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I got nothing.

Update:

No, wait… I found something to post!

From Scientific American:

If you haven’t heard already, the Bigfoot claim from last week is debunked – the supposed Sasquatch in the freezer box is just a costume, according to admissions from its alleged finders, Rick Dyer and Matthew Whitton.

In an additional bit of fraudulent behavior on their part, a posting on Searching for Bigfoot, Inc.’s Web site claims that these men from Georgia have now run off with an undisclosed sum of money advanced to them by the company.

Now that this Bigfoot ballyhoo is wrapping up, ScientificAmerican.com called up Jeffrey Meldrum again to get his reaction about how the whole thing went down. Meldrum is a professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University in Pocatello, and has studied the Bigfoot phenomenon in depth.