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Saturday, December 31, 2011

2011...going off the deep end

According to Rick Dyer, I am a 'supporter' or 'do boy' of Tom Biscardi. Anyway, here's the video - Click for video. Now, I realize that Rick Dyer and his cohorts are nothing more than a group of buffoons living on the fringes of the social order...but now they got this 'little' blog writing about them. Dyer states in the video... "these videos are for my followers. You're not one of my followers, so why are you watching?" Hey Rick, I watch and comment because 'human train wrecks' fascinate me.

As far as Tom Biscardi, anybody who is associated with me knows that I despise Biscardi's Modus operandi, especially his relationship with the Georgia Bigfoot hoaxers (Rick Dyer and Matt Whitton). Its been documented on the blog:

Skepticism Mounting Since the Georgia Bigfoot Corpse Press Release

Legend of Bigfoot: Discovery? Try Hoax

Absurdity in Palo Alto: What's Next, Tom?

Bigfoot Body Confirmed a Fake - Whitton and Dyer Have Fled - Biscardi Claims No Knowledge of Scam

Indiana Man Who Brokered Bigfoot Deal Was Friend of Biscardi

Georgia Bigfoot Hoaxer Wants His Police Officer Job Reinstated

Blame For 'Georgia Bigfoot Hoax' Placed On Biscardi

From Steve Kull's website - Rick Dyer Busted! - Read the following:

Rick Dyer's New Claims Busted Too!

Benton County, Arkansas - Rick Dyer over the past few days has made again the claim that he, Matt Whitton and another party had a Bigfoot body, dragged it out of the forest before it was taken by government officials dressed in black.

He also threw the notion out that Steve Kulls, again was involved in the hoax, after extolling Steve for the past three years. In a bold move, on the evening of December 27th, 2011, Steve, interviewed Matt Whitton about Rick's statements.

Steve Kulls statement:

"I recently saw that Mr. Ricky Traylor Chuck Dyer, has had some interesting things to say pertaining to his 2008 hoax and some even more interesting comments about me.

Last night I had a conversation with Dyer’s old partner, Matt Whitton, whom made contact with me over four months ago, when Rick cut his first video. We had not talked on a one to one basis since February 2009, when I went to Georgia and retrieved the evidence, implicating C. Thomas Biscardi in the hoax, the Searching for Bigfoot Business Plan, and a statement to the police from William Lett regarding the pickup of the freezer and exchange of currency.

Whitton’s statements to me completely negate Dyer’s new claims and therefore Dyer’s statements can be considered to be just the machinations of a man desperately seeking attention, missing his long gone fifteen minutes of fame.

As I have, since completing the investigation into the Georgia Bigfoot Hoax, I stand by all my previous statements. Mr. Dyer is a non-issue and very little have any concern for what he has to say; past, present or in the future and I implore the public to do such as well."

-Steve Kulls

Steve: Now he is trying to say Steve is involved again.

Matt: Oh, well OK (chuckles), well when I talked to you, like four or five months ago, you know that guy he was working with, they made a video, and they said, you know I was with them, whenever they dragged the body out, you know like the original story, but the guy was added to it. You know I don’t even know him, either way... you know there’s so much stuff going on, other than making up a story.

You know, I really don’t wanna get associated with it, I mean it was fun, that was the thing about it, to me it was fun, until like I said, until I realized people got their feelings hurt.

Steve: Would you have any idea why he’d be going after me? Because that’s gonna cause me nothing but grief again.

Matt: I can tell you pretty simply, I mean uh, just the way Rick thinks, uh, you know, he likes to entertain himself; he likes to get a rush… It’s funny to him; he gets like an entertainment out of like watching you get a rush out of it, you know, and getting nervous…

It could be him getting a laugh. I don’t even know what he’s doing… The thing I’ve seen is that everything that me and him did with the Bigfoot thing, like whenever we put out a video, it would have, well not in the very beginning, not too long after, every video we put out, was at least 10,000 hits, everything I’ve seen Bigfoottracker.com put out now, is like 40 hits…

Maybe in a way I could see it as a business move, a strange business move, but I could see it is as a head up on things to see what the public is gonna grab on, you know, and hit up on a few different strategies…

And you know it is like an adrenaline rush I mean it’s not like jumping off a cliff, were chasing robbers, in a certain way it’s an amount of adrenaline rush like doing stuff that gets you in the public eye, some types feed off of it… It’s like any other drug once you get that original high you’re always trying to get there again. You know that doesn’t happen that’s the thing about it. You know a magician never does the same trick twice.

If I was you I will look at it like this… Whenever it is you’re on top there’s people that are gonna try to push you off, there’s going to be a lot of detractors. And my line, if I was you my line would be, I’m the original guy who busted this thing, you know and that’s the thing.

I mean I wouldn’t get too bent out of shape about it, you know it’s one of those things, it’ll all pass.

Steve: He says I’m involved, that is why would I went to Indiana…

Matt: Tom ruined our hoax by inviting you down there, that’s what happened.

It didn't take Dyer very long to respond to Steve Kull's post - Click for video. Simply stated, this guy is delusional. He states that thousands of positive comments about himself are erased from the internet daily. Well, I will swear to whatever you want me to swear to...I have never received a positive comment about Rick Dyer. 'Phantoms and Monsters' is the blog you highlighted in your previous video so it must be one of your biggest detractors on the internet. None of my 12K+ subscribers or unique readers have ever mentioned you or Bigfoottrackers.com in a positive light.

As far as Matt Whitton's statements and your assertion that he is mentally ill and that Steve Kulls took advantage of his disability...again, delusional. Your 'fans' may buy into the facade but its obvious to most reasonable people who research or just have an interest in Bigfoot that you're grasping for straws...and possibly reality.

NOTE: I'm going to make a resolution for the new year...no more references to Bigfoot charlatans and hoaxers (ex. Rick Dyer). The Bigfoot world needs some semblance of sanity and authenticity. My small contribution will be legitimate information. There will always be a story that grabs the Bigfoot world's attention that is very questionable and will deserves some comment. But from this time forward my presentation of Bigfoot news and related events will be objective, literal and tangible...Lon