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Willow Creek and Two New Finding Bigfoots on Animal Planet Tonight!



Two new episodes of Finding Bigfoot will be on Animal Planet at 9 and 10 PM for the season finale. In the first episode, the team will be in Texas searching in an area after they see tracks they believe we're made by a baby bigfoot. In the second episode they are investigating in New York.

Afterwards, at 11 PM, Animal Planet will be airing the Bigfoot movie Willow Creek. It is a found-footage type movie directed by Bobcat Goldthwait (who once appeared on Finding Bigfoot, too.)

Here's the episode description for the new Finding Bigfoot's:

"The Best Little Bigfoot in Texas - The team returns to the Lone Star State to investigate new evidence of a Bigfoot trackway. Confident a juvenile Bigfoot made the tracks, they serve up a true Texas BBQ, fix in' to prove juvenile sasquatches are messing with Texas."

"Bigfoot State of Mind - The team traverses the Adirondacks of New York to investigate Whitehall where an area bigfoot expert recounts historic sightings and reveals recent reports. The team enlists the help of local police, hoping the men in blue can catch a fugitive bigfoot."

Here's the description for Willow Creek:

"A man (Bryce Johnson) and his girlfriend (Alexie Gilmore) camp in the woods to capture firsthand evidence of Bigfoot."

I've never seen the movie before, but, as it is a Bigfoot movie, I imagine things won't go to well for the two campers! It does seem to be pretty good though, it actually has four and a half stars on Rotten Tomatoes (and a movie that actually gets more than three or four stars is very rare!)

Don't miss Finding Bigfoot and Willow Creek, tonight on Animal Planet, starting at 9.

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