Thursday, January 15, 2015
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Sunday, January 11, 2015
Rick Dyer has Pulled out of the Skunk Ape Convention
Over a week ago I was asked by Stacy Brown to be one of the speakers at the Skunk Ape Convention. When Stacy told me who was going to be there I asked him make sure it's okay with the other speakers before I commit. After I seen that Stacy was getting a lot of backlash I told Stacy that I would step down a couple of days ago because I didn't want to cause any trouble when I was doing it as a favor. Today he told me that pressure got to one of the speakers and they backed out. That is when I decided to back out. I did it because I've been drama free for a couple months now and it feels so good. When I heard from Stacy that no one had a problem with me being there, I knew better than that. Regardless I hope everything goes well.
I am by far the most popular person in the Bigfoot Community and the most hated. Things like this goes with the territory.
Saturday, January 10, 2015
From Brock's Face Book Page!
"So really bad night!! ..... Someone stole our Truck at the Tough Man contest in Huntington Wva.. We lost everything.. WE need your help!! We need people to try to help us find our truck and hopefully get our stuff back.. We lost EVERYTHING!!. So please help!! Our truck is a 2006 Denali here is a photo of a truck like ours. our rims are a bit different but still chrome. If you see a White Yukon Denali in the Greater Huntington Area please tell me!"
If you can please Donate!!
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
PHOENIX – An Arizona agency's posting about Bigfoot is leaving its mark on social media.
The Arizona Department of Transportation Facebookpost from Jan. 1 reads: "We might have spotted a family of sasquatches on SR 260 near Heber this afternoon. What do you think?"
Accompanying it is a couple of traffic camera photos showing a blurry cluster of figures on the side of the road.
As of Tuesday, it had been shared more than 3,700 times and had nearly 1,000 comments.
Spokesman Tom Herrmann says his agency tries to drive traffic to its Twitter account using humor — a strategy that has helped them gain nearly 52,000 followers.
The mysterious figures haven't budged in days, leading Herrmann to believe they're something a lot more down-to-Earth than the original post suggests: shrubbery.