Alright. I'm starting to get real tired of beating a dead horse. Really. I'm sick of seeing Rick Dyer's face on my blog and I know many of you are feeling to same way too (Sorry!). Everyone should know by now that Dyer's latest "Bigfoot in a freezer" Part 2 stunt is another hoax, right? If you're still not convince, head over to Steve Kulls' website to read up on the connection between Rick Dyer's false claim about a Bigfoot filmed previously called "Of Monsters and Men". Its name has been changed to "Shooting Bigfoot" and it has Tom Biscardi's name all over it. LOL! LMAO! asldfjsaldf;lj.. Ouch, my side hurts. Side cramps.
Sigh... I think this is my last post on this Dyer business. I'm tired of banging my head on the wall asking why some people are risking their reputation on this Bigfoot body in Las Vegas claim. Really, people? Are you really that gullible? Don't answer that. I know some people really ARE that gullible. Do you know what the opposite of gullible is? If you don't know, go google it and learn to be more "opposite of gullible".
Here's a screen capture of the article that links "Of Monsters and Men" (the film Dyer is supposedly in) to Tom Biscardi, one of the men responsible for the Bigfoot-In-a-Freezer hoax of 2008. You should really visit Steve's site for the full breakdown of this latest hoax attempt by Mr. Rick Dyer, the 2008/2013 Bigfoot hoaxer. Click here to check out Steve's blog on this latest development.
One more thing. Rick Dyer doesn't even believe in Bigfoot. Check out his podcast where he says Bigfoot is a scam. A guy named Larry was recently banned for exposing this podcast by Dyer on the Facebook Find Bigfoot page. Sigh... To be more dramatic: This is what FBFB don't want you to know!