Fish & Game News February 24, 2014 Chester
The dubious display of so-called Bigfoot drew about 800 people to Trader’s Village in northwest Harris County Sunday, during the first, and unexpected, Houston stop of the travelling spectacle.
“We got here a day early and we just wanted to show as many people as possible,” said Rick Dyer, a self-proclaimed “master tracker” who says he killed the mythical creature in 2012.
People of all ages shelled out money to enter his trailer to look into the 9-foot case that holds the specimen Dyer calls Hank.
Some were sold, others, not so much.
“I’m not convinced,” said Mario Lopez, after taking a look with his wife Julia and their three children. “I believe theRoger Patterson footage is authentic because you can see the muscles and everything on there, but this one was kind of different. But he did mention that after the autopsy the body kind of changes.”