Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Yah, Who Didn't See This Coming

The frozen Bigfoot body that was touted as being proof of the existence of the creature is a hoax. That came after owner Tom Biscardi had already paid a handsome price for the chance to examine it. A thorough analysis of the body revealed that it was a carefully prepared rubber suit. According to a story in Foxnews:

Then came the clincher.

"Within the next hour of thaw, a break appeared up near the feet area. ... I observed the foot which looked unnatural, reached in and confirmed it was a rubber foot." That jibes with what Jerry Parrino, owner of Internet Halloween-costume retailer, told last week.

"It definitely looks like our [Sasquatch] costume," Parrino said after viewing photos of the body. The Biscardi team immediately went into crisis mode. Biscardi called Whitton and Dyer at their California hotel. They admitted it was a hoax and agreed to sign a promissory note at a meeting set for 8 a.m. Pacific time at the hotel.

Think they showed?

But when Biscardi got there, he "found that they had left."

There is enough intrigue to go around on this one. Now can we have a look at the Delk footprint, please?

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