|Sasquatch the Quest mock-up poster by Bigfoot Evidence|
It's been a busy morning, and here's the latest scoop on the Erickson Project front. In the same article by Robert Lindsay about Dr. Melba Ketchum's Bigfoot DNA press embargo, he released some tidbits about the documentary film "Sasquatch the Quest" that the Erickson Project had been working on.
Since the shutdown of SasquatchTheQuest.com website, Adrian Erickson has been pretty quiet lately. Some have attributed the shutdown of his website to the Bigfoot DNA peer-review study taking place. Others simply said that he had had enough of the Bigfoot community and wanted to put the whole Erickson Project behind him.
Okay so here's the scoop from Robert Lindsay about the project. The first line says it all:
Erickson documentary may be being worked on at a Hollywood studio now. We have discovered that around the middle of December, right around the time that Ketchum released Erickson from his NDA with her premitting him to release his video without her, Erickson apparently very quickly contacted Hollywood to get them to work on his documentary, perhaps in a matter of days.
We know this because on a Twitter account of a Hollywood director, the director twitted that he had been called away from his current project to work on the Erickson Project at a studio. So apparently he has working been working with Erickson’s documentary at a Hollywood studio since mid-December. What is probably going on is that Hollywood is fixing up Erickson’s documentary, adding to it, etc. Hollywood does this because they like to do everything their own way. Even if you take a finished film to them, they like to fix it up themselves prior to release.
If this rumor is true, and I believe it is, we could be looking at a release of the Erickson documentary quite soon, but I don’t have any definite dates. I also don’t know if the studio working on the film is fixing it up for TV or for the movies. I would guess cinema, but I’m not sure.
The old trailer for Sasquatch The Quest documentary by the Erickson Project: