The Falcon Project project founder, William Barnes released a statement today naming his "Quick Response Investigation Ground Team". Derek Randles, a very prominent Bigfoot researcher from Washington who founded the Olympic Project will be in charge of ground investigations once a Sasquatch is spotting from the sky. Despite his age, his attitude and experience in reconnaissance missions is a big plus for the team. He played an important role in the "Body Recovery" effort at the "Sierra Kills" site after a bear hunter named Justin Smeja claimed he shot two Bigfoots in the Sierras. Randles said he had hiked at least 50 miles, traversing hills and mountain slopes, searching for evidence.
William Allen Barnes, founder and manager of the Falcon Project writes:
Falcon Project proposes to conduct an extensive aerial search for an unrecognized North American primate, a.k.a. sasquatch or bigfoot, by means of an helium-filled airship, upon which a platform supporting thermal-imaging and high resolution wireless videography equipment is mounted. The Aurora Mk II airship offers major advantages over similar applications with helicopter or fixed-wing aircraft platforms, foremost, stealth and maneuverability.
The Falcon Project project founder and manager William Barnes named his “Quick Response Investigative Ground Team” that will follow up sasquatch sightings by way of the drone airship with the team of bigfoot researchers from The Olympic Project headed by Derek Randles.
Derek Randles has been searching for sasquatch in the Olympic Mountain range for over 25 years and he along with his team of researchers will lead the ground response team that will come in the next day and follow the track of the creature collecting evidence on the ground after reviewing the video filmed by the Falcon airship.
The Falcon Project "Quick Response Investigative Ground Team":
1. Derek Randles
2. Lindsay Broughton
3. James Million
4. Brian Rasmussen
5. Paul Graves
6. Richard Germeau
Derek Randles featured in a trailer for a new Bigfoot documentary: