The hunt for Bigfoot is finally over. A Texas hunter named Rick Dyer captured him via "hanging pork ribs from the WalMart down the street to the side of the tree." According to Dyer, after he hung the ribs up, Bigfoot, as he suspected, came to feast. Dyer filmed Bigfoot with, judging by the quality, what I suspect to be the first cellphone ever created. Then after he was done filming, he shot Bigfoot and dragged his body to an undisclosed location. He's since had DNA tests, 3D optical scans, and body scans performed on the body to prove it's "the real deal." He also plans on holding a news conference shortly to reveal the full Bigfoot body and test results.
Now, for all of you who are giddy with excitement about watching a press conference with a man who captured and killed Bigfoot with WalMart pork ribs, I need to rain on your parade here for a moment: This dude might be a fraud. I know, disheartening. But Dyer was involved in a Bigfoot hoax back in 2008 when an alleged Bigfoot body he and an associate had "discovered" turned out to be nothing more than a rubber ape suit. In other words, if I were a betting woman, I wouldn't put my money on Dyer. The Huffington Post said it best when they wrote: "Credibility is supposed to be the most important thing if you're trying to convince the world of something as questionable as Bigfoot. And when you fool the public once, it's not easy to get back into their graces."
But hey, if you're bored at work and want to kill a couple minutes, here's Dyer's crappy video. Enjoy!
Do you believe Dyer really captured Bigfoot?
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