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Bigfoot Tracker Going On Tour With Captured Bigfoot

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PHOENIX, Arizona- Rick Dyer, a resident of Las Vegas says he killed an adult Bigfoot Near San Antonio back in September of 2012 and now he's taking the mythical creature's corpse on a international tour.

Dyer is the self proclaimed "Best Bigfoot Tracker in the World". He says he's been tracking the legendary beast since 2008. The Bigfoot he caught is about eight feet tall, four feet wide, and 800 pounds.

Dyer says a taxidermist preserved the body of Bigfoot so it could be taken on tour. According to Andrew Clacy, the Marketing Manager of the Bigfoot Tour, the animal looks like a cross between a human and a gorilla but DNA tests confirm it is an "unknown" species.

The first stop of the tour will be in Phoenix, Arizona. For more on Dyer, his tour, and the Bigfoot he captured visit: bigfoottoday.com


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