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Bigfoot hunter promises North American tour with body of dead creature

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Bigfoot hunter Rick Dyer claims that the mysterious creature is very real. He released a documentary in 2012 that failed to convince skeptics. According to Fox News on Jan. 6, he has now released photos of the beast and will take the body on tour in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

Dyer says he shot and killed the mythical monster in a wooded area of California near Loop 1604 and Highway 151 in September 2012.

The Bigfoot hunter released a documentary called "Shooting Bigfoot," which only showed grainy video of the creature. The public was not impressed. Since then he claims to have shown the body to over 100 people and now has finally released detailed photos of the corpse.

"We definitely made them believers."

Bigfoot hunter Dyer, first released a photo on his own website which was shared widely on social media networks. According to the hunter numerous tests were performed and the results were conclusive. He plans on charging people to see the body during his North American tour.

Real or not, you must agree that this Bigfoot hunter's "proof" is very compelling. Take a look at the photos and decide or yourself. If you are lucky, maybe you will get to see the body up close on the upcoming tour.

What do you think about the Bigfoot hunter story? Please drop in your comments below.

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