If what Matthew Whitton and Tom Biscardi claim is true, the mystery of Bigfoot finally might be solved.
And they have the corpse to prove it.
Whitton, a police officer, and his friend Rick Dyer, a former corrections officer, say they didn't shoot the animal. They found the dead body in the woods of northern Georgia. It is described as 7 feet 7 inches tall, weighing over 500 pounds, having reddish-brown hair or fur, and having feet over 16 inches long.
They stored the body and froze it to keep it from further decay. There are even pictures.
Biscardi, CEO of Searching for Bigfoot Inc. in California, has examined the body and sent the DNA in for testing. The results are in, and the answer is...
Well, we'll have to wait a few more days to find that out. A press conference to be held on Friday at noon in Palo Alto, California will reveal all the answers to this mystery.
The greater question is, if this is the real McCoy, how did he die? Too much beef jerky?