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Man who claims to have killed Bigfoot says he'll take corpse on tour 0

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Rick Dyer has posted a photo to <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsv29eWzVqQ&feature=c4-overview&list=UU5IKbbFiho2jnnneClRUcnA" target="blank">YouTube</a> of what he claims is Bigfoot. (Screengrab)

Rick Dyer has posted a photo to YouTube of what he claims is Bigfoot. (Screengrab)

Rick Dyer, a Georgia man who claims he shot and killed Bigfoot in Texas while on a camping trip there in September 2012, has released a photo of his kill and plans to take it — whatever it actually is — on tour.

"It's Bigfoot and Bigfoot's here, and I shot it and now I'm proving it to the world," Dyer told KSAT.com.

He also filmed people's reactions to viewing the body and posted the clip on YouTube.

"It looks like my ex-husband," exclaimed one woman.

Dyer says he plans on charging a small fee to visitors when he takes Bigfoot around North America, and said that fee goes for scientists, too, who might want to examine it.

It's not the first time Dyer has claimed he had Bigfoot in his clutches.

In 2008, Dyer and two associates, Matthew Whitton and Tom Biscardi, claimed to have found the body of a Bigfoot-like creature while hiking in the northern mountains of Georgia. They later admitted the corpse was a rubber costume.

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