Dyer film shows Sas-squat

Maybe you remember us posting this story, crazy as it seemed, that Georgia Bigfoot hoaxer Rick Dyer was again claiming he had a Bigfoot body. He hyped it up when Melba Ketchum released her DNA study. It was a promotion for a new movie. Well the movie is now out and SURPRISE, no body.

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Earlier this year a professional Bigfoot tracker claimed he shot and killed a Bigfoot on the Northwest side of San Antonio.

Rick Dyer said he shot and killed the creature in a wooded area near Loop 1604 and Highway 151 in September 2012.

While Dyer wasn’t able to provide any proof to back up his claim, he told KSAT 12 the truth would come out when a documentary film was released this spring.

The documentary, “Shooting Bigfoot” is not all it seems. This piece says it did not live up to its promise. The movie possibly is a gimmick in itself, not a serious effort but more of a mockumentary as some have said. I haven’t seen it but would sure like to. It is only available in very limited showings now. How about a review copy, Rick? No? Oh well, must have something to hide. By the way, one of my favorite movies is a mockumentary (This is Spinal Tap) so I will gladly recommend it if it succeeds at that.

Some in the Bigfoot community did entertain the idea that this is was real. Dyer STILL says there is a body. Hey, I’ll be in Las Vegas this July, I can come and see it, Rick.

Meanwhile, let this be YET ANOTHER lesson in an endless line of extraordinary promises of evidence that fall through and turn out to be Sas-squat.

UPDATE: And… Rick Dyer says he’s done with it all. People are too mean. Bye. Don’t let the door hit your ass on the way out.

  3 comments for “Dyer film shows Sas-squat

  1. RDW
    May 3, 2013 at 3:38 PM

    I used to have This Is Spinal Tap on VHS. It’s one of my favorite mockumentaries, too. I’m really SO sick of the entertainment industry churning out this sort of product and presenting it as fact.People might spend their whole lives being seriously delusional.

  2. May 3, 2013 at 4:10 PM

    People MIGHT spend their whole lives being seriously delusional????

    They already do, even without these ludicrous movies. You’re much too optimistic. If you want to see how many delusional people there are in your town, just drive by a few churches on Sunday morning.

  3. Sean Elliott
    May 4, 2013 at 9:43 AM

    Life is too short to watch this movie. I think most us knew how this was going to turn out. We have a lovely planet here, I’d rather spend my time doing almost anything other than sitting through this junk!

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