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The image Dyer released of his latest Bigfoot.     Photo: Rick Dyer/Facebook

Hunter Kills Bigfoot

‘Bigfoot is not a tooth fairy—Bigfoot is real”

Rick Dyer, a self-proclaimed professional Bigfoot hunter, has killed a real Bigfoot. Or so he says. Dyer, who claims to have killed the creature last year near San Antonio, plans on taking it on tour around North America, charging a small fee for people to see it.

Dyer was reportedly able to kill the Bigfoot with classic hunting techniques. After hearing word of a hairy beast in the woods, Dyer bought ribs from a local Walmart and nailed them to a tree. According to Dyer, the Bigfoot was lured in, and he was able to chase and kill the creature.

"I shot it, and now I'm proving it to the world," Dyer said in a video interview.

In 2008, Dyer and another Bigfoot hunter announced similar claims of having a Bigfoot body. Shortly after, it was determined that what they really had was a rubber ape costume.


Fyodorov completed a solo, out-and-back run from Oymyakon, the coldest settlement on the planet. Nicknamed "Pole of Cold," a weather station in the remote Russian town recorded the temperature being minus 90 degrees Fahrenheit in February 1933, which is considered the lowest temperature ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere.

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"I had [sic] about other marathons around the globe, naming themselves 'the coldest', like the most recent North Pole marathon with runners going at -28C," Fyodorov told Siberian Times. "I thought surely this cannot be right. Our Oymyakon is the coldest inhabited place in the Northern Hemisphere. Why don't we arrange a marathon here?"

After completing the race in 5:08, the man sipped some champagne and ran indoors.