Map Of Bigfoot Sightings

December 29, 2011 by staff 

Map Of Bigfoot Sightings, One individual’s effort to map a large number of the more credible bigfoot / sasquatch reports published on the internet; essentially to provide a reasonably comprehensive geographical index of reports and a tool to help assess their geographic distribution.

A complete index of all bigfoot sightings. It can never be anywhere near complete for a variety of reasons. First, that ideal would totally depend upon all witnesses reporting their encounters. Second, limited manpower within bigfoot research organizations means there will always be a sizeable backlog of unevaluated and unpublished reports. Also some reports may be considered too sensitive for publication. Finally, this particular effort is also under-resourced. (The fact that not all researchers organize their web sites in a manner that facilitates monitoring new reports is also a factor.) So, while thousands of reports have been mapped here, it’s quite likely that a very substantial number of encounters are not represented.
Why dedicate so much effort to mapping reports of a creature that remains unrecognized by mainstream science?

Initially I had planned to include only maps and mapping information on this web page, as there are many other more comprehensive web sites devoted to the study of the bigfoot phenomenon. These sites already provide arguments supporting (and contesting) the likelihood these creatures exist – arguments that are often more complete than the one I am about to make. But since those arguments are elsewhere, my point here is to encourage anyone who happens upon this project not to dismiss out of hand the possibility these creatures exist, but rather to keep an open mind and to learn more about this subject before forming an opinion…

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