In fact, he said he's "the most hated person in Bigfoot today."

That hatred stems from his involvement in a 2008 Bigfoot hoax. 

Dyer and others claimed they had a body back then and even held a huge news conference but it all turned out to be a big lie.

"When I hoaxed in 2008, I did not believe in Bigfoot," Dyer said. "I thought Bigfoot was the same thing as a tooth fairy or a unicorn."

Dyer even said after the hoax, he starting taking people on Bigfoot tracking expeditions just to make a buck, but the more time he spent in the woods listening to other people's stories, he began to believe.

While many people think his new claims of killing a sasquatch are just another hoax, he's tried to quiet his critics by inviting a "skeptic" from the community to view the body.

Musky Allen, believed to be a fake name, was invited to view the body. 

After seeing it and spending about 20 minutes examining the remains, Allen gave a lengthy interview to a popular Facebook group called Facebook Find Bigfoot.

In the interview, Allen said the body was about 8 feet tall and weighed about 500 pounds.

"What I saw was a sasquatch, and there's no question in my mind it was at one point a living creature," Allen said. "(The feet) were extremely wide from the center up to the toes and it had completely hair-covered feet. So much so, it was extremely hard to find the toes. I had to actually pull back some hair to see the toes."

Despite his best efforts to convince people he has a Bigfoot body, Dyer's critics continue to pick apart his story, saying it's only a matter of time before it's exposed as another hoax.

Dyer insists he's telling the truth.

"Once the film company releases their film, there will be no doubt in anyone's mind that Bigfoot exists," Dyer said. "I'm not asking you to believe, I'm just asking you to wait and let me show you the proof."