Friday, January 24, 2014

Dyer Cancels February's Bigfoot Kill Press Conference Indefinitely

Rick Dyer

Bigfoot press conference cancelled in order to make money first by showing off farce Bigfoot body around the country.

By H. Nelson Goodson
January 24, 2014

Las Vegas, Nevada - On Wednesday, Rick Dyer, the self proclaimed Bigfoot tracker who says, that he killed a Bigfoot in San Antonio, Texas in September 2012 has cancelled his February 9th press conference indefinitely. Dyer claimed that some of the scientists couldn't make it to the February press conference and that led to the decision to cancel the conference. He also had claimed that a second Bigfoot had escaped in San Antonio when he killed the Bigfoot.
Dyer said, that he already provided proof of the Bigfoot kill by providing video, pictures and his testimony that he actually bagged the first Bigfoot ever. But, his cancellation of the February press conference where he vowed to provide scientific data to prove the Bigfoot kill has gone up in smoke. Many critics speculate that Dyer can't provide any proof of the kill and no scientific center that actually tested the alleged Bigfoot specimen has come forward to claim it is true. 
Dyer has previously admitted to a hoax about killing a Bigfoot and his second claim is just another farce, according to critics.
Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) contacted the Washington National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) at the University of Washington to learn, if Dyer actually tested his Bigfoot at the center. The WNPRC has not responded or contacted HNNUSA, if indeed Dyer's Bigfoot was ever tested or taken to the center for DNA testing as indicated by Dyer.
Dyer on Wednesday said in a YouTube video posted on his Facebook page that he will first tour and make money with what many believe now is another fake Bigfoot body. Dyer continues to claim it is a real Bigfoot, but he can't actually prove it.
A second specimen will be coming out soon, according to Dyer. Another hoax?

Warning: It is illegal to scam people into investing in a scheme that a scammer knows is fake or false in order to con investors into financing a project. Especially when people are also charged a fee for viewing a specimen label as the real thing when in fact, it is not. It also becomes a federal offense when the fraud scheme operation becomes an interstate and internet scam to defraud unsuspecting victims.

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