UPDATED: 11:40am 08/15/08
I conducted further research on the website and other data on Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer. Guess what I found?
Bigfoot seems to be a theme for Whitton and/or Dyer. One of their families, most likely Rick Dyer's, works at or owns Big Foot Towing in Forest Park or Ellenwood, Ga. In fact, a tow truck with the name Big Foot Towing and what appears to be the same number where they take reservations for their Bigfoot expeditions was for sale on Craiglist not too long ago. Furthermore, the green Caddy Ric drives in one YouTube video is the same one being sold in this ad -- posted with the same 770-864-xxxx phone number.
Lest Matt Whitton turn his teddy bear's wrath on me in the next YouTube video, here is proof of the connection to Bigfoot Global LLC -- from their website's source HTML:
'keywords' content='BIGFOOT , GEORGIA , TOURS ,EXPEDITIONS, sasquatch, missing link, Yeti, Yetti, Big Foot merchandise and shirts'
'description' content='BIGFOOT Expeditions into the mountains, foot hills and swamps of the South eEastern US. BIG FOOT TIP LINE! and ACCESSORIES. RESERVATIONS 770-864-4949
It's funny how Matthew Whitton claims (at 7:24 in this video) that they "go all out with this business" as he implies they have purchased a tow truck "in case we get on something big we can't haul off ourselves". Yeah, borrowing the Dyer's tow truck and going down the road from the trailer park to film a YouTube video is really going "all out".
At 2 minutes, 56 seconds in this YouTube video, they flash the text, "Having to buy a tow truck $38000". Um, is this yet another lie?!? If not, why pay $38,000 for a tow truck when you have one for sale on Craiglist for $8,000.00?!?