Body of Bigfoot found in Georgia, claims group
The legendary Bigfoot has been found, according to a group of Bigfoot "researchers." Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, claim they discovered the body of the famed Yeti in a remote forest in northern Error! Hyperlink reference not valid. approximately two weeks ago. They have since placed the body into a freezer.
The frozen remains of Sasquatch
Even more fantastically, the pair claims that there are more of these Bigfoot creatures around. On the day where they found the remains, they spotted several other critters milling around.
Whitton and Dyer have some credibility, considering their backgrounds. Whitton is a law enforcement agent from Georgia who's currently on a leave of absence due to being shot on the job. Dyer used to be a prison warden. However, the credibility somewhat wanes when you consider they run a Bigfoot Tracking Service, which would surely benefit from such a 'discovery.'
Tom Biscardi, a man who also makes his living from hunting Bigfoot since 1971, believes the pair have an authentic find on their hands.
"It's a huge situation for me after 35 years, because I've wanted to bring one back," said Biscardi to a Error! Hyperlink reference not valid. newspaper.
"They showed me the body. They took me to the area where they found it; it took a day and a half to get there."
"I got to be honest, when I first saw it I hated to see it in that state it was in. I wanted to capture one so the world could see it walking. I guess this is the next best thing for the time being."
Of course the claims are being met with plenty of healthy skepticism. Much more will be learned tomorrow when they hold their press conference in Palo Alto, California.