posted on Sep, 22 2008 @ 11:24 AM
I tend to sway on the hoax side with this one.
Its hard for one person to keep a secret let alone 3 people.
I also found his description of the creature somewhat 'rehearsed'.
"high bridge forehead"...
Yes, he speaks as being credible, but could that be that the 'hillbilly' accent is covering up what may come across as non-credible from someone
with indoor plumbing?
I would say that with all the hype and money prospects to be made off Bigfoot lately, this guy could of become Jed Clampett and cashed in, if it was
in fact real.
This will turn into the same crap we all just witnessed with the Biscardi fiasco, make the statement, give a little supposed evidence, and then
This guy will get some fame, maybe some money from those stupid enough to pay for 'air', but all in all.. too many reasons why this is fake.
If I am wrong... we should know soon enough when his 'Lawyer' (who incidentally.. is probably the town mayor, school bus driver, local shoe repair
guy and ice cream man)
tells him what he has known all along.. Bigfoot are fair game in TX.