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Monstro Bizarro: ‘Finding Bigfoot’ Halloween Special

on October 25, 2011 | 1 Comment

The popular show Finding Bigfoot, which debuted this summer on Animal Planet, will be back for a special Halloween episode which airs Sunday, October 30, 9pm eastern time.

According to an Animal Planet:

This fall, the Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) team from Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot trudges deep into California’s Redwood National Forest to investigate one of the most infamous and disputed pieces of Bigfoot evidence ever — the Patterson-Gimlin footage.

Premiering Sunday, October 30, at 9 PM (ET/PT), the two-hour special FINDING BIGFOOT: BIRTH OF A LEGEND takes viewers to the site where the notorious footage was captured to investigate the elusive beast’s existence and settle the more than 50-year-old debate originated by the tape.

Outfitted with the latest technology, including night-vision and infrared cameras, the BFRO team also scours the Redwoods to uncover additional evidence of the presence of Sasquatch. With more Bigfoot signals discovered in the Redwoods than anywhere else in North America, each broken branch or peculiar noise could mean a Squatch is lurking nearby.

For more info, visit the official page:
http://animal.discovery.com/tv/finding-bigfoot/bigfoot-halloween-special.html

Finding Bigfoot cast (courtesy of Animal Planet)

If you read my feature “Bigfoot vs. The People” in Rue Morgue issue #113, then you know something about the ongoing controversy surrounding this infamous film footage.  It will be interesting to see what new perspectives the Finding Bigfoot team will bring to the debate.

HAVE A MONSTRO DAY!

Tags: Animal Planet, BFRO, Bigfoot, Finding Bigfoot, Halloween, Legend of Bigfoot, Patterson-Gimlin Film, Sasquatch

Responses to Monstro Bizarro: ‘Finding Bigfoot’ Halloween Special

  1. Wendy says:

    Looking forward to this! I love me some Bigfoot documentaries!

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