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Frozen Bigfoot Head Unveiled?

A man who claims that his father killed and subsequently froze a Bigfoot back in 1953 has unveiled what he says is the head of the famed cryptid.

Dog trainer Peter Caine made waves at the beginning of 2017 when he showed the world a massive foot that allegedly came from the aforementioned Sasquatch.

And now, as the year comes to a close, he has revealed yet another purported piece of the creature: its frozen head.

The large, hairy, frost-covered object sports a pair of teeth which almost appear to be smiling in a video created by Caine this week.

At times quite gruesome, the footage features Caine zooming in on the possible Bigfoot head and poking at it with his fingers, perhaps to 'prove' that it is not some kind of fake.

To that end, he declared to viewers "not everything's a joke. Yeah, I do joke around, but this is not a joke. This is real."

According to him, the cranium weighs around 120 pounds, requiring him to enlist help when it comes to carrying or moving the head.

As to what he plans to do with the frozen Sasquatch that was passed down to him by his father, Caine indicated that it will be put on display at a Bigfoot museum and theme park that he hopes to build.

Until then, he's promised to produce an upcoming video which will show all of the Sasquatch parts reassembled so that people can see the creature as a whole.

Although one wishes that the object on display in the video is truly the head of a long-dead Bigfoot, Caine's story seems a bit suspicious since he has had nearly a year since showcasing the creature's foot yet has failed to prove its veracity via DNA tests or expert analysis.

With that in mind, viewers of the video would be wise to watch the footage with some skepticism, lest they fall victim to the man who cried Bigfoot a few too many times.

What's your take on the bizarre object in the video? Is it a frozen Sasquatch skull or simply a clever hoax? Let us know at the Coast to Coast AM Facebook page.

Source: YouTube

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