Rick Dyer, the infamous two time Bigfoot hoaxer might not be the most liked person in the Bigfoot world, but he is still a human being and has a family, a business to run, and a life to live outside of the insane asylum known as The Bigfoot Community. Yet people Wish death upon him and send their heinous attacks on him daily. In fact he even had one person show up on his doorstep. Take this recent message for example:
The following editorial is written by Crypto Blast Co-founder, Rictor Riolo:
The message was sent to Rick Dyer by a recent Facebook account with the name Dane Eggleston.
This is not just someone expressing their first amendment rights. They are judging death on someone they have never met, with whom they happen to disagree with.
Here is Dyer's response:
The Bigfoot Community is a cesspit of human misery. Basic human decency is only reserved for their cult leaders who have their minions do their dirty work. And the hoaxer here has more compassion in his response than the troll sending hate?
Do we agree with hoaxing? Absolutely not. Do we think people should be killed over Bigfoot? ABSOLUTELY NOT! This is not the war on terror. This is not about police brutality killing unarmed African-American men. This is BIGFOOT. Which quite possibly might not even be real.
My cousin DeeCee wrote a few editorials on this cyber bullying here at The Crypto Blast. It's called Dark Tetrad. Check it out here. It's enough for people to get up and leave this paranormal subject altogether like TV show researcher Autumn Williams did (she was on Mysterious Encounters with Bobo and Matt Moneymaker).
What is wrong with these people? Steven Streufert from Bigfoot Books had his window shot out.
Is someone going to be eventually killed because of a difference of opinion on a giant hairy man that may or may not exist? Think about that for a second.
We all need to be vigilant and not tolerate or accept this kind of behavior. Even if it happens to your "Bigfoot enemy". We are a small group of people. A difference of opinion is not a call for violence.