Editors Notes > I must admit if Dyer does have a dead bigfoot on Ice and his name is linked to bigfoot forever more in every history book and documentary on the big fella I personally will cry and laugh at the same time. If you listen to the guy and watch his facial expressions on his adults only internet/Youtube radio show he doesn’t act like a man who has made the most important biological discovery in 500 years. That tells me he is either lying about the whole thing or more likely the guy has no emotions about the subject at all. . I have heard him try to be emotional about the circus he has made of his life since this alleged shooting went down last September and he comes off like a grade b actor without any heart or soul. He puts more emotion into discussing a car deal he just completed then a man who just made the most important discovery concerning our human ancestors in 500 years.
I have seen how just a fleeting few second encounter with bigfoot as changed men and woman’s entire life and how they become obsessed with getting just one more sighting just so they can say they were not hallucinating the first time. Then you have Rick Dyer who says he shot and killed one and gets more excited talking about the new wrap for his SUV then I ever heard him talk about seeing an 8 foot hairy monster lying on the ground where he just put a bullet through it’s brain. This is the one reason even more important then the hoax in 2008 that makes me think the guy isn’t being straight with us about this whole shooting scenario.
On the other hand it might take a narcissist like Dyer to actually kill one of these creatures without having the emotional baggage that might haunt a normal human being having murdered a creature that resembles us in so many ways.
I hope that on April 30th the question of the bigfoot reality will be settled forever and we can move beyond the constant battles that have been tearing apart this community for years and now concentrate on finding out the What-When-Where-Why of bigfoot alive and well in the forests of North America and presumably the world.