|Matilda - Erickson Project|
The CBS affiliate promised a story would be aired tonight and later posted on their website.
I will keep you up to date as more news becomes available. Below is the release that went out to the press.
HI-DEF BIGFOOT VIDEO, NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN, PREMIERS AT DALLAS PRESS CONFERENCE WITH DNA AND PHYSICAL EVIDENCE
DALLAS, Oct 1 - On October 1, the Sasquatch Genome Project will screen never-before-seen high-definition video of Bigfoot subjects inhabiting the forests of North America. The exclusive footage comes from the long-awaited Erickson Project, a multi-site effort led by entrepreneur Adrian Erickson to capture definitive video and DNA evidence from the elusive Sasquatch.
The Sasquatch Genome Project, led by Dr. Melba Ketchum, is the group responsible for the 5-year study and genomic sequencing of Sasquatch DNA, "Novel North American Hominins, Next Generation Sequencing of Three Whole Genomes and Associated Studies," that passed scientific peer review in January and was published in February of this year. In conjunction with the screening of the new Erickson footage, the DNA study will be made available for all online as open-access at sasquatchgenomeproject.org
Adrian Erickson will present his HD footage accompanied by researcher Dennis Pfohl, who personally captured video and collected DNA samples from Sasquatch individuals. Dr. Ketchum will also present physical Sasquatch samples used in the DNA study and new specimens under ongoing investigation, and discuss sample chain of custody, study results, and bias encountered from the scientific establishment.
WHAT: Press conference screening of never-before-seen HD video of Bigfoot and explanation of 5-year DNA study and new physical specimens
WHEN: Tuesday, October 1, 2013, 10:00 AM CT
WHERE: Churchill Recreation Center, 6906 Churchill Way, Dallas, TX 75230
WHO: Dr. Melba Ketchum, DVM, director of the Sasquatch Genome Project and lead author of the DNA study "Novel North American Hominins, Next Generation Sequencing of Three Whole Genomes and Associated Studies"
Adrian Erickson, founder of the Erickson Project responsible for recording high-definition video of Bigfoot subjects
Dennis Pfohl, manager of the Erickson Project, videographer and DNA sample collector