Montana Man’s Bigfoot Hoax Ends in Death
A man in Montana trying to create a Bigfoot hoax died on the highway in Montana over the weekend.
Randy Lee Tenley deserves to be a contender in the 2012 Darwin Awards after he decided it would be a good idea to dress up in a ghille suit and walk on the highway Sunday night. Instead of making people think Bigfoot was out taking a walk he ended up being hit by two cars. Montana State Trooper Jim Schneider said, "He probably would not have been very easy to see at all." As he was dressed to look like the ground and trees.
A 15 year old girl ran him over with her car, someone actually swerved and a 17 year old ran him over. The Bigfoot hoaxer was in the driving lane according to his buddies who were watching his fatal attempt at making people think they had spotted the elusive creature.
MONTANA STATE TROOPERS SAY THEY HAD NOT RECEIVED
EVEN ONE PHONE CALL FROM ANYONE WHO SUSPECTED
THEY MAY HAVE SEEN THE ELUSIVE CREATURE.