Well, they supposedly 'caught' one in Yankland, but it turned out to be the work of attention whores and bored ex-policemen.
"Bigfoot's" finders released pictures at a press conference
The claimed recent discovery of Bigfoot in the US state of Georgia has turned out to be a giant hoax - it was a rubber gorilla suit in a block of ice.
Two men said last week they had found the 2.3m-tall (7ft 7in), 226kg (500lb) corpse of the legendary ape-like creature in a wood in June.
Two researchers bought the "carcass", encased in ice, for an undisclosed sum.
But as it thawed it turned out to be a rubber monkey outfit. Bigfoot has been the subject of decades of hoaxes.
Matt Whitton, a police officer, and Rick Dyer, a former prison officer, told a news conference in California last week that they had made the find while hiking.
A photograph on the men's website showed what appeared to be a large, hairy creature.
But Bigfoot experts reacted suspiciously to the men's claims and the story soon began to unravel.
BIGFOOT BASICSFirst documented report was prints found by Canadian trader in 1811Name dates from 1958 reports of giant footprints found in CaliforniaRay Wallace, who died in 2002, claimed to have faked theseMost famous footage shot in 1967 and contested ever since
Steve Kulls - of squatchdetective.com - observed the thawing and said that as the ice melted, the exposed head was found to be "unusually hollow in one small section".
As the process continued the feet were exposed - and were found to be made of rubber.
The Associated Press news agency reported that telephone calls to Mr Whitton and Mr Dyer were not returned on Tuesday.
But the voicemail recording for their Bigfoot Tip Line - which proclaims they also search for leprechauns and the Loch Ness monster - had been updated. It announced the duo were also looking for "big cats and dinosaurs".