After getting some information from yet another informant, as always we take it to the next step.

We did some of our own research and reached out to the creator of the mask to hear his thoughts on the comparisons.

 

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The camper video caps have not been altered in any manner.

 

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Please note the following description of the mask:

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The mask comes from Lubatti designs and we corresponded with  the designer himself as to the two comparison pictures above.

 

“Well, the creature in the photos definitely bears a strong resemblance to our mask. The hairline, profile, and eye sockets of the alleged Bigfoot very closely resemble those on our mask.

It does appear that the mouth-area may have been slightly repainted a lighter flesh tone.

Other than that, someone could very easily have purchased one of our Bigfoot masks from us (or, from one of our previous client’s) and used it to make their own "Bigfoot footage".

This mask has been used in several independent films over the last 5-8 years.”

                                                                     -  Erich Lubatti 3/21/13

Something here also rings a bell folks, but I won’t let myself tell you, I will let Dyer himself tell you…

Rick Dyer talks about painting the face in the 2008 hoax!

On the FBFB Front:

As I stated they are back pedaling. From having no further evidence, (in regards to the body claim) they have dropped back their promise to “HD Video.”

(Told ya so. They are not going pull their site down. Hoaxers never keep promises!)

Minnow came out with a statement today, confirming the participants in the movie, (we knew who already) and stated that it “contains some fairly dramatic scenes filmed in the woods.”

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Fairly dramatic??? This was their much anticipated statement?

Kind of mild for the “greatest scientific discovery of our time.”

How about FBFB playing off talking with Charlotte Cook, PR for Hot Docs?

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Well FBFB wants to play that off like something significant. That’s because they asked them most likely about the last three minutes of the film.

Here’s a snippet of my conversation,

 

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Which as we would be with any of the films we’re showing.”

Till Next Time,

Squatch-D

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