The eagerly awaited documentary about the Erickson Project — also known as the ‘Sasquatch, the Quest’ is nearing completion and will hopefully be released soon. The release of the documentary will coincide with the release of the DNA findings — but will they prove Bigfoot really exists?
Privately funded since 2005, The Erickson Project is actively researching sasquatch at various study sites in North America. The goal of Adrian Erickson and his team is to have the collected evidence validated by science and the sasquatch officially recognized as a species or sub-species.
The documentary “Sasquatch, the Quest” is part of the Erickson Project and will unveil, for the first time, a host of never before seen sasquatch footage and other evidence chronicling the journey of the Erickson Project. The release of the documentary will coincide with the release of the DNA findings collaboratively with Dr. Melba Ketchum.
The project have estimated that a minimum of 4000, possibly many more Bigfoots could be living in the wooded areas of Canada and the U.S. They also speculate that Sasquatch has its own language.