It looks like researchers Bill Munns, Matt Moneymaker, and Dr. Jeff Meldrum, and 3 other people in the universe has been privileged enough to view the Erickson Project videos. It's clear that an NDA is suppressing people to come forward to tell the truth about what they've seen. Even today, Meldrum does not feel he is fully at liberty to discuss the videos. Munns has put up a challenge asking witnesses to spill the beans if they disagree, but he is clearly sidestepping to avoid legal problems.
"If my display of this chart causes anyone to feel that they should file some type of civil action against me, please have your lawyer contact me at email@example.com so we can set an appointment for my receiving the service of papers, and we can discuss the matter on the public record, in a court," Munns wrote after posting an image comparing Erickson's images to a wookie mask.
Moneymaker has also stated that he's not at liberty to discuss the video. "I don't want to comment on things that aren't officially released by the copyright holder. Copyright holder did release sleeper," Matt replied to one question on Twitter.
Now here comes Meldrum who offered this vague opinion about what he saw on Facebook:
Appears Bill has gone public on this. He showed the comparisons to me during my last visit there. I had seen the footage briefly during my visit to Kentucky years ago. It was not what I would have expected and yet there was something familiar about it. Since I wasn’t at liberty to discuss it then and had no opportunity to review it, it was simply tucked a way in a vague recess of memory. When Bill showed me his chart, the penny dropped. It was all too clear.