Rick Dyer suing Tom Biscardi, and reiterates how the Men In Black stole his Bigfoot body
When you watch this video by Rick Dyer, please maintain your composure and show a little respect for the man. He's been through a lot these past few years. For one thing, the Men In Black stole his Bigfoot and swapped it with a fake one. How would you react if someone did that to you? Ask yourself that question.
Rick Dyer's YouTube channel has over 3,000 subscribers. That's more subscribers than Tim Stover and TimberGiantBigfoot combined. On top of that, if you add Tim Fasano into the mix, Dyer still has them all beat. How did he get so many subscribers you ask? Remember the Bigfoot in the freezer hoax he admitted to in 2008? It made headlines all over the world, and Las Vegas promoter Tom Biscardi apparently was the ringmaster who pushed it all through.
Dyer claims that Biscardi had told them that they were going to make a ton of money if they can tap dance their way around the stage. Well, that didn’t happen after the news broke out that their Bigfoot was actually just a monkey costume in a freezer.
In the video below, Dyer claims he actually sued Tom Biscardi and won a judgment against him. Unfortunately, everything that Biscardi owned was put under his girlfriend’s name. Dyer says he’s working on putting a lean against Biscardi’s Bigfoot documentary “Anatomy of a Bigfoot Hoax.”