More Details on The Falcon Project


There's been a couple of people who've publicly announced their involvement with the Falcon Project, but details have been scared. Dr. Jeff Meldrum was recently interview about the project, and provided some new details. The Idaho State Journal reported this:

The project will first use a team of volunteer trackers, biologists and wildlife specialists, many with military experience, called Sasquatch Trekkers, to identify telltale signs of Bigfoot — hair, remains, feces and even sounds, the professor said in the statement.

The plan, according to Meldrum, is to have the Sasquatch Trekkers work around the clock for six months. The team intends to use GPS mapping of areas it considers would be potential lodging and food sources for what are known in scientific terminology as relict hominoids, or in layman’s terms, large, hairy, man-like Bigfoots.

“Establishing the existence of the species based on physical remains is the ultimate goal of the search,” Meldrum writes.

Once that goal is achieved, he writes, “Data collected by the Sasquatch Trekkers will establish the foundation for designing the aerial survey strategies utilized in the Falcon Project … and will provide the basis for the deployment of the Aurora airship and placement of the mobile command center and ground teams.”

The Aurora is a 35-foot dual-cell catamaran-style airship. Meldrum said it can stay airborne for about 10 hours and carry a 75-pound payload consisting of cutting-edge thermal imaging cameras and high definition videography equipment. The professor said the airship will be operated and monitored by a knowledgeable ground crew. Thermal imaging is needed, Meldrum said, because the Bigfoot creature is considered to be nocturnal.


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  1. more MOUNTAIN MONSTERS PLEASE : )

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    1. while on the hunt take U some silver bullets
      FOR U SAFETY

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    2. save a lot of time just get ART BELLs map where two Bigfoots were killed in TX

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    3. Psst, that map is pure BS.

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    4. Robert "The Duchess" Lindsay says that he has made his own clothes before using nothing but what he found going through other peoples trash cans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Maybe on a calm no breeze night

    MMC

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    1. Robert "The Duchess" Lindsay says that he often goes to comic con dressed as Gumbi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2. ans bigfeet gitin thar vittles frum Denneys

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    3. Denny's is not a bigfoot friendly place.

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    4. Wrong.... it can fly 4 to 6 hours in up to 25 mile an hour wind

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    5. Robert "The Duchess" Lindsay says that he is a strong opponent of Gay marriage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. "details have been scared". Scared of what???

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    1. is it SAFE
      more Global Climate Disruption in the North East

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    2. I'm going to go out on a limb and say it was supposed to say "scarce".

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  4. Interesting, Meldrum is back on the project...

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  5. lot of folks seeing Lycandoids they look like bigfoots so you seeing a Lycandoid but you think its a bigfoot

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    1. It gets invested in shares in Biscuits business and the wheels keep a turning.

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  6. When this thing goes belly up, what happens to the money donated to date?

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    1. That's because smart people don't invest in shit! If Meldrum is so convinced in this and the other parties involved, they should re-mortage their homes and go for it. But that won't happen now will it?

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    2. Smart people don't make money by writing checks for study projects (looking for mythical apes). They find rubes to pony up the dough and capitalize from the attention.

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  7. if BOBO like the Aurora and Bigfoots like what BOBO likes then Bigfoot will be FOUND

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  8. Last I heard this project wasn't even close to reality. The Kickstarter campaign failed dismally raising only $11,865 dollars out of the stated goal of $355,000 before it was ended. Not a very good sign of confidence in this endeavor.

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    1. Private funding by or a small group has gotten them the money needed. Be off an running in a few months.
      Chuck

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    2. I hadn't heard that. I will look forward to hearing their results this year.

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    3. It was hilarious that they wanted these special forces types to be out in the wilderness areas for long stretches for absolutely no pay. Needless to say they had to scale back their expectations.

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    4. If you read the article above, it appears that is not the case at all about achieving their funding which is dated 01/25/2015 then you have this quote amongst a few snipes at Biscuit.

      “Our team members are initially working on a volunteer basis until sufficient funds are available to compensate them for their time and expertise,” Meldrum told the Journal.

      So, Meldrum has a salary from the University and others can kiss his ass and work for nothing unless thye raise funds to pay them?

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    5. Robert "The Duchess" Lindsay says that when he buys coconuts, he cracks them using nothing but his thighs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. BOBO like wat bigfoot likes and BOBO like drones : )

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  10. The Falcon Project? I thought that died years ago.

    The only way to prove that bigfoot exist is to capture or kill one and provide the specimen for science.

    Nothing taken from a hovering drone flying over forests will prove the existence of bigfoot. Even if it hovers 6 feet from a sasquatch and takes high definition video of it, there are scientists and skeptics who would dismiss the video as a hoax.

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