Published: Aug 15, 2008
Sasquatch Found Dead Video: Bigfoot Press Conference Today!
by Jim Brogan

UPDATE: Manimal Sasquatch, Bigfoot Press Conference Video: Autopsy, DNA

Two Bigfoot hunters claim they have the body of the man-ape known as Bigfoot.  First we had the Monster of Montauk, then el Chupacabra, and now Bigfoot is dead.

DNA and photographic evidence of a Bigfoot will be the centerpiece of a press conference Friday in Palo Alto.

The Sasquatch was found in the northern woods of Georgia according to a company that calls itself "Searching for Bigfoot, Inc".

The group has scheduled a press conference at a hotel in Palo Alto, California Friday where they claim they will be able to provide DNA evidence as well as pictures of the creature.

The press release announcing the event describes the hybrid "manimal".

The group's website includes the full press release and a photo of the bounty stuffed into a freezer chest.

From the Release, here are some of the vital statistics on the "Bigfoot" body:

*The creature is seven feet seven inches tall.
*It weighs over five hundred pounds.
*The creature looks like it is part human and part ape-like.
*It is male.
*It has reddish hair and blackish-grey eyes.
*It has two arms and two legs, and five fingers on each hand and
five toes on each foot.
*The feet are flat and similar to human feet.
*Its footprint is sixteen and three-quarters inches long and five and three-quarters inches wide at the heel.
*From the palm of the hand to the tip of the middle finger, its hands are
eleven and three-quarters inches long and six and one-quarter inches wide.
*The creatures walk upright. (Several of them were sighted on the same day that the body was found.)
*The teeth are more human-like than ape-like.
The list of features even claims that other live versions of the species were seen as well.

Larger versions of the picutres have been posted at cryptomudo.com and the Inquisitor

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