Saturday, February 9, 2013
Breaking: Steve Kulls Uncovers The Real Musky Allen [Hoax Alert]
If you haven't heard, a supposed ex-apprentice of Rene Dahinden named Musky Allen (unverified, probably a lie by those promoting Musky/Dyer. Source tells us Musky has never worked with Rene Dahinden), who supposedly turned into a skeptic, got a chance to look at the body of a dead Bigfoot from an infamous hoaxer named Rick Dyer. Musky swears on his life that what he saw was the real deal. On Friday, Musky was caught in a "bald-faced" lie by Dr. Jeff Meldrum when he claimed that Meldrum blew him off by asking for an appearance fee of $5,500. Musky spun it by claiming his words were taken out of context.
The question everyone's asking now is: Is Musky Allen the real deal?
We've been hearing on the grapevine that Musky Allen is not who he says he is. According to several sources, Musky isn't really a skeptic at all. He main motive is to test how gullible Bigfooters are. We've seen several "Bigfoot" photographs posted by Musky Allen on Facebook like this one below. He claims his brother-in-law sent the image to him 10 years ago. Judging from Musky's past history in trying to fool "believers", this is probably another one of his hoaxes:
The Squatch Detective, Steve Kulls has posted an investigation of Musky Allen including exposing Musky's real name. Check out his blog here: squatchdetective.wordpress.com
Posted by Shawn at 2/09/2013 11:02:00 AM