Ed Smith: "Daisy" has been moved to an examination area about 12 miles from the capture site at 3:17 this morning
The news just keeps coming and even more details have surfaced. Ed Smith now claims that "Daisy", the Bigfoot, has now been moved to an "examination area" where it could take up to 72 hours to conduct the examination. A press release is expected to happen within the 48 hours. Details about the creature's weight, height, hair color and gender is still unknown at this time. Here's what Smith posted this morning via the Mid-America Bigfoot Research Center Forums:
It appears that an unprecedented event is in motion, having been on the inside of this operation and now observing from the outside is a defiant change.
So here is what I know: "Daisy" has been moved to a examination area about 12 miles from the capture site at 3:17 this morning after being properly sedated. The capture site and examination area are on private property leased and or owned in order to conduct research and operations of this type. This was confirmed by a source in the Quantra Group.
Here is what I don't know: The weight height hair color gender or location of capture. Or the health of the specimen.
Nor the actions leading up to the capture of the specimen.
Here is what I'm speculating: the examination team is continuing to assemble, examination should take 72 hours.
If they go by the plan then a decision about release or storage in a repository will be made with in 48 hours after the examination is completed.
If release is chosen then a press release should be forth coming after the examination is competed, if the specimen is sent to the repository then a press and information release would happen with in 30 to 90 days thats by the operations plan.
Reasons for moving the specimen to a repository include health issues, prolonged examination and on the darker side private investment group interests.
For clarity, the Original six was never part of the MABRC and the Original six ceased operations completely. Quantra was formed with elements of the O-6, new members, ownership and management. I'm posting this due to inaccurate reporting by some Internet news shows.
I would like to thank DW for posting information as I have been able to obtain it. I was out of town and unable to post my self.
There is an old Army saying "once the first round is fired all plans go out the window" I commend the Quantra Group for maintaining operational focus, I guess my advise on hiring ex-military operators was heeded.
In my opinion, there should be a press release within 48 hours if we get it I would be surprised, it seems they are playing this to the ink as it were.