Three “Bigfoot” seekers, including a Redwood City man who released a documentary titled “Bigfoot Lives,” claim they may have the body of one and plan to release a photo and what they say is DNA evidence at a press conference Friday at noon at the Cabaña Hotel, 4290 El Camino Real, Palo Alto. The press conference is open only to credentialed members of the press.
Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, Georgia residents who lead Bigfoot-tracking expeditions, say they found the body of what appears to be a Bigfoot in the woods of northern Georgia and will join local Bigfoot researcher Tom Biscardi at the news conference, according to Robert Barrows, who is publicizing the event.
Barrows’ name is known in San Mateo County, where he has made multiple bids as a Democratic primary candidate for the District 12 Congressional seat formerly occupied by the late U.S. Rep. Tom Lantos and now by Jackie Speier.
“I think you’ll find that this is the real deal,” Barrows said of the alleged discovery.
Whitton, a police officer in Clayton County, and Dyer, a former correctional officer, are not saying exactly where the body was found or where it is now, Barrows said.
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