Bigfoot: Found At Last or Just Another Hoax?

If this is true, then it's got to be the find of the century: Searching for Bigfoot has released some teaser photographs of what they claim is the remains of Bigfoot in northern Georgia:

*The creature is seven feet seven inches tall.
*It weighs over five hundred pounds.
*The creature looks like it is part human and part ape-like.
*It is male.
*It has reddish hair and blackish-grey eyes.
*It has two arms and two legs, and five fingers on each hand and five toes on each foot.
*The feet are flat and similar to human feet.
*Its footprint is sixteen and three-quarters inches long and five and three-quarters inches wide at the heel.
*From the palm of the hand to the tip of the middle finger, its hands are eleven and three-quarters inches long and six and one-quarter inches wide.
*The creatures walk upright. (Several of them were sighted on the same
day that the body was found.)
*The teeth are more human-like than ape-like.

The creature was found by Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, who are keeping the exact location a secret to protect the creatures (yes, supposedly there were live ones other than just the one dead body). Tom Biscardi of Searching for Bigfoot is supposed to present DNA and photographic evidence of the find on Friday August 15, 2008.

Links: Searching For Bigfoot - via The Snitch and The Anomalist

(Note: scientists are skeptical, noting that Biscardi had similar claims before that turned out to be a hoax

Loren Coleman of Cryptomundo wrote "I feel, in all honesty, this, indeed, may be the real deal, and I say this from visual information that has been shared with me." Cryptomundo's supposed to have the first photos of the creature, but the blog has been down most of the day).

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Hoaxing has become too easy, several people saw the mutlated raccoon body, and easily believed it was a Montauk Monster. How people came up with a turtle, or hawk, or dragon or dog is inpossible, and it was such a clear photo, anyone familiar with drowned critters knows how they look without hair. Another good picture
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Can't beat Dr. Phil's insight into this one: "Look, at the end of the day, it's not terribly important whether you believe in Bigfoot, or whether you don't believe in Bigfoot. What is vitally important about Bigfoot is whether he is motivated with the confidence to believe in himself, because that gets right to the root of his self-image, and if he has poor self-esteem, then he ain't gonna be happy in the wild, in captivity, dead or anywhere else."
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In this day in age with all the technology and cheap affordable digital cameras with stabilizers and being able to capture moving pictures without blurring - I mean, what I am getting at is, can we do a little bit better than that? Those photos are pure garbage. There's 2 photos on one of the links there; one is of the 3 bums standing in front of the freezer (what's the point of that? Is that proof?) and the other is a really bad photo of what could be an ape costume. Go out, buy a digital camera with more than 1 megapixel (cell phones don't count folks!), and take detailed photos. That means pull the body out of the freezer, don't take pictures of yourself, and take detailed photos, open its mouth, do whatever to prove it. Cuppa-piece-of-crap-a all over again.
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An update would rock! Update, plox!

I think that it's neat, and interesting. last time I checked this was neatorama. If you think the story is dumb, don't read it.

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