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It’s more than 7-feet tall. Weighs over 500 pounds and walked upright -- three "Bigfoot" seekers, including a Redwood City man, Wednesday claimed they have proof that they have found the body of the elusive creature in the wilds of Georgia.And on Friday, at a news conference in Palo Alto, they say they will present DNA evidence to prove the carcass of “Rickmat” is that of a bigfoot.Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, Georgia residents who lead Bigfoot-tracking expeditions, say they found the body of what appears to be a Bigfoot in the woods of northern Georgia and will join local Bigfoot researcher Tom Biscardi at the news conference, according to Robert Barrows, who is publicizing the event.Among the creatures's other physical characteristics of the body -- according to the hunters website -- http://www.searchingforbigfoot.com/ -- were flat feet similar to human feet. Its footprint is 16 ¾ inches long and the length from palm to tip of the middle finger is 11 ½ inches long.
I was actually thinking "they" should check the missing persons rosters. Being a native Georgian, I can testify that it would not be the first time a redneck became too drunk to find his way out of the beer cooler.
Wouldn't a veteran Bigfoot tracker be one who excels in not finding a bigfoot?
This is the "additional photographic evidence" they produced. I couldn't get them so I took a picture of someone else's pictures. Note that the pictures they printed were web-resolution pictures that were blown up, so they were slightly pixelated and no better than what you see on the web. The first picture shows a close-up of Bigfoot's mouth, the teeth are in the middle and the tongue is sticking out to the left. The bottom picture shows a live Bigfoot walking in the woods.
Sorry Allen Your picture was not showing so I fixed it!
OK, here's the complete report on the Bigfoot Press Conference.This guy was out on the street holding a sign that said "Honk 4 Bigfoot" and "Palo Alto Loves Bigfoot." He was a friendly guy but a little strange. He was carrying two scanners and a slick Yaesu "ham" radio that mounted to his handlebars. The lady on the left was a serious Bigfoot conspiracy theorist. She felt that the media was suppressing the evidence and was asking the guy if he seriously believed in Bigfoot.So the local NBC, ABC, and CBS affiliates all showed up. I saw the local Fox affiliate inside as well.I didn't get in until about 30 minutes into the press conference, and people were asking serious questions like they actually had a body and actually spotted a living bigfoot. Five minutes later someone asked "Is this a hoax?" I can't believe it took 35 minutes before someone asked that question.There was no shortage of cameras and serious news people there. I asked a guy with an ABC News credential: "Why are you guys taking this seriously?" He had this complex look that said "My journalistic integrity makes me appalled," but then he grumbled half-heartedly "Well, it's entertaining."This is Tom Biscardi producing two additional images documenting his "proof." I think all three guys took questions. Descriptions are further below.At the end he said he would pass out copies of the two additional photographs. There was a crush of people trying to get the pics. Biscardi was making people show their credentials so I couldn't get them.After the press conference, Bigfoot got on his knees while someone interviewed him on camera, and the question I heard was: "What's on your iPod?"
Quote from: Karen W. on 16/08/2008 01:38:24 Sorry Allen Your picture was not showing so I fixed it!My server is fakakta. It happens way too often, usually hitting refresh will get them to post.
Quote from: AllenG on 16/08/2008 03:00:10Quote from: Karen W. on 16/08/2008 01:38:24 Sorry Allen Your picture was not showing so I fixed it!My server is fakakta. It happens way too often, usually hitting refresh will get them to post. Don't be sorry.. Hee hee hee.. LOL And I thought I fixed it I just reposted it and it fixed itself because it was refreshed! LOL.. I forgot about your server.. I remember you told us that before... sorry a brain Fart at my age is not so uncommon!
At this time action is being instigated against the perpetrators of this fraud," Kulls writes on Biscardi's Web site. "On behalf of myself I can say with certainty Matthew Whitton and Ricky Dyer [are] not the best Bigfoot trackers in the world!
Quote from: Karen W. on 17/08/2008 02:46:57Quote from: AllenG on 16/08/2008 03:00:10Quote from: Karen W. on 16/08/2008 01:38:24 Sorry Allen Your picture was not showing so I fixed it!My server is fakakta. It happens way too often, usually hitting refresh will get them to post. Don't be sorry.. Hee hee hee.. LOL And I thought I fixed it I just reposted it and it fixed itself because it was refreshed! LOL.. I forgot about your server.. I remember you told us that before... sorry a brain Fart at my age is not so uncommon!I'm not too far behind you myself, and my brain has been windy for some time now.
http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2008/08/21/dnt.bigfoot.phoney.wsb^^^The two hoaxers being interviewed by our local TV.Best quote:"I don't believe it does effect my credibility at all, because this is Bigfoot."--Matt Whitton