If there are thousands of Bigfoots wandering around the Pacific Northwest, why aren't more footprints found? Particularly when it snows, their footprints should be all over the place. One answer may be that people have been erasing the prints! Back in 1975, Bigfoot researcher Jean Fitzgerald confessed that her family, who had seen Bigfoot on "numerous occasions," would rub out Bigfoot tracks whenever they came across them, so that a Bigfoot hunter wouldn't stumble upon them. Fitzgerald also crusaded for legislation to protect Sasquatch. Source: The Eureka Times Standard
- Nov 20, 1975.