The most penetrating search for Sasquatch/North American Ape ever conducted in North America.
The Falcon Project was inspired by an eyewitness experience of a North American Ape in the mountains of California. After years of research and networking with other North American Ape researchers in the field (who have been trying to capture footage of the creature from the ground) William Barnes, the founder of this project, came to the conclusion that there is a need to approach this research from the air. A quiet, remote-controlled airship seems to be the answer, after evaluating the existing efforts by others to collect evidence.
The evidence for the existence of North American Apes is almost entirely supported by anecdotal evidence, tracks and hair samples classified as an unidentified primate. Since science tells us that these creatures did exist at some point in the past, the relevant question now is: do they still exist? In 2007, it was recognized by science that unusual footprints found in remote areas in North America were likely made by some sort of animal currently unknown to science. The footprints were given the scientific name Anthropoidipes ameriborealis (North American ape foot).
|Anthropoidipes ameriborealis (North American ape foot). The paper by Dr. Jeffrey.|
Meldrum of Idaho State University which established the scientific recognition is provided in the appendix . The purpose of the proposal being put forward here is to perform research and firmly establish the identity of the maker of these footprints. Today there is a good chance that the open ended question of these creatures’ existence can be resolved once and for all with this dual airship surveillance project.
The person/organization responsible for capturing film evidence of these creatures would be positioned to receive financial compensation through so many avenues that the list is almost endless (as are the streams of income that each would create). A few examples of such streams are: a motion picture, a documentary about the process of finding the North American Ape, expeditions, books, non-profit organizations for educational purposes, e-books, DVD’s, etc.