Ok, so on Coast to Coast last night George Noory interviewed the artist who created the Bigfoot suit that the idiots from Georgia used. He is 100%
certain that the suit in the picture is the suit he created.
Thanks for posting these JMS. I'm glad to see that this whole ordeal has been 100% proven as a hoax. Just as most of us suspected, these people are
frauds and hopefully the officer is forced to resign. I will admit though, this story did keep me interested...
Oh Lord, now someone else is looking to hop on the bandwagon and make a buck off this whole debarcle.
Next it'll be the company that made the freezer 'bigfoot' is stored in.
They do say, any publicity is good publicity.
speaking of the freezer.. it looked like a typical chest freezer.. and if you were to put a 500lb seven foot .. seven gorilla in there.. dont you
think it would be a pretty tight fit.. to me it looks like it doesnt take up half the cooler??????? Ive brought this up before.. but I dont seem to be
getting any where with it??
My favorite part is when the anchor lady give them a chance to distance themselves from Biscardi's statement about trying to make as much money as he
can. She asks "Do you share that goal to try and make as money off this as possible" Rick responds "Absolutely".
As stupid as Matt Whitton sounds when he talks, I see why they don't let Rick talk too much. He's only really good at saying
"www.bigfoottracker.com. We are the best Bigfoot trackers in the world". I think the media should try breaking him down. They have a better chance
with him slipping up because it's pretty obvious he's really dumb.
Rachel is a very good interviewer and at least the boys' were truthful in the respect about making money. I wonder if this has been Mr Biscardi's
idea from the get go. They are all in this too deep after the press conference. They should of come clean or not shown up. They claims are made, now
the criminal charges will follow.
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