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Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) February 16, 2013
The team from FB/FB hotly debated their final choice because each nominee contributed something unique to the overall Bigfoot field research in 2012. In the end, Dyer received the award based The Camper Video that shows a Bigfoot eating near a tree in a San Antonio, Texas campsite.
Dyer claims to have shot and killed the Bigfoot after recording the video on September 6, 2012 in San Antonio, Texas.
Musky Allen, a Bigfoot skeptic, recently confirmed he witnessed the Bigfoot body. There is absolutely no way I could have been hoaxed. I have never been so shocked in my entire life. I am still trying to grasp the whole matter. This had been a massive living, breathing, flesh and blood creature that had died and had been carefully embalmed and an undergone some procedures.
Jack Barnes, Chief Video Analyst for FB/FB said, FB/FB has a no kill policy for and we based the award on the video evidence alone. We congratulate all the nominees for their dedication and hard work in 2012 and we believe 2013 could be even bigger.
About Rick Dyer, 2012 Bigfoot Field Researcher of the Year
The bad boy of the Bigfoot community for his connection to create a Bigfoot hoax in 2008, Dyers research surfaced in 2012 with the Camper Video now sitting at #2 behind the Patterson/Gimlin film. A British documentary team, Minnow Films captured to shooting on September 6, 2012 and will release its feature length movie, Shooting Bigfoot. The movie, when released in 2013, could make a huge contribution to Bigfoot research and possibly confirm his self-proclaimed title: Greatest Bigfoot tracker in the world.
Here are the other nominees for the 2012 Bigfoot Field Researcher of the Year based on their overall contributions to Bigfoot researcher:
Four Runner-Up Winners:
Jerry Trips, (anonymous researcher) for finding and documenting the 3.5 mile trackway in southern Ontario (longest tracks ever recorded). Trips researched showed that Bigfoot walk sideways on downed trees, hiding tracks, circling their lair. Jerry is an anonymous researcher from Minnesota.
Cliff Barackman, a member of the Finding Bigfoot research team is widely considered one of the most knowledgeable, respected and academic of all field researchers. Barackman was a key part of the London, Oregon trackway investigation and in debunking the Elbe trackway hoax. Barackman also authenticated and presented the Stacy Brown, #5, at the 2012 FLIR conference in Orlando, Florida.
Paul Hulsey, an Alabama researcher working with Bassett, Green and Tomas, recorded a thermal image of a Bigfoot, known as the Huge Sasquatch in Alabama, #19. The size of the creature is now documented. He has also documented forest structures, prints, audio and videos of lesser quality.
Stacy Brown Jr, recorded a full-body thermal video of a Bigfoot tree-peeking and running between trees in northern Florida. Brown is methodical in his research and his thermal video was shown publicly for the first time at the FLIR conference in Orlando, Florida. The video ranks at #5 of all time.
The Other Nominees:
Chris Noel, a Yale educated author of a number of Bigfoot field research books. Noel helped educate the public on Bigfoot habituation sites and the strategic nature of Bigfoot. He has contributed the #3 and #27 videos on the FB/FB list.
Matt Moneymaker, founder of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (http://www.BFRO.net) and instrumental in the launch of Animal Planets successful series, Finding Bigfoot. Moneymaker and his team of field researchers have renewed the publics interest in Bigfoot. Matt researches with the most popular researcher of them all, James Bobo Faye.
Tim Fasano & Kevin Kehl, the duo of researchers found the 2012 north Florida trackway the #11 video of all time. They are interesting and sometimes zealous in their research but their quantity of videos seems to dig up a few Bigfoot gems once in a while.
Founded in 2010, Facebook/ FindBigfoot (FB/FB) is the first social network to collect, curate and analyze Bigfoot photos and videos submitted by its Fans. The crowd-sourcing research community has 38,000+ Fans and maintains the official Top 50 Bigfoot Videos list.
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