Tim Fasano warns of the "Piltdown Man" effect, Erickson Project followers beware

Tim Fasano is cautiously optimistic about what the Erickson Project will unveil. For over a year now, we've been hearing "leaked" stories from people close to the Erickson Project about the results of the study being done on DNA samples taken from different Sasquais (yes, that's a new word first coined by Richard Stubstad).

Here's a brief history of what has happened over the past months regarding the Bigfoot DNA samples and the shooting(s).
  • Richard Substad leaks DNA Study, reveals "Bigfoots are halfway between Homo sapiens and Neandertal" - click here
  • More Richard Substad leaks about the Bigfoot DNA study, "Sasquatch DNA Update, DNA Samples May Indicate 100% Human Race" - click here
  • Leader of Bigfoot DNA research group responds to "leaked" results, "The Real Scoop On Dr. Melba’s DNA Study (David Paulides)" - click here
  • Robert Lindsay reported Two Dead Bigfoot Bodies Being Used For DNA Test - click here
  • Two Bigfoots Shot Dead, Legal Wrangling Over DNA and Death of Subjects - click here
  • Bigfoot shooter identified, possibly from Sacramento, CA - click here
  • Official word from Olympic Project about Sierra Bigfoot shooting -  click here

Nobody knows for sure if any of this is true or what the Erickson Project will unveil, but Fasano wants to send a cautionary advisory to those who are following this closely:

On July 24, 2011, Tim Fasano wrote on his blog:

Piltdown Man And The Erickson Project

In 1912 Charles Dawson held a press conference in London with an important announcement. He had discovered during a dig in the Piltdown region of England a fossil of an ancient skull. Dawson believed this skull was a bridge between Neanderthal and modern man, the missing link. The best part of all of this was the fossil was English!

Java man and Neanderthal had been discovered in the middle of the nineteenth century and scientist needed a bridge. Dawson was going to deliver with this important discovery. He and his workers had been digging for months over the last year and found several parts of a skull and a jaw bone. The skull was able to house a very large brain and the jaw was more monkey like to chew vegetation and meat. The scientific world was excited about this find. They had, however, failed to notice of critique some obvious things. In short, scientific method was played with fast and loose.

Piltdown Skull

Dawson had been working on his own and the only scientific controls of his dig were the ones he would impose. Since his crew was working alone, they could do whatever they wanted. That would include fudge data, time lines, and offer no accounting for the procurement of samples and under what conditions these samples had been found. Much less, any possibility of experimentation or repeatability of results.

What Dawson had done was put together an orangutan jaw bone with a modern human skull. He exposed all sample's to acid and dye to make them appear to be very old. The part of the skull that connects to the vertebrae was the orangutan. Scientist bought his hoax hook line and sinker. The reason? They were just as eager as him to believe and prove man evolved from apes.

If you go to a bookstore that has old books that predate 1953, you will find books that show the evolutionary path of man and apes with the Piltdown man being the most significant of the lnages. For decades this was taught in schools and nobody had a clue. The very people who should of questioned this, did not.

The fossil was rarely taken out of its case and nobody was allowed to examine it. They only had access to replications. How could scientist of not questioned that? Simple, they wanted to believe. That is what I fear is going on in Bigfoot research today mainly in the form of the Erickson Project with Dr. Melba Ketchum.

Nobody has seen the samples that are being DNA tested. Nobody knows where these samples are being tested, and nobody can examine any of this important work. We are just told that one day all of this will come out. The conditions under which any of this 'evidence' was gathered in the field is suspect at best. You only have to just take their word for it like in the Piltdown Man.

This is Piltdown Man

I don't mean to be so skeptical, but none of this is even close to being the way science should advance. There is a large amount of money to be made and we all know what happens when money can change hands. University research this is not. Lets not let this junk science fool a lot of people.


  1. I admit I'm highly skeptical about the whole BF shooting/DNA stuff that's leaking out. It just makes me think of the day I saw eagerly watching CNN cover what should have been verified beforehand as a BF in a refrigerator. I was astonished that they would cover such a "monumental" event without actually seeing this container and BF before they aired it. I feel like if this had really happened, it would be so big, you couldn't contain the info. It would be like filming Brad and Angelina's wedding--every news rag would be all over it.

    1. You go, Girl! You tell it to them, ya know, About Brad and Angelina! LOL
      You'd be skeptical if a bigfoot sat on your face and filled you with even more horseshit.
      Why don't you shut up and stick to your "Spooks!"
      What a dork!

  2. Biscardi blew it for me. Trying to not be too gullible these days.

  3. Skepticism about the DNA investigation is of course warranted, but it is also premature. From everything I've been able to glean from primary sources involved in the actual study, great pains are being taken to proceed with this study and analysis along firm scientific lines, with the results and methodology being put forward in a peer reviewed journal article. This is what we need to wait for. After that point, when this team releases their findings and it goes through peer review, we can then start to make skeptical statements. Until then, both true believers and die hard skeptics are just pouring from the empty into the void. The paper will either hold to scientific scrutiny or it won't, but I'm very encouraged that they are attempting to do the study along those lines, rather than off the scientific grid, which would throw up many more red flags for me.

  4. So now we know more about the alleged shooter. Young guy, considered a "cowboy" and a "bad hunter". Female "died in his arms"? Yeah, right. Every young guy carries a cell phone at all times. Can you imagine a bigger photo-op (other than Brangelina's wedding pics)? Anybody that returned to the body to collect evidence would surely have taken a camera. Why are we hearing ONLY of tissue samples, but no photos? Shaky, shaky.

  5. Anything coming out of Fatsano's pie hole can be taken with a grain of salt. He has Carmine;s head so far up his arse that they both smell the same.....can you say HOAXER? He has been viewed making his videos a few feet from his county state park camp site while trying to pass it off as deep in the woods as well as making false claims in other videos he has made with real researchers and being called down for it. These videos conveniently disappear from his youtube site. He was invited by real researchers to join them on outings but he is so out of shape they had to stop ever hundred yards so he could catch his breath. He would point his camera at every sound and make outrageous claims......in short.....he is a joke.

  6. Yeah and the liberals keep teaching these lie in our schools


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