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Bigfoot killed: Mythical monster found dead? Rick Dyer hoax fools using photo

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Has Bigfoot been killed by none other than mythical monster hunter Rick Dyer? A new report from Dyer asserts that the man has indeed found the real Bigfoot this time, and that he’s been shot dead. eCanadaNow News reports this Monday, Feb. 24, 2014, that the massive hoax allegedly fooled quite a bit of people after Dyer posted some seemingly convincing photos to social media sites, and has since been taking the hairy corpse on "tour" for others to see.

Talk of Bigfoot killed had hopefuls of the mythical monster’s existence raving this week. Enthusiasts of Bigfoot are likely familiar with the name of Rick Dyer, who is a self-expressed fan and searcher of the creature. He garnered himself international fame back in 2008 after claiming that a lifelike gorilla suit he’d recently bought and filled was in fact the dead monster. During this 2014 find, however, Dyer swears that he has found the real Bigfoot, and — via photographic evidence — he’s dead and in his possession.

Of course, many people are understandably wary that this is just another hoax. The Rick Dyer Bigfoot killed news hit headlines after the aficionado claimed that he was able to shot and slay the 800 pound creature after drawing him out from the wild using only Wal-mart ribs. He added that he now has gathered both DNA proof and actual body scans that will verify to all the mythical monster nonbelievers that he has indeed discovered Bigfoot and taken the shaggy body for his own.

At this time, however, Dyer hasn’t actually shown any of this alleged evidence or DNA verifications, and as such the world remains very skeptical of this potential hoax. At this time, it appears that Dyer hopes for people — his fans or not — to determine whether they think having Bigfoot killed could be the real deal. Now, Dyer is out on a tour carrying the massive body in a literal glass coffin, and is hoping for people to come forward and look at his alleged discovery.

Quite a few people believe that Rick Dyer must have found the real Bigfoot, as they are willing to pay a full $20 to just get a look at this mythical monster. Some shows are even selling out before all fans can pay for a ticket to see the killed creature. Not everyone, however, is convinced.

‘I’m not convinced,’ said Mario Lopez, after taking a look with his wife Julia and their three children. ‘I believe the Roger Patterson footage is authentic because you can see the muscles and everything on there, but this one was kind of different. But he did mention that after the autopsy the body kind of changes,’ he said to a local news source.

Another visitor said the photos drew her in, and glimpsing the embalmed Bigfoot up close is an unbelievable sight.

‘It’s amazing when you go inside, you feel different,’ she said. ‘I had never seen anything like this before, only on the Discovery Channel.’

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