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Bigfoot corpse, evidence to be revealed Friday ?

Posted on Wednesday, 13 August, 2008 | Comment icon 51 comments


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"Two bigfoot hunters claim they have the body of one and plan to release a photo and what they claim is DNA evidence at a news conference in Palo Alto on Friday."

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Comment icon #42 Posted by MadEyePixie on 14 August, 2008, 5:02
I can't open any of the links from Cryptomundo.com Try this: http://www.cryptomundo.com.nyud.net/crypto...ga-gorilla-pic/
Comment icon #43 Posted by Yetihunter on 14 August, 2008, 5:34
Upon hearing the news of this a couple of weeks ago, my first impression was hoax - because of the way they were handling it. Now that I've seen that "body" in the freezer photo, I'm even more convinced. It just looks like a fake to me, and not a really good one. Somehow Biscardi has weaseled his way into this and he is for sure a known hoaxer. I think he's just trying to grab his fifteen minutes with this whole ordeal. It would be awesome to finally get a real sasquatch body to examine, but this one is not it - imo.
Comment icon #44 Posted by Incorrigible1 on 14 August, 2008, 6:19
Those U-M folk that might find this thread interesting should check out the vast info available on the Crypto forum. Few of us regular denizens of the Crypto forums have been taken in by the fairly-obvious hoaxing occurring here............................
Comment icon #45 Posted by Pavot on 14 August, 2008, 6:33
This here is not for the faint of heart or those that love animals as I could not write this out no other way but for being graphic in my comment… One does not simple bend over and grab an arm of a Possible Sasquatch and toss it upon their back and one does not drag a 500 pound creature to their truck, in order to move a 500 animal carcass or body, it has to be quartered out and that includes gutting it out and that means he does not have a whole 500 pound Animal/Sasquatch or any other 500 beast, that means he has parts and pieces of it, so I find this not logical, unless, he happened upon the... [More]
Comment icon #46 Posted by Ody on 14 August, 2008, 6:38
Mh, a quick read of the article made me think that the "Animal" had been found in Palo Alto California. I find it a shame, I would have loved a country club living Bigfoot.
Comment icon #47 Posted by ThePitOfReason on 14 August, 2008, 6:54
Styrofoam is for insolation. Yes it is that could be the idea I guess behind it good answer
Comment icon #48 Posted by Socio on 14 August, 2008, 23:08
Those U-M folk that might find this thread interesting should check out the vast info available on the Crypto forum. Few of us regular denizens of the Crypto forums have been taken in by the fairly-obvious hoaxing occurring here............................ It would be nice to be able to but that site is slammed, I sure hope they release the DNA information tomorrow to more than just that site so we can actually get a look at it.
Comment icon #49 Posted by Incorrigible1 on 14 August, 2008, 23:53
It would be nice to be able to but that site is slammed, I sure hope they release the DNA information tomorrow to more than just that site so we can actually get a look at it. I was referring to the Cryptozoology forum of U-M.
Comment icon #50 Posted by IronWarrior on 15 August, 2008, 4:31
Intriguing, but giving the past history with things like the alien autopsy hoaxes, I'll stay on the fence and see how this plays out. Same here
Comment icon #51 Posted by plastic-woogle on 15 August, 2008, 4:55
I'm afraid this might be viral marketing for that cartoon network thing, cryptids are real. I really really hope not.


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