Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Gorilla Suit Maker Proves Bigfoot Is Fake – Or Does He?

MENLO PARK, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – This year marks the 40th anniversary of the infamous “Patterson Film,” which many Sasquatch researchers believe is the most startling evidence of Bigfoot yet.

However, a gorilla suit maker in Charlotte, North Carolina, will be interviewed tonight (Mar. 14) on in order to announce that he’s the guy who made the suit.

Philip Morris says he made the suit especially for rodeo cowboy Roger Patterson – who paid around $435 for it – and has been trying to get the word out for year but, he admits, “nobody paid much attention.”

He’s hoping that the interview finally convinces people that the film is a fake, especially because he’ll be joined by Bob Heironimus, who claims he’s the guy wearing the suit.

But whether the announcement has a big effect on Bigfoot buffs remains to be seen.

That’s because show host Tom Biscardi will also be interviewing a man who says dermal ridges collected from the alleged creature prove it’s real and not merely a costume.

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