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Hoax: Georgia Bigfoot is a rubber costume

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news icon rIts 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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Vampwitchenstein

Besides publicizing their site, WTF was their reason for this? Or was that just it? Seems so small and lame compared to the scope of what they've done to the legitimate Bigfoot people who take their mission seriously.

Edit: Chop, chop, I1, I'm holding my breath waiting to see what you have to say...be GENTLE! Lol!

Edited by Blondigeist

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Incorrigible1

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.)

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Vampwitchenstein

WoW! Go read the guestbook at the yayhoo/GA doofuses web site!

http://www.bigfoottracker.com/

Edit: Got this off the guestbook...if this is true, these two are freakin' King of the Idiots and probably racking up felonies!

Beware ebayers. 123Marine2 and bigfoothunter404 are these two guys selling cars on ebay and shilling the bids.Don't buy anything off them from ebay. This was mentioned on the radio show. Check 'em out on ebay if you don't believe and look at their feedback. Notice the names.

Edited by Blondigeist

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1.618

It was all about the money eh? What a suprise.

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blitzen

I never assumed it was real in the first place, but I had hoped for a better ruse than this....disappointing.

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:PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR:

I'm sure this whole Bigfoot fiasco was plagiarized from the Simpsons episode where Lisa unearthed an 'Angel', which turns out to be an elaborate hoax for the new Springfield Mall. LOL!

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Haj01

If you want something found (Bigfoot) , you must find it yourself.

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Blueguardian

I hoped too much, too good to be true I guess, they're just time wasters I guess.

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Mbyte

you were right boys... those *Beeps*

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Lilly
Mbyte, although I completely agree with your sentiments...please watch the language, don't circumvent the filter.

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Shush_rules

And another round to the skeptics.

I guess those two really were drunken rednecks.

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JonnyC

The reason that they did it was monetary? How did they make money out of this hoax?

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Aztec Warrior

Fraud is a crime punishable by jail time.

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Siara
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.

Actually Biscardi has been outed as a hoaxer before. This is the second time he's done something like this.

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crtDzyn
The reason that they did it was monetary? How did they make money out of this hoax?

They have their own big foot themed store in Georgia.... how do I know this?

Mmmm... free publicity. Saw right through this the instant I read that in a previous article about this nonsense.

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Lilly
Actually Biscardi has been outed as a hoaxer before. This is the second time he's done something like this.

Yes, he has. Which reminds me of an old saying: "Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me". :yes:

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JonnyC
They have their own big foot themed store in Georgia.... how do I know this?

Mmmm... free publicity. Saw right through this the instant I read that in a previous article about this nonsense.

Sounds like the ideal motive, Bud.

They should reprimanded for this.

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Gulf South Paranormal

Do these guys have something wrong with thier heads?? Did they honestly believe they would pull this off?? Like somebody said in a earlier thread "I'm sure it sounded like a good idea over a 12 pack". I say what ever buisness license they have should be taken and pull any damn internet connection they have. Thanks for the waste of time Biscardi (again). :angry:

Edited by Gulf South Paranormal

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chaoszerg

This is what happens when inbreeding occurs.

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Myles

I give these guys credit. They had the attention of many. They gave us something to hope for and talk about. It was interesting while it lasted. They could and should have done it better by making the body disappear so that it would always be a possibility. If it cannot be proved false then it must be true (that's what I understand from most beleivers). Of course Biscardi should never be trusted again.

Not much different than the people: who make crop circles, claim UFO abductions, or see Nessie. Did that guy that admitted to staging the famous photo of Nessie ever face prosecution?

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Siara
This is what happens when inbreeding occurs.

You think that Bigfoot picture was actually a standard guy from Appalachian Georgia?

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Quill
Shock, shock. Surprise, surprise. <_<

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www375

They accepted a monetary advance on promotions and such, and when it came time to return it, they disappeared. THat is fraud for monetary gain, and a felony. Also, crossing state lines, which makes if a Federal offense. These idiots are in a world of hurt............deservingly so.

Having said that, is anyone really surprised????

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Neognosis
They accepted a monetary advance on promotions and such, and when it came time to return it, they disappeared. THat is fraud for monetary gain, and a felony

That really depends on what they accepted money for, and how it was wordded. If they were smart, they accepted money for promotion of an attraction and didn't say, in whatever contracts they worked with, that they possessed a real specimin of an actual, unidentified and new species.

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