Welcome to Bigfoot-lives.com
10-b
Site Search

webbigfoot-lives
Click here to go to the Home page
Patterson bigfoot
Introduction
Introduction
Bigfoot FAQ
History
Bigfoot History
Classic cases
Historic Cases
Recent Cases
Bigfoot Evidence
Sightings
Footprints
Other
Skeptical Views about Bigfoot
Multimedia

Video and Audio
News Stories
Articles and Papers
Personalities
The 'Giants'
The Next Generation
Theories
Bigfoot Origins
Resources
bigfoot-lives forums
Bigfoot Resources
About me
About me
Guestbook

bar3

Bigfoot News Stories...


13th August 2008

'Bigfoot' Seekers Claim To Have Found Prey

KTVU.COM


PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Three "Bigfoot" seekers claim to have found the body of the elusive creature in the wilds of Georgia, Oakland station KTVU-TV reported.

The men plan to present their evidence at a news conference in Palo Alto, Calif., on Friday.

Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, Georgia residents who lead Bigfoot-tracking expeditions, said they found the body of what appears to be a Bigfoot in the woods of northern Georgia. They will join Bigfoot researcher Tom Biscardi at the news conference, according to Robert Barrows, who is publicizing the event.

Among the creature's other physical characteristics, according to the hunter's Web site, were flat feet similar to human feet. Its footprint is 16 inches long and the length from palm to tip of the middle finger is 11 inches long.

Whitton, a police officer in Clayton County, and Dyer, a former correctional officer, are not saying exactly where the body was found or where it is now.

Biscardi, a veteran Bigfoot tracker who said he went to Georgia to view the find over the weekend, said DNA tests are being conducted and a team of scientists will study the body, but declined to name any scientists involved.

Officials from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division said the largest wildlife they are aware of in the state are black bears and white-tail deer.


© 2008, KTVU.