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Hoax: Georgia Bigfoot is a rubber costume
Posted on Tuesday, 19 August, 2008 |
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Its official, the 'Bigfoot' claimed to have been found and stored in a freezer by two hunters in Georgia has been thawed and found to be nothing more than a rubber costume.
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#84 Posted by
Gulf South Paranormal
on 21 August, 2008, 15:22
Why would you believe this to be true? Because one side of the liar's / hoaxer's said so? Edit: no receipt / canceled check has been produced. It was on the national news (CNN/Fox news) that they accepted the money and they are being sued to get the money back.
#85 Posted by
on 21 August, 2008, 15:34
It was on the national news (CNN/Fox news) that they accepted the money and they are being sued to get the money back. If there's one thing we should learn from this, it's what boys & girls...? Just because it's on the 'national news' doesn't make it true and sometimes the National Enquirer IS right! (John Edwards Mistress 'scandal')
#86 Posted by
on 21 August, 2008, 15:56
It was on the national news (CNN/Fox news) that they accepted the money and they are being sued to get the money back. Thanks for the reply, I did some checking and you're absolutely correct, it's been reported. I urge all to consider the ultimate source of this news, and it's from BiScardi! I'll believe it when I see the receipt / cancelled check.
#87 Posted by
on 21 August, 2008, 22:22
You're right, hoaxers are great. The only people who complain about them are those who fall for them time and time and time again. It's better to assume it's a hoax and be pleasantly suprised than assume it's real and look like a fool. What your saying is, "don't trust anyone." What a sad statement for humanity. Unfortunately, for the most part, I agree with you Cradle.
#88 Posted by
on 22 August, 2008, 13:20
Did someone say they found a rubber chicken body in the belly of that Rubber Big-Foot? Looks like a case for the MIBS. The Men In Bigfoot Suits. If it looks too good it is too good. That thing didnt even look good in the first place ?
#89 Posted by
on 23 August, 2008, 19:47
They should have rope around their necks.
#90 Posted by
on 24 August, 2008, 15:30
Yes, WMD was the hoax of the century; hopefully, there aren't anymore to be revealed about this administration. *ahem* 500 tons of uranium shipped from Iraq, Pentagon says http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/07/07/iraq.uranium/ US Removes Uranium From Iraq http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory?id=5314609 thats 500 tons of hoax, eh?
#91 Posted by
on 29 August, 2008, 16:54
Oh come on...... I have to agree completely. Soooooo, it should be perfectly fine for people to hold PRESS CONFERENCES, etc about lies? "Oh come on." (Did you vote for Bush twice? ) Jerry Springer is a TV SHOW. WE KNOW IT IS FAKE. IT IS ENTERTAINMENT(to some). They portrayed this as world changing news. Why would you even try to act like Springer falls into the same category as making up a big load of sh!t to run on stations like CNN where the information you're getting is supposed to be at least based in reality...what an openly dumb comparison. I can't believe some of you think its ok. Wow. ...
#92 Posted by
on 12 February, 2009, 21:45
Steve Kulls, the Sasquatch Detective, is complicit with the known hoaxer, Thomas Biscardi. One good thing, of all this horrendous anti-publicity from the Georgia bigfoot hoax, is that Biscardi and now Kulls have been outed as less-than truthful correspondents. Good riddance to bad rubbish (BScardi, Kulls, and the GA doofuses.) In actuality you are mistaken. Biscardi fed me a bunch of lies including an altered email which indicated the DNA was something other than what it was. I never publicly stated it was real. I went to Indiana like any good investigator would. I take a hands on approach and...
#93 Posted by
on 12 February, 2009, 21:56
In actuality you are mistaken. Biscardi fed me a bunch of lies including an altered email which indicated the DNA was something other than what it was. I never publicly stated it was real. I went to Indiana like any good investigator would. I take a hands on approach and an "I'll believe it when I see it approach". And less than 24 hours of being there I led the discovery of it being a suit. From the reference point I had at the time I lacked the evidence necessary to find Biscardi complicit with the hoax from the begining, leading to condemnation from folks like Matt Moneymaker, whom had an a...
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