's team except for Tim Fricke, the guy who likes to follow in Dyer's foot steps. All the others have finally seen the light.
I have made my peace with Jason, Jake and Andrew. Many things have been said in the past. I still find it hard to understand how people could be fooled by Rick Dyer, but they were. They admitted they were fooled. They have come here to make their own peace and they try to participate here.
Some people have been very understanding and some have not. That is something I have no control over. I can't tell people what emotions to feel, or how to interact with people.
I can only be responsible for me.
More information will be coming in the future. When and what information is something I don't know yet. It's usually a spontaneous event. I can tell you this though, when I get more information, it will be posted immediately.