This article is making it's rounds in various Facebook Bigfoot groups and in a few blogs. Is it just me, or is Dyer the only one who thinks this article about him is positive? I noticed Dyer changed his cover photo like it's some sort of gold star in colouring book. Whatever blows your mohawk back, I guess.
The article covers quite a bit of the hoax and it also shows Dyer's shady side, but we already knew that. The link for the article: BuzzFeed
Here are a few snippets that show what Dyer is all about:
"Over the last 50 years, allegations of devious men using wooden feet and fur suits have cast a long shadow over the Bigfoot phenomenon. But Dyer’s dark talents are rare. He’s an admitted serial hoaxer with a chameleon-like ability to cultivate a new persona for each gambit, from bumbling neophyte to Sasquatch evangelist to P.T. Barnum-like showman."
He's hardly a chameleon. He'll just do and say whatever is necessary to scam a few bucks. It's called lying.
"Rick Dyer and I are driving around an affluent black suburb of Atlanta, a neighborhood of large lots, elegant brick homes, and golf course lawns. In a driveway, he sees what he’s looking for: a black luxury SUV with low mileage and a low asking price. Dyer, who’s wearing his camouflage Bigfoot hat and matching “master tracker” button-up, is looking to flip it — this is his day job — and he’s sized up the seller immediately. “The oil is full but he doesn’t know what a jumper cable is,” he says."
“What you’re looking at is the perfect person to buy a car from.”
After a quick drive around the block, Dyer tells the seller that the transmission is shot. It needs a rebuild, and thus, the $2,000 price tag just doesn’t make sense.
The two men haggle for a moment, and eventually settle on $1,400.
Afterward, I ask Dyer what he’ll make reselling it.
“$5,500,” he replies.
“Does that include what you’ll pay for a new transmission?”
“It doesn’t need one,” Dyer says, chuckling. “But it does need some transmission work.”
This doesn't surprise me at all. Rick Dyer, model Christian...pffft.
" It can be difficult to untangle basic details about a man who lies for a living and seems to have no connection to his past. I ask, for instance, if he’ll put me in touch with his sister, and, in a text, he says there’s zero chance she’ll talk to me. I ask who his oldest friend is, and he connects me with a chicken farmer in Virginia named Jackie Pridemore. Pridemore tells me that the two met a couple of years ago, after he wrote a rap song about Dyer’s Bigfoot exploits."
Dyer's oldest friend is a guy from the internet? A bit of the pot calling the kettle black, I see. (That will go over Rick's head.)
"Dyer embraces the confusion. “I want people to write that I’m very deceptive, that I dance around stuff,” he says. “I want people to write all kinds of shit. I want people to write that I don’t have a body, so that when that time comes and I do, then it’ll make the people who said I didn’t look like idiots.”
This is the funniest part of the entire article. Dyer whines like a baby all the time about this blog and anyone who writes a realistic article about him. Rick still thinks he'll kill a Bigfoot. The comedy never ends in Fantasyland.
Rick Dyer appears to be so desperate to try to discredit me, he's actually misquoting me on purpose. Maybe I'm wrong and it's just Dyer's lack of reading or comprehension skills that is the issue. Is this all he has to lean on?
This in reference to a blog post made by Tim Fasano and Tim shared the link on Facebook. Dyer has me blocked, so he thinks I can't see what he writes...and he has the nerve to call me a coward.
I made a comment on Tim's post and THIS is what I said:
In a previous blog post by Dyer, he told blatant lies about me and my good friend, Steve Kulls. Dyer is always all over the place when he talks about Steve. One day Steve had nothing to do with the hoax and the next day Kulls was a major player in the hoax.
|Used with permission from Steve Kulls|
Then Rick usually goes on to say that Steve Kulls was never a private investigator. Dyer had some sort of proof of this but as usual, he never shows his proof.
Thanks to Steve, we have proof that he was, in fact, a private investigator. Steve told me his license is expired but he can still be searched in the database. Click the photo to enlarge.
|Used with permission from Steve Kulls|
Once again Rick Dyer has been proven to be a liar. Dyer knows he's lying, yet there are a few people who still think he's being honest. These people need to shake the shit out of their heads. I'm sure Fred Burk and Tim Fricke know Rick is full of shit. They are in on this current hoax, so they are in on the lies too.
Doll Boy said I tried to join his group years ago and that is another lie from the moron. Anyone who knows me, knows I would rather wash my eyes with bleach than be associated with the likes of that filthy conman.
Apparently there are a few wannabe conspiracy theorists saying I am actually working with Rick in some sort of elaborate scheme. I wonder how that theory was born. Maybe the person or people went to the same outstanding school Rick attended. That was sarcasm.
Rick Dyer is the one allegedly making money, not me, so I fail to see the rationale in the theory. It's more than likely a Doll Boy supporter trying to stir the pot. Good thing this blog has readers that can rationalize and form coherent thought processes.