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Destination America is having a mystery show marathon today. Earlier & now there were shows about the Bermuda Triangle, Jack the Ripper, and hauntings. Starting at 6 p.m. tonight is a Killing Bigfoot marathon leading up to a new episode.

6 p.m. - "Killing Bigfoot"

"Gulf Coast Bigfoot Research Organization (GCBRO) founders Bobby Hamilton and Jim Lansdale lead a team of commandos on a mission to find and kill a bigfoot in order to prove its existence to science and to protect the public from a future attack."
7 p.m. - "Monkey Business"

 "The GCBRO responds to possible sightings of a dead Bigfoot on the side of a road and terrifying devil-monkeys in the woods. At a Bigfoot gathering controversy erupts over whether to kill a Bigfoot or not. Later at night, a chase through the forest."
8 p.m. - "Bayou Bigfoot"

"The GCBRO investigates a frightening Bigfoot encounter on a family's large farm in the swampy Sabine River area. The hunters have a run-in with their old teammate-turned-rival Dr. Web Sentell, a neuro-psychologist and Bigfoot no-kill advocate."

9 p.m. - "New Recruits"

"With new Bigfoot cases coming in every day, the GCBRO needs new hunters to keep up with the demand. A biker reveals a face-to-face encounter with Bigfoot deep in the woods. The process of selecting new members culminates in a series of challenging tests."
10 p.m. - "Anna Get Your Gun"

"Bobby and Brandi bring the GCBRO to help out a lady whose home and pets have been attacked by Bigfoot and she's taken some shots at the creature. A nearby eyewitness leads the team to possible Sasquatch nests. The hunt reveals  some frightening encounters."

Then some episodes repeat.

So I guess this week is episode 4 of the series of Killing Bigfoot, and I still haven't watched any of them. A friend has said, though, that it's basically just like Mountain Monsters but really bad. I might watch one episode sometime to see just how bad it is!
 
 

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