Shockingly, the press conference (shown live on CNN!) where two Bigfoot "hunters" and one Bigfoot "researcher" were to reveal proof that they have a dead Sasquatch in a freezer was a bust. From FOXNews:
(Bigfoot "researcher") Biscardi reiterated his invitation to FOX News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly to come to Georgia and view the body, and plugged his Internet radio show.
"Bigfoot Hunters Press Conference Reveals Little" (FOXNews.com)
He said there wouldn't be anything more revealed Friday, but promised that he would "assemble" a group of scientists to examine the alleged corpse...
"It definitely looks like our costume," Jerry Parrino, owner of TheHorrorDome.com, told FOXNews.com.
"This 'body' has little to do with Bigfoot and everything to do with a Sasquatch costume that someone developed after watching too many gorilla movies," warned Loren Coleman, who runs the influential Cryptomundo blog devoted to strange and unknown animals. "The teeth that seem to have been placed in the mouth could be my late mother's false teeth."
Previously on BB:
• Bigfoot discovery press conference on Friday (HOAX?)
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