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Christmas Marathon MonsterQuest

Posted by: Loren Coleman on December 25th, 2007

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Monica Rawlins is one of the all-female Bigfoot expedition members spotlighted on MonsterQuest.

It appears the History Channel has decided they have a winner on their hands. Beginning on Tuesday, Christmas night, USA, the History Channel will be re-broadcasting several popular episodes of MonsterQuest through the wee hours of December 26, 2007. On Wednesday night, their regularly broadcast new episode will be screened.

All times below are given per the Eastern Time Zone, as listed on the History Channel site. Check your own local listings for local times and breaking Sasquatch news that might interrupt these broadcasts.

MonsterQuest : Bigfoot Airs on Tuesday December 25 08:00 PM

Bigfoot has been sighted in Washington State more than any other place on earth. Join an all-female expedition as they try to lure a Bigfoot within range of their cameras. The 1967 Patterson footage will be reexamined using digital microscopes that could reveal details that might prove if the beast is real or a hoax. One-part history, one-part science and one part monsters, discover the truth behind legendary monsters.

MonsterQuest : Mutant Canines Airs on Tuesday December 25 09:00 PM

Something strange is killing Fido. In 2006, a number of pets were killed in Maine and Minnesota by a beast locals describe as a mutant–one of these creatures was hit by a car. The body of this strange looking creature will be DNA tested to see what it really is. Two expeditions will be launched to trap other dog killers still at large. One-part history, one-part science and one part monster, discover the truth behind legendary monsters.

MonsterQuest : Lions in the Backyard Airs on Tuesday December 25 10:00 PM

Mountain lions do occasionally attack humans, and when they do it makes headlines across the country. However, it has been reported that people are seeing something else–attacks by large black cats. Pictures and law enforcement encounters prove a big black cat is out there, while it resembles a mountain lion, there is no such thing as a black mountain lion. From Texas to Minnesota to West Virginia, follow the eyewitness accounts and physical evidence of these demon cats. Bones from a carcass that eyewitnesses claim was a huge black cat will be put to the DNA test. One-part history, one-part science and one part monsters discover the truth behind legendary monsters.

MonsterQuest : Gigantic Killer Fish Airs on Tuesday December 25 11:00 PM

Are monster fish lurking in freshwater lakes and rivers? From the Arctic Circle to the Amazon, follow an expedition to find the biggest and nastiest giant fresh water fish, from catfish large enough to swallow children whole to trout as large as a boat. Scientists will deploy giant lures and underwater cameras in a search for monster fish. One-part history, one-part science and one part monster, discover the truth behind legendary monsters.

MonsterQuest : Bigfoot Airs on Wednesday December 26 12:00 AM

Bigfoot has been sighted in Washington State more than any other place on earth. Join an all-female expedition as they try to lure a Bigfoot within range of their cameras. The 1967 Patterson footage will be reexamined using digital microscopes that could reveal details that might prove if the beast is real or a hoax. One-part history, one-part science and one part monsters, discover the truth behind legendary monsters.

MonsterQuest : Mutant Canines Airs on Wednesday December 26 01:00 AM

Something strange is killing Fido. In 2006, a number of pets were killed in Maine and Minnesota by a beast locals describe as a mutant–one of these creatures was hit by a car. The body of this strange looking creature will be DNA tested to see what it really is. Two expeditions will be launched to trap other dog killers still at large. One-part history, one-part science and one part monster, discover the truth behind legendary monsters.

MonsterQuest : Lions in the Backyard Airs on Wednesday December 26 02:00 AM

Mountain lions do occasionally attack humans, and when they do it makes headlines across the country. However, it has been reported that people are seeing something else–attacks by large black cats. Pictures and law enforcement encounters prove a big black cat is out there, while it resembles a mountain lion, there is no such thing as a black mountain lion. From Texas to Minnesota to West Virginia, follow the eyewitness accounts and physical evidence of these demon cats. Bones from a carcass that eyewitnesses claim was a huge black cat will be put to the DNA test. One-part history, one-part science and one part monsters discover the truth behind legendary monsters.

New episode…

Swamp Beast – The vast swamps of Louisiana and Florida hide many animals…including a beast locals call The Swamp Creature. At 7 ft tall, with red hair, and a rotten egg smell this beast has been nicknamed The Skunk Ape. For the first time, bloodhounds will be used to track the elusive creature. And sexual ape pheromone chips will be used to guide the bloodhounds to their prey.

Wednesday December 26th at 10PM

[This episode features three members of the TBRC: Scott Kessler, Lonny
Rabalais and Becky Elkins.]

About Loren Coleman
Loren Coleman is one of the world’s leading cryptozoologists, some say “the” leading. Certainly, he is acknowledged as the current living American researcher and writer who has most popularized cryptozoology in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Starting his fieldwork and investigations in 1960, after traveling and trekking extensively in pursuit of cryptozoological mysteries, Coleman began writing to share his experiences in 1969. An honorary member of Ivan T. Sanderson’s Society for the Investigation of the Unexplained in the 1970s, Coleman has been bestowed with similar honorary memberships of the North Idaho College Cryptozoology Club in 1983, and in subsequent years, that of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club, CryptoSafari International, and other international organizations. He was also a Life Member and Benefactor of the International Society of Cryptozoology (now-defunct). Loren Coleman’s daily blog, as a member of the Cryptomundo Team, served as an ongoing avenue of communication for the ever-growing body of cryptozoo news from 2005 through 2013.


11 Responses to “Christmas Marathon MonsterQuest”

  1. glendoor42 responds:

    From the picture there, Mr. Coleman I thought for a moment that you had vastly improved your appearance. Merry Christmas and thanks for your hard work.

  2. voodoochild responds:

    Thanx for the heads up, Loren.

  3. Ceroill responds:

    I’d seen the ads but thanks for the schedule. Merry Christmas, and a joyous winter celebration to all!

  4. sausage1 responds:

    What a very attractive as well as brave young person! The History Channel in the UK isn’t showing these programmes, what a bummer.

    Loren, fellow bloggers, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, and thanks for all the fun and interest you have given me this year.

  5. DWA responds:

    Why do they never do the disclaimer? Sounds like at least one of these expeditions could use one:

    “These people either (a) don’t know what they are doing or (b) will not spend enough time in the field to confirm anything. Any lack of evidence obtained should be viewed as, well, expected.”

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.

  6. KurtB responds:

    Fantastic series. Looking forward to the 2nd season!

  7. Ceroill responds:

    Finally got to see the ones I’d missed- the big cat episode and the second bigfoot episode. So far I’m reasonably pleased with the series.

  8. Rappy responds:

    I saw tonight’s episode, and I hate to say it, but I was less than impressed with the people traipsing in my home state. The Bloodhound mark seemed a random shot in the dark, and they seemed to not even think about cover scents to keep the Big Fellows from being startled. Also, Skunk Ape in Louisiana? I have never heard that name in use outside of Florida. Otherwise, all of them were alright.

  9. gridbug responds:

    I caught the Skunk Ape episode last night as well, and for me it was the most entertaining of the lot thus far, probably because of the corollary to the Fouke Monster/Boggy Creek legend that grabbed hold of me when I was a kid (still does, in fact). The recreations were pretty good in this one as well, especially the “kid in the tent” thing and the guy with the spiked orange juice in the dumpster, though to my dismay my satellite hiccupped right in the middle of his re-enactment, preventing me from seeing the payoff!

    Kudos to MonsterQuest for continuing their “more hit than miss” streak of keeping us cryptofans fully engaged! :D

  10. DARHOP responds:

    I also watched last nights show. Well part of it any way. I did see the dumpster part. It was near a mall I believe. And this guy did his re-enactment of what happened. He put his spiked juice in the dumpster and waited. He said he dozed off. And then he was awoke. He stood up from the side of the dumpster and there was a Bigun. I don’t remember if the Bigun was in the dumpster or outside the dumpster. All I remember was the guy saying he pulled his pistol and fired at the Bigun. He said he missed.

    Again I say, “no wonder they don’t don’t like humans.” This guy fired, he was so startled, and the animal wasn’t even threatening him.

  11. Ceroill responds:

    I saw the latest one last night. The one on the Russian Ape Men Super Soldier project. Ok, it was interesting. But was it really appropriate? Only insomuch as it can be tangentially linked to the Almas, which they did a bit. What was the verdict? Yes, Stalin did have such an idea, for a fairly brief time before he got into his ‘kill everyone left over from before my takeover’ phase. So much for the frustrated scientist who was not having any success anyway.

    I also found it interesting that while covering the basic topic of human/ape hybrids they left out any mention of Oliver, who was once thought perhaps to be such.



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