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 Post subject: Family fights for ‘Bigfoot’ protection
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Port Arthur, Texas
Thursday November 20. 1975
Family fights for ‘Bigfoot’ protection
Roseburg, Ore. (UP) – When Jean Fitzgerald sees monster-like footprints, she quickly rubs them out. “We destroy them, so some ‘Bigfoot’ hunter won’t stumble across them,” said Mrs. Fitzgerald. She is crusading for legislation to protect the legendary Sasquatch – the monster known as “Bigfoot” a sort of lowland North American version of the Himalayan “abominable snowman.”
Mrs. Fitzgerald said she and her family have seen the apelike creature often and once spotted nine of them together. “They proved to us they don’t mean any harm,” she said Wednesday. “Each time we saw them, they were as curious about us as we were about them.” Her husband, Steve, said he once left a candy bar for a Sasquatch, hid nearby, and watched the creature devour the treat – wrapper and all.
Bigfoot’s existence has been debated for decades, but Mrs. Fitzgerald says the family has seen the nine-foot hairy mammal on numerous occasions over the past two summers. She descried the creature as covered with short, black hair, except for the face, hands and feet, which she said were dark brown and “weather-beaten.” It also had high cheek bones, a flat nose and hands like a human being, except that the thumb was the same length as the fingers.
“He could have killed us many, many times over the past two summers if he so desired,” she said. “He’s so huge he could have done almost anything he wanted to.” Her son Danny, 15, said he once saw six of the Sasquatch “leisurely walking across the road in order, the tallest first, down to the smallest.” Danny said his school chums have ridiculed his sightings as tall tales. For that reason, he disagrees with his mother, who is against the capture of the creatures. “I’d like to see somebody bring one in so it could be proven once and for all,” he said.
Mrs. Fitzgerald has written Gov. Robert Straub to seek his help in getting legislation to protect Bigfoot. “I would like to see the governor step in and help make it illegal to capture or kill one,” she said.


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