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Mountain Monsters "Bigfoot of Harrison County: Stonish Giant"

Mountain Monsters: Bigfoot Edition returns to Destination America tonight at 10. For the season premiere, the team is traveling to Ohio.

Tonight's episode is "Bigfoot of Harrison County: Stonish Giant." The episode description from Destination America is below:

"Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings travel to Harrison County, Ohio to investigate 'The Stonish Giant,' a Bigfoot that Native American folklore says has a coat of fur so thick that it cannot be pierced by arrows."

And, here's a longer description of the episode from Cryptomundo:

"AIMS resumes their epic quest to prove the existence of bigfoot in Appalachia as they head north to Harrison County, Ohio, after a legendary bigfoot known as the Stonish Giant. Native American folklore says this bigfoot has a coat of fur so thick that arrows are unable to penetrate it. The team soon learns that a local hunter claims to have shot and injured it with his rifle and the race is on to try to find this wounded beast before it succumbs to its injuries. After the AIMS team's nemesis reemerges during the hunt, one team member has to be rushed to the hospital and is left fighting for his life."

 Mountain Monsters is playing all day leading up to the season premiere.

"Bigfoot of Clay County" is on right now, until 12 PM.

"Werewolf of Webster County" is on from 12 PM to 1 PM.

"Kentucky Hellhound of Pike County" is on from 1 PM to 2 PM.

"Grafton Monster of Taylor County" is on from 2 PM to 3 PM.

"Cave Creature of Greenbrier County" is on from 3 PM to 4 PM.

"Yahoo of Nicholas County" is on from 4 PM to 5 PM.

"Wolfman of Wolfe County" is on from 5 PM to 6 PM.

"Death Cat of Cherokee County" is on from 6 PM to 7 PM.

"Snallygaster of Preston County" is on from 7 PM to 8 PM.

"Grassman's Revengeance" is on from 8 Pm to 10 PM.

The season premiere is on at 10, and episodes continue playing afterward.

Be sure to check out Mountain  Monsters today!

Here's a funny clip to get ready for the new episodes!

Comments

  1. I just watch the episode about the Stonish monster. At the end of the show another team supposedly shot and killed him. If the show is really real then don't you think this other team it would have been all over the news pictures and videos of this Bigfoot that was killed? I'm just wondering if the show is really real? They never actually catch anything, and why don't they use dogs?!? But again my biggest question is where is this Bigfoot that was shot and killed?!

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  2. I just wanted to add, I really do think that there are Bigfoot. So I am not disputing that, I'm just wondering what shows are real and which ones are just fake trying to make money. Thank you!

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  3. Hi Susan,
    To answer your questions about the show, no, this one isn't real. Although I fully believe Bigfoots exist, Mountain Monsters is just entertainment. If someone really did kill a Bigfoot in Ohio, there'd be lots of news about it. And, I doubt a couple of people could move a "1,000 pound, 10 foot tall Stonish Giant."

    I'm not saying don't watch Mountain Monsters (it's entertaining!), but a show like Finding Bigfoot, MonsterQuest, or Monsters and Mysteries in America would be better if you're wanting to learn stuff about Bigfoot.

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  4. Oh, and the Mountain Monsters crew actually have "caught" things before. Once was in the Devil Dog episode when they caught some coyotes whose feet they showed and said were "devil dogs."

    And, in the Hogzilla episode, they "caught" a farmers pig that had notches in its ear.

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