Sunday, June 23, 2013

Mountain Monsters on Destination America

I happened to come across a new show on Destination America called Mountain Monsters. A group of trappers and hunters who call themselves A.I.M.S. go from place to place hunting mysterious creatures. If theres going to be people running around trying to capture the Wolf Man theres no one I'd rather have than hunters and trained trackers and trappers.

On this episode as previously stated, they traveled to Kentucky to find and trap the Wolfman. Now the fact that they seemed to jump wholeheartedly into believing there is a Wolfman running around instead to ruling everything else out first, bothers the skeptic in me. Do I believe in a giant Wolf Man roaming in Kentucky's wilderness? Of course not, but the show did do a good job in selling me on the fact that there is something giant roaming around the Kentucky wilderness. 

While watching the show I did find myself not wanting it to end so I could see whatever it is eating huge deer and dragging it back to its den, and leaving huge footprints all over the region. Next week seems to be a hunt for the Grassman which I am assuming its another name for Bigfoot but I will watching.  

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  1. you gotta be kidding me. the ahem, monster is 2 ft from a goat and the goat is bending over eating. this is after they had it in a hole and left. also the one dude couldn't get his shoulders in the hole but it's 350-500lbs.

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    1. Thanks for the comment, but thats why I said it bothered me that they jumped completely into saying it was the wolf man. It could have easily been something else.

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    2. 1ST, THIS IS A ENTERTAINING SHOW. IF ANYONE THINK THIS IS A REAL GROUP OF ANYTHING NEEDS HEADS WORKED ON. "BUCK" IS OBESE AS IS ALL OF THEM. BUT IT IS FUN TO WATCH. I WILL WATCH AGAIN AND AGAIN....CAUSE I'M NUTS. I'M JUST WONDERING HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE TO GET CANCELED, PROBABLY ABOUT AS LONG AS IT TAKES BUCK AND THE BOYS TO CHANGE PANTS AND TAKE A BATH..........FUN 4 SURE. JUST DONT TAKE ANY OF IT SERIOUS...IT IS LIKE THE WWF...........OOOOOOOPS, SORRY, RASTLIN IS REAL

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    3. It was "something else". It was one of the Good Ole' Boys. That's why the goat wasn't throwing a horror show trying to vamoose, and just kept on eating.

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    4. Curiously, the "lair" where all the bones were found, was at the bottom of a dropoff. My sense tells me the deer and/or cattle fell off the edge, causing grievous injury that they succumbed to, and were then subsequently, predated upon.

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    5. Watching the fat dude fall down every episode is entertaining enough to tune in.

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    6. I totally agree! The episode where he fell twice in the creek was hilarious! Not to mention that stupid "wild bill" character, who wants to take on all the monsters just with his pocket knife because he's some badass ex-marine. It's like watching re-runs of gomer pyle!

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    7. When they were tracking something in the woods AND the one Large Guy who fell twice in the water, then pretended to pass out after looking at the MOTH MAN'S "RED EYES" .. Common now, this is as fake as fake can get,, If you were tracking something in the woods would you go stomping in the woods making as much noise as possible and still expect your prey not to hear you !! PLEASE

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    8. Ur right, if the supposebly wolfmans so dangerous,how in the world ur going to stick ur head in the hole,sounds like alot live action pooda pooh!!!

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    9. How can they tell the Wolfman was walking on 2 legs from that video? The whole screen was blocked.

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    10. It pisses me off to read all these ignorant comments. All of you would never have the guts to do what they do! Show me real proof its fake then you can judge

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    11. You can't be serious, if any of their evidence was real don't you think there would be more media attention outside the show? This is staged deliberate acting (and not even very convincing). It is not real in any way.

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    12. it could be a hoax but the chupacabra was said to be a hoax
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    13. I agree....why on earth if they are hunting for something that weights 500-800.lbs in a hole that is only 2ft wide...why would they think he would be in there...lmao. ..c'mon...you guys gotta do better then that

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    14. So 11:20, are you trying to say that chupacabras are real? I have yet to see that proof.

      Then we have Mr. ALL CAPS, who uses the argument of obesity as evidence of a hoax. Now there's some detective work! With that logic, we could say his spelling, punctuation and sentence structure are evidence of his illiteracy.

      The only person here who even has half a point is erica. Everyone talks big, but most would likely pee their pants in the woods. However erica, if you believe anything on this show is real, you're dumber than Mr. ALL CAPS.

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    15. Just like on finding bigfoot most of the eyewitnesses have had daytime encounters And taken pictures or video during the day but the "researchers" only look for them at night. I used to wanna believe in Bigfoot and stuff but these shows have ruined it for me. Bring back monster quest. Less entertaining but more realistic

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  3. This show is as fake as can be all those weapons and they're afraid of this so called monsters. Total fake and a waste of my time to watch

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    1. thanks for the comment. But at least for me even with a bazooka, I would still be scared of the monsters! I'm watching the second episode now, and I might end of feeling the same as you in a few. I should say Im more interested in the supposed monsters they are hunting than anything else. Wouldn't be surprised if it is fake though

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    2. The most fake show I have ever seen, it's so fake it's funny to watch. Doesn't look like any of these guys have experience with weapons waving them around like the 3 stooges yelling we need back up....we need back up....
      Since TV as a whole sucks I'll watch it for a laugh.....

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    3. Oh I do agree. And I have never seen them fire a gun ! Also if they have been at it this long ....they must not be very good . Great for a laugh .

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    4. then mr.anonymous why are you still watching?

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    5. I watch it for the laughs. Those guys are morons. They for sure aren't hunters

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    6. Someone here asked why Bigfoot is always blurry on a game trail cam . I can answer that after hours of personal research and intense observation . They know that they can absure the optics of the camera by rubbing a mixture of animal fat and fish oil on their hair thus creating a reflective surface . Do not be fooled . These monsters are highly intelligent .

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  4. I honestly think it is a good show. Very suspenseful. But I do think it is fake. The picture of the "Grass man" looked faked. However, I guess can't prove them wrong. So maybe there is something out there.

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    1. thats exactly what I thought. then I remembered that there are cameras that cant keep up with the high speed, making the object in motion appear very blurrh

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    2. Faked. they used the same silhouette in the "money shot" that they used up on the hill at the deer stand. Curiously, when examining trap cam footage, cougars look like cougars, deer look like deer, possums look like possums, however Bigfoot is always blurry. Why do you think that is?

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  5. I'm willing to suspend nearly all of my disbelief for fictional television shows & when I go to a cinema theater, but not for these "unscripted" reality shows. There's just something about how the networks producing these shows presents them that sticks in my craw and irritates me the most. By far, the worst thing is when they present the shows as 100% true. They know it's fake, I know it's fake and probably the rest of the world knows it's fake. I'm not saying faking isn't a bad thing (just ask my ex-wife), just stop dancing around the truth and be straight up about it. Just embrace it for what it is. Other than friends that ask you if you think the outfit they have on makes their keister look fat, nobody likes getting repeatedly & blatantly lied to.

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  6. Call me Anonymous No. 2.

    I laughed at the goats calmness when 'Wolfman' was next to it, too. I did not see anything in the witness's footage that was provoking.

    Again, in the Grassman episode, another witness footage was also silly. From the angle of the shot it looks to me like someone at the top of the hill probably parked a pickup truck next to the deer stand and had someone in costume walk on the bed of the truck to give it the illusion of being very tall. The film only catches the upper torso pf the 'creature'.

    Notice when the hillbilly hunters attach their camera to a tree , only about 3 feet from the ground, in order to get photos of something supposedly 8-9 feet tall ? And how about that
    8 foot deep hole dug to catch it ? It would probably work fine if the 'monster' didn't have arms.

    The most scariest thing about the Grassman epidode was that hillbilly's toenails. (The dude that took off his boots, walmart bag waterproofing, then sock.} Would it kill him to bend over and cut his toenails once in a while? Totally gross.

    Yeah, I think this show should be called "Hillbilly Hunters' faking monsters in mountains. Those habitation sites got to be staged prior to the show as well. The area littered with bones, as if the Wolfman brought every kill back to one place to consume it. The branches piled in the abandoned house to resemble a bedding for a Grassman.

    Using a bear soundtrack (the growling noise inserted in the footage in optimum places) for the Grassman was unoriginal.

    I live in a mountainous area in Montana, so well recognize a bear when I hear one. And as far as those southern 'southern Appalachians go, see mole hills not fit to be described as mountains.



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    1. Enjoyed your post. I'm still chuckling about the toenail comment.

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    2. Why is every so called witness video of Bigfoot or any other creature very blurry and far away? If I had captured something on film and it started to move away from me I think that i would try to go after it! I am really of the mind that most realty shows are fake in general and Im sure that this one is no exception. It does strike me odd that they can go out in probably a week and find these creatures that no one else can. But I still will watch the show for now, as long as Im not eating (Damn man cut your toe nails!!)

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    3. The silhouette up at the deer stand, looked exactly like the one behind the dirt pile. That one was only from the waste up also.

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  7. I'm trying to understand what motivated me to watch the show in the first place. I do recall saying, "...time for a giggle." I subsequently end up frustrated because I normally don't "do" stupid. I wouldn't be looking for a snack either (after watching those guys).

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    1. I was just channel surfing. I had heard nothing of this show until I stumbled upon it. Im both glad I did and sad I did at the same time

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    2. What I don't understand is they say their helping the people in the area and the almost catch the so called monster but do not finish the job! They move on to something else. If this was real finish the fnnn job! Lazy hillbilly Mfrkers! lol

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    3. this show is just making hillbillies look dumb ,the show should not make fun of hillbillies .and hunters don't hunt like these dumb asses .they could not even catch a fly.they are fakes as hunters, trapers and as hillbillies !!!!!!!

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  8. My problem with these shows is how do you know the cast aren't being suckered in as well. You could have true believers searching the woods and all you need is a producer in the distance faking noises or footprints to fool everyone into having legitimate reactions. Too bad. Even if you got legitimate photos and physical evidence (footprints), who would believe it in this day and age. Unfortunately, the only way this will get resolved is with a carcass. How sad.

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    1. unfortunately you are correct in this. It is very sad

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    2. I agree with you.

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    3. If the Crew thought it was real a gun would fire in an episode. Tell me when they do. If you found one of these monsters don't you think that you would take a picture to show the world and make money. Or even try to defend yourself for looking soo stupid on television. Please stop entertaining the validity of this show. IT IS FAKE. Please stop it. This is embarrassing.

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  9. It never occurred to me that at least a couple of the guys in that group wouldn't be capable of recognizing sabotage. I've never really taken time to consider much about reality TV till I stumbled on this particular blog.

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    1. its shows like ghost hunters that got me thinking about being faked. After the first few seasons, the crew started asking the guys to start faking evidence. Thats when I stopped watching. I believe they stood up to the network ad now they no longer fake anything

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    2. Well so for I have seen DNA evidence taken (not the correct way) along with plenty of so called tracks. But no plaster poured into them to keep and document much less examine them so that along lets you know that they do not want the said items examined

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  10. Well, if they let them talk them into faking evidence, then they're already tainted. They should've made their stand sooner. They have no integrity now. As far as the "what if" the producers are fooling the hillbillies, do they have live rounds in their guns or not? Wouldn't that be funny if the producer took a load of buckshot?

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    1. I guess maybe they were concerned about losing their show? maybe the ratings were slipping? I dont know the circumstances. As far as mountain monsters, who knows if those guns are even loaded or maybe dont have firing pins? I still like the show but they seem to get evidence that people who have been out there for a long time cant get. More I watch the fishier it gets

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  11. I remain withheld as to what this is. Lots of things seem predictable, but i'm facing the major problem that this is a hell of a lot of work to fool people on a channel that not very many people even know exists. When Animal Planet made Dragons and Mermaid mocumentaries those things were promoted all the time. It was big. Lost Tapes was also done in a style that was clearly faked in story telling.

    This just seems too done up that it bothers me. Why in the world would you waste time to script out interviews and then a whole hunt sequence (or sometimes more than one), make fake evidence, not sell it with any kind of professional advice, one more actor every week couldn't be that more expensive given everything they've would have spent if it's fake.

    The stars aren't the sharpest knives in the drawer. I find it possible that Grassman photo could have been a man in a gillie suit they caught and being not-so-smart thought it was evidence. The nest was similar to what Monsterquest found before.

    if it's fake and all pipped in, why in the world go all the way to fake dead coyotes and bones? Is it possible producers set stuff up for them to find? Maybe. But again why on a random channel with only promotion on said channel? That money could have gone to other things.

    This organization the men claim to represent has a real .org site. It's not been updated since last year by the looks and their email isn't set up to a automated reply thing as you would expect them to have if it was all fake.

    Overall i think some people are a bit uptight, since really tracking and trapping an animal honestly sounds like a better idea than these other people who generally just walk through woods hoping to run across something. Would Fisherman be better off just jumping into a lake looking for a fish with no true gameplan other than to look and see what you might see?

    Overall in three episodes they haven't gotten anything newsworthy. There pictures and footage are all inconclusive. The dogs they captured aren't exactly impossible to believe. Some feral dogs in the area running with a bigger one is highly probable. And also i doubt anything they found would have made news if it was real.

    Honestly i look forward to the Mothman episode. If that one has a Mothman running around i'll be more set to believe the producers of this had too much money on their hands. But again i find it possible as subjected some of their evidence and interviews might be staged or done as hoaxes.

    But at the same time there's no disclaimer and no real reaction here. The disclaimer i saw read nothing was hunted. Even the Mermaids show had one at the very last frame, if you had the time to put a disclaimer that they intentionally didn't kill anything on a show you 100% faked, why not put that there?

    Also let's not forget this channel also did a show before this that clearly didn't have good budgets for reenactments, and took most witness reports at face value. If this is all for show to fake people, they must have saved all their pennies here to afford money for all those traps, dead animals, live animals, fake costumes, fake evidence, script writers, plotting experts, etc.

    All in all my head is spinning just thinking about it. I want to call fake, but i just can't seem to shake the feeling that it's so much to fake. Quite frankly they fact they may have faked some stuff to fool the guys, sounds like a far better idea than it's all real or all fake. I think it's somewhere in between.

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    1. i can agree with you about a lot. but the reason why they fake evidence is to make it more exciting and get more viewers. I total crap

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    2. this world is fucked if this is the future intelligence gene pool, that is conversing right now.

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    3. Philo Farnsworth would kill himself if he could see today what mankind has done with his invention ,the television .

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  12. I watched the "Grassman" episode last night which showed supposed real footage of a giant monster running from behind a hunting shack. One thing that wasn't mentioned was the fact that there appeared to be at least 6" of snow on the ground. Why no video of it's tracks which would clearly show tracks, stride and gate? I have hunted all my life and spend a lot of time tracking deer. That video was total BS!

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  13. Too much looks wrong to think any of this show is actually real. The real question to ask, if the producers wanted people to believe any of this was real and genuine, is if the team were truly that close to the "Grassman" why would you pack up and leave? The team was within a few yards and even if the grassman "got away" aren't these guys supposed to be trackers? Even if they decided to wait till morning, they couldn't ask for fresher tracks and probably round up some locals and/or dogs to help. Would any real researcher had left with that much recent evidence, fresh tracks and personal encounter?

    There should be a disclaimer stamped before, during and after the show that reads "For Entertainment Only"

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    1. It's the same thing with other fake shows such as Finding Bigfoot. They supposedly get close to seeing a Bigfoot but just leave for another location the next day. If you're close to "finding" a Bigfoot why wouldn't you just stay in that location?

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    2. I have watched Mountain Monsters since the start of the series. No, it isn't real but I do believe that somewhere in those deep, undisturbed Appalachian Mountains there are "creatures" no one knows about. I agree with all of you about the "fake stuff" and just leaving the area when the trap comes up empty? Who does that?? After tracking and building traps--really? As someone said, "entertainment only"---I try to keep an open mind and all that but---a little too much silly stuff and not enough real investigation. I do enjoy the show for some weird reason.

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  14. I actually enjoy this program and personally find it to be better than Finding Bigfoot. Never would I have imagined a world like this even existed. So many monsters in one area? Who knew? I'm hooked! Unlike some of you, I realize the entertainment value and dont look at it like a documentary procedural. I'll continue watching the show and look forward to see how they'll trap the next monster.

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    1. Well, to be honest, it does not take much for a show to be better than Finding Bigfoot. I would say the bar is set pretty low on that one. I am glad you find it entertaining and only look at it as such. But unlike you, I require a little more from my entertainment. I don't have the luxury of wasting time on fake programming. I only watched the first episode and decided I had enough. It would be nice if a show like this was real, but I think your average viewer would quickly grow bored of the dead ends and lack of sightings. After all, it is all about ratings. I think if I was 10 or 11 years old this would have been one of my favorite shows. As far as the competence of these guys as trackers and hunters, I think it is quite amusing. I think any "real" hunter and tracker will quickly agree. But if you have an hour to waste and you have low expectations for entertainment, you may have found your perfect show.

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    2. You don't the luxury of wasting time on fake programming but you have the luxury of wasting time posting on blogs about a program you think is fake?

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    3. "You don't the luxury of wasting time on fake programming but you have the luxury of wasting time posting on blogs about a program you think is fake?"

      Haha! I was thinking the same thing.

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  15. If someone ever saw just a couple of tracks can se they are all to perfect every time ! They are plantet. Just moved the leaves a bit so they kan plant one and thats the only spot where there is no leaves in the entire forrest cmon lol.

    And yeah loved hes 2 inch toenails lool damn.

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    1. Your critique of the mans' pedicure is hilarious in light of your complete mangling of the written word. Is english your second language?

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  16. Watching the Wompus Beast one. I have actually seen one in Pulaski Co. Va. Will see how this episode pans out.

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  17. I live in pulaski and heard of sightings and beleive there's strange things in the woods, maybe dumb shows like this will get more people to talk about things they have seen.
    mm357

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  18. The fact that this show exists, is blogged about, and it's legitimacy debated upon, is a true testimate to the failure of the American public education system. Cryptozoology is interesting and will always entertain curious minds. Ignorance is also entertaining. This show has a little of the former and a shit load of the latter. Enjoy this gem. I personally like predicting the outcome of each scene with some friends, then laughing when the fat guy falls or any of them awkwardly act out the hardly convincing drama that ensues. Thank you all for posting your thoughts, it's provided me with a tiny bit of entertainment. I hope they discharge a round before the show is cancelled. In the mean time enjoy the lack of science, fat guys, fake noises, poor acting, and complete waste of thermal imaging. Also, I'm disappointed in the way our culture paints the picture of the mountain man as a fool. I hail from these mountains and I appreciate my heritage, lets not soil a genuinely beautiful way of life with ignorant trash.

    Oh and this show is totally cooler than Finding Bigfoot.

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    1. Finding Bigfoot is funny in a different way. While I don't believe any of it is faked, I can't help but laugh at the steadfast resolve, of the true believers (Moneymaker and the other two) that honestly believe every strange noise they hear in the woods, is Bigfoot. The best ones are when he gets all worked up over Renee's skepticism, that he starts referring to his "Years of experience in the field" pursuing this. Right, Mat. How many years, and you still can't find one, even though by your accounts, the woods are lousy with them.

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    2. Totally agree on the "Finding Bigfoot" comment - despite innumerable contenders for the title, that really is the worst of the "cryptozoology shows" on TV. The only large, hairy, scary humanoid you are ever likely to see on it is... Bobo. I can't look at that dude without thinking that, with a week's growth of beard, he'd be every male " 'Squatch's" Saturday night dream date and I find myself hoping against hope that, some episode, we'll see an entire game camera sequence documenting Bobo's getting punked by some horny, 800 lb. Pithecanthropus giganticus. Oh, and I HATE that neologism (autologism?) of his, "Squatchie". Somehow, Bobo can sense, immediately upon stepping into any woodland, that it is over-run with Bigfeet. No doubt, if you dropped him into Central Park, he'd pronounce it "Squatchie". Compared to Bobo, even "Mountain Monster's" Wild Bill, the former Marine ("Hoo-ah"!), comes across as articulate and reflective.

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  19. No insurance carrier would ever allow a bunch of halfbreeds who apparently never heard of the most basic gun rules to carry ammo. I'm guessing the guns are unloaded, to keep them from shooting each other (probably not a bad idea).

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  20. Anyone seen the Mothman episode? I just watched it and if you watch come tell me what's fake about it.

    I knew the show was fake the whole time, but this episode took fake to the next level.

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    1. everything was faked. wheres the photo of mothman? these yahoos always see the monster except the cameraman.

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  21. Torches, the "commotion," ..... Electric goes off,....hmmmm. Why aren't they going out every night if they're so close? Hoo-rah. ��

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  22. Totally hillbilly halfbreed bs! How rediculous! What a total laughfest joke!!! No wonder the entire country thinks badly of people in/ from the area portrayed!!! Dang! What an insult!!!

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  23. I cannot grasp how they can perceive what's happening as genuine or real. Perhaps I'm the one who is just closed minded (never thought I was) because this seems so stupid yet they seem to believe what they see/ hear. I never thought nor do I currently think anything negative about people from the area portrayed,....well, now I guess I just can't reconcile any success associated with this endeavor.

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  24. I do not understand how any true American could doubt the authenticity of this show !
    Skilled mercaneries at the top of their game, are risking their lives to keep this country
    safe for babies, piglets, and goats. Their extreme weights are to act as protection in a fall,
    No animal could bite them deep enough to kill. They need and deserve our support and
    help, Sincerely, Loco Larry, Deer Crossing, Alabama, phone BR-549

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  25. The producers need to make this show more like "Call of the Wildman". Get some "Live Action!"

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  26. I am now convinced that this show is completely faked. People have been out looking for these creatures for years but they can show up and find it in a few days? Then they turn and leave right when it gets hairy? Give me a break. The wompus was the end for me. they had a huge cat that escaped the trap but they sit there like they knew it wasnt there.. Same for the Mothman..

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    1. Roy - how many episodes did it take for you to be convinced its fake?

      I think Roy is the only person in Merica that thought this show had a chance at being real.

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    2. Honestly any new show I hope that it will finally be real. My hope for this show ended about the second episode.

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    3. TOTALLY FAKED!! (and stupid) Somehow these hillbillies can drive up in the mountains and on the 2nd night of a expedition find the elusive beast. They are really awesome to only need 2-3 days to solve the mystery.

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  27. I haven't seen any of them take a drink of water, build a fire or eat any food. oh, that mountain air is full of nutrients.

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  28. Well Ive seen DNA evidence taken and not the correct way, along with several tracks and none has been poured with plaster for documentation or to be examined by others. So that alone tells you that it's all fake. The DNA taken would tell others that what they was looking for was a deer or something of a normal anamals in the woods

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  29. Thankfully, it's over.

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    1. But will it be back?

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  30. I gave it a chance but after watching a few episodes, I just couldnt pretend this show is real or give it any credibility. For starters the way they hold their guns, lean on them, balance on them, use them to point of the "evidence", just proved to me not only is this show fake but these hillbillies are far from expert anythings but laughable redneck idiots. The tree climbing duo are impressive at climbing but thats about it. The funniest parts of the show is watching humpy dumpy fall all over the place, stumble and when he was attacked my "moth man". It was good for a few laughs but totally made a joke in regard to wanting to believe any of the "monsters" were real.... Hopefully the producers dont let these redneck idiots in on the jokes and maybe they believe its all "real" as well...

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  31. I remember thinking as a kid, "Wouldn't it be cool if you crossed Scooby Doo with the Beverly Hillbillies?". Nope, not really. Just like owning your own ice cream factory, some things just don't translate well to adulthood.

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  32. I really like the guys and like the premise of the show BUT...all those guys with all those skills NEVER catch anything? Not even a hair sample with the one who was "caught" in the net and got its way out? Come On! I like the show and will continue watching it but until they find something more than absolutely perfect tracks(which is also unheard of in the wild) then I have no faith that its actually real. Id love to see someone actually catch something...whether they are on this team or not.

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  33. More like Beverly hillbillies crossed with Wiley Coyote!!!!!

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  34. This show is beyond fake. In the episode " lizard demon" the man in the cabin who saw this creature was also on another destination America show called " deep fried Bigfoot" talking about the skunk ape and he is a Cryptozologist(sp?).. I saw him on this show and cringed. The acting was fake and he looked like he was trying not to laugh the whole time they were talking about the lizard demon. Either these "hunters" are very good or bad actors or their producers are stinging them along, planting fake evidence and hiring actors for "witnesses". If this be the case, I am sorry for these people. The are then taking advantage of the poor men and making fools of them. If this is the case I hope they find this out and sue the pants off the network.

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  35. The show is hilarious if nothing else & i am laughing my ass off about Huckleberry's toenails !




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  36. The show is hilarious & I'm laughing my ass off about Huckleberrys toenails!

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  37. I heard next season they're going snipe hunting! Dingleberry was said to wear a size 14 shoe size but I think its more like a size 12 & 2 inch toenails.

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  38. Please DO NOT RENEW THIS STUPID SHOW... THERE IS NO PERSON IN THE UNITED STATES THAT CAN POSSIBLY THINK THIS SHOW IS REAL

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  39. My God!!! Lots of great comments and replies. Im an Ozarks hillbilly and have hunted and trapped most my life. My 22 yr old daughter can track and hunt better than any of those guys.
    Running around in the woods yelling and shining lights all around and leaving human scent all over the place. Hell no wonder they cant catch anything. Havent seen anyone " track" anything. Set a trap leave it and check it next day. You dont chase things into.
    And your not gonna put a 350-900 pound beast down with just a 12 guage shotgun unless maybe your using slugs. Ive seen those idiots shoot at just hearing a noise. Thats good gun safety....NOT!!!
    Anyway I just wanted to voice my aggravation at such a stupid show.

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    1. Half of the foregoing comments make the point that this show must be fake, because the hillbilly dudes never fire their guns and some of the bloggers even go on to suggest that the guns are either not loaded or are actually disabled. Meanwhile, you insist that the show must be fake because you've seen "those idiots shoot at just hearing a noise". Which is it? Is it fake because they never shoot at anything or because they shoot at everything, even noises?

      Similarly, there are folks on here who insist the show must be fake because "monsters never leave perfect tracks", an assertion which leaves me wondering just how many "monsters" that particular blogger has personally tracked. It must be a lot to make such an all inclusive statement about what "monsters never" do (the closest which I, personally, have ever come to tracking a "monster" was when I followed my 6th fiancee' down a snowy sidewalk, so I don't personally feel qualified to comment on monstrous "track perfection"). Now, if you want to talk about tracking lore, such as the analysis of deposition ridges or the interpretation of print compression patterns or of dishing and disk fractures within the print, that's fine. I'm all ears (eyes?). Dismissing the show on the basis of blanket assertions seemingly based on one's own "monster tracking experience" strikes me as being worse than any absurdity offered up by this show.

      Ditto the individual, supra., who dismisses the show because these guys are never shown "drinking water or making a campfire". In truth, I've never seen the President taking a leak or scratching his privy parts on TV, either, but that doesn't mean that he's not real or that the Government doesn't exist.

      That is not to defend the show - clearly (as I've commented, infra.), a lot of what is shown consists of reenactments. It's not "real time" and events are necessarily compressed to fit the show's hour length and for dramatic effect. I also don't know (and neither do the other writers on here) if these guys did any follow-up (print casting, etc.) or if these "sightings" occurred on the first day or the seventy-first day in any particular locale. Some of what I've seen strikes me as entirely bogus and some, well, some of it I found intriguing enough to wonder about the potential reality of whatever it is/was they are/were chasing. I merely want to point out that a lot of the pontificating on here appears to have no more basis in reality than anything presented on the show.

      I DO, however, agree with you on hunting a "350-900 pound beast with... a 12 guage (sic - 'gauge') shotgun" (I think it was the "Lizard Man" episode in which "Trapper" tells "Buck" to make sure he has "double O buck" in his weapon - for a 900 lb. man-gator? WTF? I hope "Buck" at least had a Desert Eagle chambered for 44 Mag as back-up... ). On the other hand, at least these guys (with the exception of that yahoo, "Wild Bill") have firearms with them. How seriously am I supposed to take the likes of Josh Gates ("Destination Truth"), who goes after man-eating monsters with nothing more than a camera? If I actually believed, for instance, that I was diving into water inhabited by some killer fish-thingie, I'd at least want a bang-stick with me, but ole Josh just jumps right in...

      Accept the show as entertainment and allow that there might be a fillip of truth to some of what they show/assert, and have fun with it. And if you really want to find out if there IS a "Wolfman of Wolf County, Kentucky", well, then, just shove a kid goat under your arm and plan on a couple days of camping in the woods, then tell us about your experience.

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  40. Just another attempt at joining the hillbilly ratings bandwagon. So fake its obvious. I'd rather see their real lives than this act. :/

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  41. The first episode I saw (Grassman), I was intrigued. I must admit I am a big fan of the idea of bigfoot, and the show was pretty intense, if not a little overly melodramatic. If that was the only show they ever did, I might actually believe they lucked into some of the coolest bigfoot evidence ever caught on video. In three seasons of Finding Bigfoot, that crew has never seen as many tracks or come as close as the Hillbillies in this show did in one episode. However, after seeing two more episodes with virtually the exact same plot line and result (a near miss and a fuzzy image on camera), I am totally convinced this show is a total fake. It's a shame because shows like this put all other seemingly "legitimate" documentaries--Monster Quest, Finding Bigfoot, etc--in a bad light. Also, if this was really legitimate, wouldn't these guys and their producers be screaming in defense of the show in response to the overwhelming number of naysayers? I think their silence on this matter says it all.

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  42. These losers killed some piglets for this stupid show on Wompus beasts. Cancel this crap.

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  43. It pisses me off all the neg crap being said. You guys would never have the balls to do what mountain monster men do. Till you show me proof its fake I will be their number 1 fan.

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    1. Want proof? Look at the fake-ass tracks.... Do monsters have perfectly formed & flat feet? I mean damn the side walls of the tracks of the "monsters" oppose the floors of the tracks at a perfect 90 degree angle. Nothing will leave a track like that other than plywood. Other than the area in OH i've been in and out of all the areas they have been too (I live/am from Pike Co.) and I've never even heard of this crap they are talking about. I asked around & no one I know in Perry or Logan Co. has either. Want more proof? All the coyotes killed by the devil dogs were lane neatly on a bed of undisturbed dry leaves.. nothing disheveled or askew. You can't believe every thing you hear on TV. But.... if you do... Destination America told me this dog turd I found was worth $1000 but I'll sell it to you for $100.

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    2. Well, ya' know, I used to own some hunting property in Perry County (sold it because the military killed my taste for blood sports) and I DO remember that there supposedly was some kind of critter running around those parts, tho' I don't recall the "Grassman" name. I also used to stay at a friend's cabin in Central Michigan, where they had their own version of "Bigfoot" as well as "The Michigan Monster" (some kind of werewolf). I lived in Missouri, too, and well remember things such as "The Fowke Monster" (btw, "The Legend of Boggy Creek" was a great date movie - mine clung to me like a leech and wouldn't let me go home afterward). Now I live in the shadow of the Trinities and Siskiyous in the home range of the "Sasquatch" and I've tramped not only the western spine of N. America and the Appalachian Mountains, but also the Amazon and Yucatan jungles as well as the Argentine pampas, each of which has similar legends. It seems to be a rather ubiquitous bit of folklore - Jungian "racial memory"? Who knows? For all my time in the woods, I've never encountered one or seen its spoor or heard its call (most of what is claimed to be "Sasquatch" vocalizations that I've heard are actually elk - God, they make some weird noises...). However, I also appreciate just how BIG - and often empty - this world is, even Perry County, Ohio. I could probably hide whole tribes of these things amidst the SE Ohio foothills and, compared to where I live now, it's practically urban. So who's to say? Enjoy the mystery and don't get too wrapped up in it all.

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  44. Firstly, I live in the heart of "Sasquatch country", not all that far from where the "Patterson film" was reportedly taken, despite which I've never seen a Bigfoot or any sign of one, even with plenty of time in the woods. I've tracked my whole life (but don't hunt - my military service satisfied any residual bloodlust I had) and I've seen, in the wild, every known large animal the Pac NW (as well as the eastern forests) has to offer. I also know that even the largest animals can make themselves virtually invisible if they want (I've been within 10' of a cougar, whose tracks were so fresh the moisture was only beginning to seep back in, and I couldn't spot him, even tho' I could smell the rank stink of him and I've watched elk as big as a Bactrian camel glide silently and virtually invisibly through brush so thick that Olive Oyl couldn't negotiate it). Consequently, I've found a number of the more disparaging comments on here rather ill-informed. That said, clearly, much of this show is "filmed recreation" (e.g., the group is shown supposedly racing toward the trapped "Wampus Beast", by a cameraman IN FRONT of them - gee, why didn't HE just go film it, if he was already so close to it?). The question is, is any of it real, no matter how spliced it may be with staged material? And that's where I have to reserve judgment. I've seen a few things on the show that, frankly, gave me some pause, despite my general skepticism, with the result that I'm now a bit more willing to admit the possibility of a "Wampus Beast" or a "Demon Dog", at least if I assume that those portions of the show I found personally compelling are real. Put simply, I don't mind the producers "recreating" the discovery of some tracks so long as the tracks shown are actually real. I don't mind the producers staging a re-enactment of the discovery of the torn net (in the "Wampus Beast episode") if there really was a sprung and shredded trap. Unfortunately, there's nothing to tell you what is staged (and much obviously is) from what is genuine (if any of it is). As far as the untrimmed toenails and protuberant panniculi and ZZ Top beards are concerned, well, heck, these guys don't look any different than half the true mountain men I've known. I'm a lot more skeptical about "monster hunters" who go off looking for giant ape men and 500 lb. killer cats while armed with nothing more lethal than a camera and a tape recorder. Let's just say the guns these guys carry give the show a bit of verisimilitude most of the other such shows lack. By the same token, I have to wonder why these guys are so relatively inadequately equipped. I can get a top quality night vision scope for <$2K (and a basic one for $130) and an excellent FLIR for $2K-$4K. I can also get an 18,000,000 candle power light for <$60 and a handheld 100K candle power one for <$30, yet these guys are hunting with a single FLIR unit and a handful of flashlights (and nobody has even a camera phone)? All in all, in short, I find this show a real mixed bag. Perhaps the producers can remedy that with a change in format - a little less drama and a bit more authenticity (and some on screen labels to distinguish the two).

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    1. The end of the show tells you it is fake. You served our country? Thank you for you're service. If you call the show a "mix bag" you sir are extremely gullible. The show is 100% fake period. Anyone that has any doubt is has no credibility. If ANY of these creatures were true we would see them before the show ever airs on television. We are talking about discoveries of a lifetime. They are ill prepared because the show is 100% False, Fake , false and is intended to be. Read the end of the show. Fake Fake Fake. How can they come to a different state and find said monster on evryshow, when people have lived there the whole life and have Zero documentation? Four stores can find an animal that science has yet to discover in 300 plus years of living in this land. Oh they caught a devil dog and we never see it. They take no DNA to give to science or any biologist to document. Yea that sounds real. Real Fake. Patterson film was on thing. Taken in 1967 the creature/bigfoot had breasts. These guys are a joke. They have knowledge about tracking and hunting but No knowledge in cryptography. I question there hunt with all the noise they make and zero shots fired.

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    2. Thanks for the thanks, Jason, but here's the reality for me: I accept that much of this is "re-enacted" and much edited for "dramatic content" and the whole "Mothman" episode almost turned me off, because that was some seriously doctored BS. HOWEVER, SOME of the stuff on these shows IS actually compelling, assuming it's not all doctored footage and CG effects and "imported" noises and growls. Beyond that, I'm particularly put out by the plethora of ill-informed and contradictory criticism on here: e.g., "it's fake because these hillbillies shoot at everything" vs. "it's fake because they never shoot at anything" (which is it, guys?); "it's fake because the dead coyotes (in the "Devil Dog" segment) were neatly arranged with no sign of struggle (yet I've rewatched it several times and that simply isn't true, the coyotes were ripped up and spread around and the ground was wildly disturbed - plus, the sound of those coyotes dying was, well, compelling - I've heard that noise); or "it's fake because the goat (in the "Wolfman" show) showed no signs of fear in front of the creature" (again, any review of the show suggests that the goat was reacting to something that had it alarmed), etc., etc. When you have to make up reasons to disbelieve, well, let's just say that is a bit of a "negative pregnant".

      Here's what I know, from watching the first show of the 2nd Season - the guy who took those videophone pics of the "Demon Hound" moving around his pump house was scared and concerned. Either he really did see - and film - that thing and was reacting accordingly or he's a helluva lot better actor than he has any right to be. AND, here's the thing, the animal shown was, frankly, weird. NOT a dog or wolf or bear or boar or coyote, BUT it WAS almost instantly recognizable to anyone trained in paleontology. I stared at that thing, esp. the legs and how it moved, and it was like looking 23 Million years into the past - at a Hyaenodon (something I confirmed by pulling out several of my biology/paleobiology books on early mammals). Moreover, everything about the beast just said "Hyaenodon" - the mane, the color, the way it hunted, the shape - even the habitat. If these "good old boys" were a-fakin' that, then they came up with a pretty damn convincing fake version of an esoteric beast and located him in one of the few areas where Hyaenodon survival post-Oligocene MIGHT have occurred.

      So, "blind belief"? No. But reflexive skepticism is just as bad as non-reflexive credulity. Too much about that "Demon Hound

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  45. You guys crack me up haha. These comments are gold. LoL

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  46. There is no hope for humanity. These comments with people unsure of the validity of this show is depressing. Just plain stupid. Nothing is ever trapped read the credits at the end. If you get to the end and still questions if it is real then I feel bad for you. I can't wait until a shot is fired and the camera man drops. To the comment about that the members of the show don't know they are being tricked is absurd. This blog is pointless. I do find cryptography entertaining but this is just a smack in the face to the field of study. If you are actually in a position to discover a new species you will not (A) make so much noise (B) leave the Next day after one night of investigation or (C) Not make a cast of any tracks and make haphazard traps which never work and are failed my design. Or shit setup some trail cams and dig in for a long investigation. But every show they find said creature but gets away and are never seen by the public. Give me an infrared camera and I'll have you people seeing leprechauns and unicorns. Tisk tisk

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  47. Dang we missed him but look at the track. Oh well I guess he went to another state. He is not our problem now.

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  48. The got s picture of Grass man aka bigfoot in one night. People spend their lives and money to get a picture and never do. Why is this? Half man half lizard. Not possible unless you believe in the illuminate.

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  49. For any of these to exist you need a Large breeding population. Why no bones or carcasses? Don't say they All bury their dead. I don't care what kind of dog it is they do not hurry there dead. Also know higher intelligence because they wouldn't just live in unpopulated areas something would be seen and properly documented.

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  50. Of I had a picture I would sell not call these "trappers". Why are they called is because No One else will waste their time with the fake doctored blurry photos. They will jump on anything. Give me a fair camera and I will be on the next episode.

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  51. I wonder what animal control did with the devil dogs?

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  52. I've never read as much crap from a bunch of couch monkeys than I've read here. Sure, this show is definitely enhanced, but comments about why Bigfoot photos always being blurry, and this show as fake as Finding Bigfoot is ridiculous. And if you will notice, 99% of these a#*holes writing these comments identify themselves as "Anonymous". If you're gonna write all of this crap and talk down to people that are at least going out in the woods and trying to find these animals, at least have balls enough to tell people who you are. Are you scared of something? What needs to happen is to have you clowns be taken behind the barn by one of these guys and be taught a little respect. I'd love to help them do it. Grow a pair people!!!!!

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  53. Here is a few facts that episode 2 got wrong largest foot is not 15" its actually 18" either way very large ... then look at that trail cam footage ,and compare to the footage where the guy holds up the flashlight to estimate size of the creature , but notice that the pile, tree's surrounding the pile and including the log to the right of the frame (which is present in the trail cam footage is missing from the reenactment footage ) now I have to admit they had me with the deer stand footage , I watched it closely and the creature looked very huge in comparison ... no doubt , it made me think ,and had me ,,but the trail cam footage made me see Hoax , as both the trail cam beast picture and the reenactment footage of the hillbilly showing an estimate of height/size should have had quite similar layout of the brush pile and branches , tree's logs etc , but they are vastly different ... then through in the excavation footage with the supposed creature watching from behind the tree's on the top of the hill screams hoax ....or well another fake reality show ..but they do bring in ratings and make money ... I wished they would just tell us its all staged it still would make for an entertaining finding bigfoot meets the Beverly hillbilly's show .....but the sad thing is I have family from west Virginia and it paints them all is back wards hillbilly's and they are good people ... anyhow the first episode with the devil dogs .... all they did was throw a few dogs in a trap ..those were hounds ... and the supposed footage of the devil dog ,looked a lot like a large Rottweiler running threw the woods... The dead coyotes should have been the sad ,sad , give away , there was no blood , but some one had to kill them and stage them...all for a show ... is the show real /fake ??? for the sake of the dead coyotes would hope there was some truth for it ... but feel the whole thing is staged ... plus one watching these shows ,much like the finding bigfoot show , another fake show , has to keep in mind when they enter these tight areas or are supposedly in the middle of the woods by themselves searching to find a shy elusive creature , are not alone ... they have whole camera and sound crews with them , same as ghost hunters ... and they always seem to be able to quickly capture the reactions of both creature and hunters ... the plot thickens ...but also takes away from the evidence real sincere people find , and encounters again that real people experience ,making us all seem like fools ....I speak from personal experience as one frigid winter afternoon walking my dogs I noticed some odd footprints in a field , These 22 " by 14" wide tracks that walked in a near straight line and 32" stride length in waste deep snow dwarfed my size 11 boots which measured about 14" long by around 8 1/2" wide with my whooping 12" stride length .... is there something out there ? I don't know but I am rethinking it now I can tell you ...I have compared the track pictures to ,moose , cougar, and even wolves nothing seems to match it ...so to me the real power of these shows much like life isn't whether they are fact or fake but more of a question of rather you believe or not .... because if you do you know the truth if not it wont matter

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  54. Here is a few facts that episode 2 got wrong largest foot is not 15" its actually 18" either way very large ... then look at that trail cam footage ,and compare to the footage where the guy holds up the flashlight to estimate size of the creature , but notice that the pile, tree's surrounding the pile and including the log to the right of the frame (which is present in the trail cam footage is missing from the reenactment footage ) now I have to admit they had me with the deer stand footage , I watched it closely and the creature looked very huge in comparison ... no doubt , it made me think ,and had me ,,but the trail cam footage made me see Hoax , as both the trail cam beast picture and the reenactment footage of the hillbilly showing an estimate of height/size should have had quite similar layout of the brush pile and branches , tree's logs etc , but they are vastly different ... then through in the excavation footage with the supposed creature watching from behind the tree's on the top of the hill screams hoax ....or well another fake reality show ..but they do bring in ratings and make money ... I wished they would just tell us its all staged it still would make for an entertaining finding bigfoot meets the Beverly hillbilly's show .....but the sad thing is I have family from west Virginia and it paints them all is back wards hillbilly's and they are good people ... anyhow the first episode with the devil dogs .... all they did was throw a few dogs in a trap ..those were hounds ... and the supposed footage of the devil dog ,looked a lot like a large Rottweiler running threw the woods... The dead coyotes should have been the sad ,sad , give away , there was no blood , but some one had to kill them and stage them...all for a show ... is the show real /fake ??? for the sake of the dead coyotes would hope there was some truth for it ... but feel the whole thing is staged ... plus one watching these shows ,much like the finding bigfoot show , another fake show , has to keep in mind when they enter these tight areas or are supposedly in the middle of the woods by themselves searching to find a shy elusive creature , are not alone ... they have whole camera and sound crews with them , same as ghost hunters ... and they always seem to be able to quickly capture the reactions of both creature and hunters ... the plot thickens ...but also takes away from the evidence real sincere people find , and encounters again that real people experience ,making us all seem like fools ....I speak from personal experience as one frigid winter afternoon walking my dogs I noticed some odd footprints in a field , These 22 " by 14" wide tracks that walked in a near straight line and 32" stride length in waste deep snow dwarfed my size 11 boots which measured about 14" long by around 8 1/2" wide with my whooping 12" stride length .... is there something out there ? I don't know but I am rethinking it now I can tell you ...I have compared the track pictures to ,moose , cougar, and even wolves nothing seems to match it ...so to me the real power of these shows much like life isn't whether they are fact or fake but more of a question of rather you believe or not .... because if you do you know the truth if not it wont matter

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  55. If you have any common sense, surely, truely, for the love of God people you have got to know it is FAKE!!!!!! I like the toenails comment also.

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  56. Not sure what episode it was but does anyone remember the guy with his trigger finger on the actual trigger while he is talking to the camera, i just thought to myself, thank god for the prop guns.

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  57. I hate how they act like it is all real like Tracker or Trapper whatever his name is how in the Mothman episode he says "don't look at those damned eyes" as if it is all an everyday routine thing that they are doing. FAKE FAKE FAKE!!! Oh if you look closely at that picture of the Grassman standing behind that brush pile everything around it is in focus but the monster is all blurry and take a look at its face it looks like it has a hotdog for a nose hahaha!!!

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  58. With gun totting hillbillies running around in the mountains I will never go to the mountains again for fun, I can watch it all on TV and save a lot

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  59. I've been hunting Bigfoot since 1978. had my first contact in the gaudalupe Mountains of New Mexico, second years later10 to 15 miles east of Portland Oregon along the Clackamas River. it surprised me and my camp one night. sitting up in a tree so I can get a good look at the river. I fell asleep. woke up to find it right underneath me ripping my meat locker apart. after he ate I watched him walk down to the river washes hands and leave. believe me it was no bear, not a man in a suit, I've never been back in the woods since. when you witness the size and power of this thing you realize just how puny we are. that was in 1998. enough said.

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  60. okay one more thing these guys walk around with flashlight on their heads, hollering and screaming and making all kinds of racket, these creatures have great eyes site and great hearing. the first time fat boy fell down that creature with a high tailed it. went hunting prey you must be extremely stealthy. so take this show for what it really is Entertainment.

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  61. How many of the people commenting here have ever been out in the dark in these remote areas. It is a whole different world. If we only believe in things that are black and white and ordinary, what a dull life. I would love to go with them.

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  62. I can't vouch for the other episodes, but the Hell Hound 2 episode in Pike County Kentucky was filmed on my fathers property. The property was not the one where they built the cage, but it was beside that property. At least one segment was. They did edit it as if it was all one property, but it was several. At least that one segment was. One thing you have to remember is that there are more people going along on their night hunts than you see. Of course you know there is camera man, but there are a few other crew members and such that go along that are not filmed. Being my father's property, I got to go along. I was behind them several yards, but I tagged along. Now, they do add sound effects and noise to make it more dramatic and they do add "animal" sounds to bring the creature to life. But I can say that there was no fakery done as far as what we were tracking. I mean, I can't honestly say that it was the Hell Hound, but we were following something. Or, I should say, they were following some kind of animal. Maybe they jump the gun saying that it was the Hell Hound and not rule out other normal animals. But, the night hunts are as real as they are shown. At least it was they night I was with them. They are not as hillbilly as they seem on tv. Also, I think the one reason I was not interviewed, other than never seeing the Hell Hound, was that I did not have a beard or look hillbilly enough. I don't know. Perhaps I could say the show is 50/50. Half fake and half real. As I said, the night investigations are real. I mean if they hear something they do react as what you see on the show. But, I don't think they investigate it enough to rule out other animals. I heard sounds that night, but I honestly don't know what they were. I'm not hunter. But, I think they are real investigators.

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  63. What was in the cage at the end of the show. They never showed it. They caught the hell hounds but didn't show it.

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    1. Of course they didn't show it,iF those idiots caught anything at ALL it was a feral dog.Those morons couldn't catch their own ass with both hands

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  64. its fake and justified like most TV, it is entertainment. if the show is real why not use better weapons, tactics maybe scent block? like most people its funny as hell watching a bunch of bumbling idiots run through the woods with sticks. (they would kill each other if they actually used real shotguns) they are yelling and making all kind of noise driving wheelers around. when I hunt if I make noise I don't see anything for hours. I do have to say there are scary things in the woods and if you want to see the real monsters go out there and look.

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  65. If you have the stomach to sit through an episode of this total waste of time, you NEED to get priorities in your life in order. To start with,there are laws on the books that protect humanoids,so these ignorant WV jerks running around the woods with guns looking to shoot "wolfman" "Bigfoot" or what ever, IT'S BULL S--- to start with the lard a-- doesn't have the stamina to be doing much more than eating a Big Mac or two or three.as for professional hunters JEEZ..... What did they ever hunt? Squirrels ? Like I said SMARTIN' UP MORONS ! Total waste of TV time. If I had to guess most of the audience didnt graduate even high school,lives in a transient trailer park, collects some sort of government check and drives a rusted pick up truck with mud grip tires.

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    1. if you think there's a wolf man out there in them woods in the year 2014 let alone a hundred years ago put the Kentucky mash down now and get you some help

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  66. if you people really think there's a wolf man out there in them woods in the Year 2014 let a loan 100 years ago you need to put the Kentucky mash down and get your head checked

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