MQ ~ More Of Season III

Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 18th, 2009

baby ogopogo teaser


Snow Beast

SNOWBEAST SLAUGHTER: High in the rugged wilderness of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains a large hairy creature is said to be preying on the elk and frightening residents. The stories date back centuries with the earliest settlers describing terrifying encounters with a large beast whose scream bellows across the hills. Even today ranchers and hikers report a monster they can’t explain that may be attacking their horses. MonsterQuest will sift through the evidence and determine what may be killing the elk. The aerial search ascends to 11,000 ft in search of fresh evidence that could lead to the creature; as the ground team scales the side of Pikes Peak to hunt for the legendary Snowbeast.

MEGA JAWS: Sharks have terrified people for centuries and deep within the forbidding waters of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula may lurk a mammoth sixty foot monster. Could it be a new giant species or some living relic, hidden in the sea? In prehistoric times, huge carnivorous sharks, more than twice the size of a great white, ruled the waves. Marine experts claim these giants went extinct, but evidence may challenge that. Meanwhile, frightened Mexican fisherman talk of being stalked by a ‘Black Demon’; and sailors report close collisions with a shark unlike anything that they have encountered before. In a search for answers, MonsterQuest uses a combined air and sea search for this monster shark that may be prowling the last unexplored frontier of our planet.

MONSTER CLOSE ENCOUNTERS: The most compelling evidence for the creature known as Bigfoot may be the increasing close encounters that are frightening witnesses in rural America. Historic stories have told of violent interactions that range from objects being thrown to frightening abductions by hairy beasts. As extraordinary as these stories sound, people continue to recount physical interactions with creatures that they cannot explain. Witnesses from Minnesota and Washington State have all had frightening run-ins with the monsters while driving; another witness in rural Indiana talks with terror of the night that he was grabbed by something very powerful out in a forest. MonsterQuest will investigate whether witness are seeing known animal or the same Bigfoot creature that has been spoken of throughout history. MonsterQuest employs polygraph examinations, DNA analysis and bite force tests to discover what monster is turning up its aggression.


Jeff H. Johnson’s sculptured model of Cadborosaurus.

LAKE DEMON: Beneath the cold, isolated waters of north western Canada a fifty foot swimming monster is said to lurk. The stories from North West Canada’s Lake Okanagan date back to the earliest First Nation peoples, who lived in fear of this terrifying creature of the lake that became known as ‘Ogopogo’. According to accounts of this ominous creature, it has a large snake like body, large eyes and can move at high speeds. Sightings of this lake creature are so common that it has been seen more times than Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster, making Ogopogo the world’s most documented lake creature. With new, recent photographic evidence and an array of high technology, MonsterQuest will launch one of the first major expeditions to this lake. A helicopter outfitted with a thermal camera will scan the lake for signs of the creature while a dive team stands ready to jump into the hazardous waters, ready to capture the necessary evidence.

Photo of Jessica Weigers (Sean’s girlfriend), MonsterQuest director Joshua Dorsey, and Sean Viloria.

SEA MONSTERS: Mariners have long told stories of frightening beasts that stalk the coasts of Florida, but what if new video could prove that old sailors were seeing real sea monsters? A forked tail, ferocious teeth and a large body were all characteristics of the historic sea monsters, seen by schooners packed with scared passengers. Now, one Florida man says that not only has he witnessed these creatures on countless occasions, but he also has hours of video proof. Experts are divided over the controversial evidence that shows tantalising glimpses of these strange sea creatures. One marine biologist claims it is a disfigured known species, another expert says it is a seal thought long extinct, and still others maintain that it is something altogether unheard of. Whatever monster lurks here, close to innocent vacationers, MonsterQuest will investigate. Using state of the art sonar technology, a dive team will penetrate the murky waters while marine experts and forensic artists attempt to identify this sea monster caught on tape.

Loren Coleman About Loren Coleman
Loren Coleman is one of the world’s leading cryptozoologists, some say “the” leading living cryptozoologist. 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. He returned as an infrequent contributor beginning Halloween week of 2015. Coleman is the founder in 2003, and current director of the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine.

5 Responses to “MQ ~ More Of Season III”

  1. raisinsofwrath responds:

    I’d probably be much more interested if the girl from the pic above were a main character on the show.

    Seriously though, those polygraphs they do really don’t impress. They certainly fill time but I just don’t see any real value in them. Most of these people are honest and down to earth and I (for the most part) believe them without the polygraph. That is to say I believe that they believe they witnessed something. As long as they are convinced the polygraph is going to show that they are being truthful.

    IMO they should drop the lie detector.

  2. cmgrace responds:

    I can’t wait for the episode with Pike’s Peak. I didn’t know they were filming here. There are several stories of people finding footprints on the west side of the mountain, and there is actually a Bigfoot crossing sign on the Pike’s Peak highway.

  3. cliffhanger042002 responds:

    Rainsofwrath – I agree with that 100%. I’ve mentioned before that I think that there is way too much filler material in the shows to stretch it for the hour format. I remember a polygraph they did on an episode called “Dogmen of Michigan”, or something like that, and they did a polygraph on a young lady and the results of the polygraph were no more convincing than her eyewitness testimony. It just took up about 10-15 minutes of the show. In my opinion they should just drop to a 30 minute format per cryptid, like DT, and it would be much more entertaining and interesting in some of the cases, not all though, a very rare few deserve the whole hour.

    I’ve dropped off a bit on MQ for those reasons, but the synopsis for shows 6-10 has a few that sound interesting. I’m particularly interested in Sea Monsters, where they claim to have unseen video evidence. Also, the Lake Demon sounds interesting as well as Monster Close Encounters. I just hope they get away from trying so desperately to fill an hour long time slot with redundant material.

  4. mfs responds:

    Thanks for the MQ Season III previews.

  5. mfs responds:

    I look forward to all these episodes especially Lake Okanagan’s ‘Ogopogo’ and The Florida Sea Monsters.
    I hope they bring up the 1962 alleged fateful encounter of the five young friends while diving a sunken old naval battleship off the coast of Pensacola. They were supposedly attacked by a large long-necked sea monster. Only one survived but his story had many inconsistencies leading one to suspect a hoax. It was interesting nonetheless.

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