Finding Bigfoot: Upcoming Episode Guide Updated

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 10th, 2011

Cryptomundian Redrose999 asked regarding last Sunday’s episode of Finding Bigfoot: “Fishing for Bigfoot in Oregon”.

Chose sleep over finding Bigfoot last night. Is there a Monday showing?Redrose999

In response, here is the listing of the next two week’s worth of episodes, first run and reruns.

July 10, 6:00 pm “Swamp Ape”
July 10, 7:00 pm “Frozen Bigfoot”
July 10, 10:00 pm “Alaska’s Bigfoot Island”
July 10, 11:00 pm “Alaska’s Bigfoot Island”

July 11, 2:00 am “Frozen Bigfoot”
July 11, 5:00 am “Alaska’s Bigfoot Island”

July 15, 10:00 pm “Alaska’s Bigfoot Island”

July 16, 12:00 am “Alaska’s Bigfoot Island”
July 16, 5:00 am “Alaska’s Bigfoot Island”

July 17, 2:00 pm “Bigfoot Crossing in Georgia”
July 17, 3:00 pm “Alaska’s Bigfoot Island”
July 17, 4:00 pm “Caught on Tape”
July 17, 5:00 pm “Fishing for Bigfoot in Oregon”
July 17, 6:00 pm “Frozen Bigfoot”
July 17, 7:00 pm “Swamp Ape”
July 17, 10:00 pm “Behind the Search”
July 17, 11:00 pm “Behind the Search”

July 18, 2:00 am “Swamp Ape”
July 18, 5:00 am “Behind the Search”

July 22, 6:00 pm “Fishing for Bigfoot in Oregon”
July 22, 7:00 pm “Frozen Bigfoot”
July 22, 10:00 pm “Bigfoot Crossing in Georgia”

July 23, 12:00 am “Bigfoot Crossing in Georgia”
July 23, 2:00 am “Frozen Bigfoot”
July 23, 5:00 am “Bigfoot Crossing in Georgia”

July 24, 7:00 pm “Behind the Search”

July 25, 2:00 am “Behind the Search”

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

14 Responses to “Finding Bigfoot: Upcoming Episode Guide Updated”

  1. Hapa responds:

    Frozen Bigfoot. Wonder if its about the Minnesota Iceman.

  2. Cryptoz responds:

    Thanks to Animal Planet, this show is no more real than Lost Tapes. They should just take the money they put into that show and use it to make more Lost Tapes episodes, maybe to make it less cheesy.

  3. whiteriverfisherman responds:

    I’d rather watch paint dry.

  4. sasquatch responds:

    I bet the show is among Animal Planet’s highest rated.
    The one I find unbearable is Whale Wars.
    I can hang in for about 3.2 minutes then I’m bored outta my skull. At least Finding Bigfoot has an intriguing subject matter.

  5. flame821 responds:

    ? Frozen Bigfoot?

    Please, oh please, oh please, tell me this is NOT the gorilla suit in the freezer fiasco.

    Minnesota Ice man might be interesting but if they review the freezer case (as anything other than a litmus to see how interested the world is in bigfoot) the show has lost any and all hope of EVER been credible. All they’d need would be a ‘special guest appearance’ by Biscardi to become the most epic fail evah!!!1!

    I mean, granted, I’ve given up on the show but I still hope they can keep at least a little dignity. The only thing the freezer case is good for is to show 1] interest by media, 2] Hoaxes, 3] the impact of the ‘news’ on social media sights.

  6. Redrose999 responds:

    Minnesota Iceman…. Gotta be. But wasn’t it stolen?

  7. Hapa responds:

    Redrose: The Minnesota Iceman practically disappeared, and I think the culprit was the main guy who promoted it (and changed his story on where he got it from on several occasions), though his name for now escapes me.

    There was a second “fake” version of the Minnesota Iceman made for display as well, though we don’t know for a fact whether the first Iceman was faked or not (given the unusual shenanigans behind it, most might consider a hoax not unlikely).

  8. Know it all responds:

    Finding Bigfoot no doubt makes for riveting entertainment & the obtaining of some evidence of beyond 50/50 reasonable doubt. No doubt that widespread surveys by massed groups in alleged hotspots MAY increase the likelihood of turning up typical “softer evidence – your nests, twisted strong limbs ten feet up, stools, broken leg deer carcases. But “Media Establishments” are happy anyways if nothing is found/only smoke but not the fire as they’ll always make their money from hype and viewer ratings selling commercial time.

    Seriously, if one wants to really end up Finding Bigfoot just get some old “Gorilla Suits” and stuff them or old 3D archery foam Bigfoot “targets” & get female gorilla & chimpanzee urine at whatever their “estrus peak” cycle from zoos, circuses or private animal sanctuaries & apply liberally for stake-out with cams.

    Additionally obtain fresh deer quarters, partially barbeque for a wafting scent, but leave mostly raw – then deep freeze & hang up twelve feet plus high from SMALL DIAMETER limbs a dozen feet plus out from the tree trunk to eliminate bears, coyotes & animals to small to handle the weight such as bobcats, and set the cams out.

  9. Redrose999 responds:

    Thank you for the post Craig, now I’m glad they are doing reruns in July. It will be fun to watch with the kids. 🙂 I can catch Fishing for Bigfoot in Oregon on a real screen tonight too! I saw some of it on Youtube on my laptop and that’s not as enjoyable.

  10. MarsWarlord responds:

    Find it odd Matt Moneymaker no longer responds. Too many people on to fabricated and repetitve drivel.

  11. Kahil Nettleton responds:

    @ MarsWarlord – Odds are that Matt, in light of his new found fame for finding nothing, has used some of the proceeds from his acting gig on Animal Planet to hire a PR person. Someone has probably convinced him that viciously attacking critics will not help.

    Hrmmm… I wonder if the rest of the cast/team are compensated equally.

  12. lancemoody responds:

    Here is one easy way to settle this entire matter.

    This would only work with the Finding Bigfoot team since they ALWAYS get Bigfoot activity whenever they look for it.

    All that would be needed is a police helicopter with infrared night vision. Wait until a supposed contact is made and bring in the copter to acquire the target. Police do this all the time–and they always get the guy. There would be no escape.

    I challenge the Finding Bigfoot team to put their money where their loud mouths are and actually prove that the dubious crap they so willingly sell is true. I am willing to bet that the team will never try anything so definitive because even they don’t believe that what they are doing is real.

    Of course when such a solution is put into place, just like ESP or Ghosts, you can also bet that their 100% contact rate would suddenly slide to zero. Suddenly things just wouldn’t feel “squatchy”.

  13. chemist298 responds:

    Thanks for the update on the Finding Bigfoot schedule!

  14. Red Earth White Lies responds:

    Seen the many years old AC-130 gunship flying at high altitude “older technology” night vision videos shot in Afghanistan on the web? Those are the declassified dumbed down versions for “public consumption” with all those glowing clearly defined running people.

    The actual technology is much higher resolution & with aircraft flying high the sound may not even cause Sasquatch to take cover in the dense wood line when filming night vision (or daytime) from the air. Closer in helicopters cause them to run for cover.

    I’ll have to concur that the best opportunity for close-in ground level filming is get some Chinese company to make inflatable “Sasquatches” carried in a backpack & inflated in the field with a foot pump, splashed with hormone & pheromone rich female ape urine (worked great for deer hunters, the Roman Arena & robbers using tiger urine to keep guard dogs away) and film the fireworks.

    In fact, quite surprised no one at Loch Ness has tethered to anchors those bedroom sized inflatable “brontosaurus” for a few hundred bucks. Or better yet contracted with a Chinese company for cheap inflatable plesiousars and smear them variously with a mixture of bio-glue & female alligator, newt & conger eel sexual secretions or anchor a hydrogen or helium filled ballon pointing down at the Loch from many hundreds of feet up with live WI-FI camera continually recording frames on multiple servers.

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