Known as the 'Falcon Project', the new hunt will be co-ordinated through Idaho State University.
The ambitious endeavor will use an Aurora Mk II airship laden with thermal imaging and high resolution wireless videography equipment to scour the forests of North America for signs of the elusive hominid. An airship was chosen because it provides better maneuverability than a helicopter and is far quieter, allowing it to pass overhead with minimal disturbance.
With over 17 years experience investigating the Bigfoot phenomenon, author and researcher Dr. Jeff Meldrum will be acting as the project's principal investigator. William Barnes, having encountered the creature himself in 1997, is the project founder and manager. Barnes hopes to not only prove that Bigfoot exists but to lay the groundwork for future research and protection of the species.
"The Falcon Project proposes to conduct an extensive aerial search for an unrecognized North American primate, a."
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