Tom Biscardi Calls Bigfoot Body a Hoax – Claims He was Duped!

The Rubber Monster!

The Rubber Monster!

Bona fide Bigfoot bozo, Tom Biscardi claims he was duped by the North Georgia brain trust of Matthew Whitton and Ricky Dyer. According to Biscardi, he paid money to Whitton and Dyer so one of his colleagues could have access to the body and collect samples. When the body was thawed, the only samples to be had were made of synthetic hair and rubber because, as most of the sane world had all ready determined, it was a costume. What makes matters worse; Whitton and Dyer are now nowhere to be found.

There is one major problem with Biscardi’s new story. He said on several occasions that he touched the body himself. He saw it. He smelled it. How can he now claim that he didn’t know that the body was actually a costume?

I know this story is such a waste of time, but I can’t help myself. It’s like watching a really bad soap opera. The storyline is so unbelievable it’s compelling.

Bigfoot Body Revealed to Be Halloween Costume

***UPDATE – Fox News Report (Someone’s in denial)

BTW – Reports are that Clayton County Police Chief Jeff Turner is filing the paperwork to fire Whitton. His quote: “Once he perpetrated a fraud, that goes into his credibility and integrity,” Turner said. “He has violated the duty of a police officer.”

***2nd UPDATE – RickMat website

Whitton & Dyer threw up a website shortly after the press conference. They make some very interesting claims. Here’s the site. I encourage you to leave them a message:

Rickmat is Bigfoot

5 thoughts on “Tom Biscardi Calls Bigfoot Body a Hoax – Claims He was Duped!

  1. The three stooges should be charged with a crime. Send them to jail and there will be three less morons walking the streets.

  2. While you’re at, throw the reporters in jail who actually showed up at the press conference.

  3. i’m still trying to figure out if “Sasquatch” is Bigfoot’s name, or if that’s the name of his species

  4. Sasquatch is the Native American name for Bigfoot. Most Native American nations have an ape-man creature in their folklore. Bigfoot is the uninventive name created by some loggers in Pacific Northwest in the 1950s.

  5. i’d be careful about alleging that is their site.

    Those two clowns cannot spell to save their life (judging from their first site) and this site has good grammar and spelling. In addition, they spell Ric(k) with a K on the new site and it is registered with a K as well.

    It was not spelled like that on their original (deceitful) site. I think its someone poking fun.

    just my two cents

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