Sunday, September 18, 2016

"Mountain Monsters" Fans Just Got Some Great News

Fans of the hit series "Mountain Monsters" are in for some good news, the series just got signed for another season. The fictional series follows a group of "monster hunters" as they investigate sightings of bigfoot. 

This popular monster-hunting series has been renewed for a fifth season and according to TV Series Finale, filming is scheduled to begin this month, which should make the show’s fans very happy. During the previous season of Mountain Monsters, the team turned their focus to hunting the elusive and secretive creature best known as Bigfoot. The Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS) team previously sought out every legendary creature ranging from the Lizard Demon of Wolf County, to the Perry County Grassman. After constantly running into signs of Bigfoot in each of the locations the mountain monster hunters previously investigated, the Mountain Monsters team decided it was time to take a different approach to their investigations.

“Mountain Monsters fans are about as loyal as they come, second only to the AIMS team and their unwavering dedication to finding Bigfoot,” said Jane Latman, general manager of Destination America. “We hear from devoted viewers every single day wanting to know when they’ll get to see more of their favorite monster hunters, and we’re excited to announce that the wait is almost over.”

The Mountain Monsters team believes that there are several different types of Bigfoot such as the Cherokee Devil, and each one comes complete with their own unique story and history. Renew Cancel TV shared that over the last 10 years, the Mountain Monsters group has uncovered evidence that there may be more than a dozen different Bigfoot clans that roam the dense forests and dark lakes of the 1,500-mile long Appalachian mountain chain. Hunting in these conditions for potentially dangerous creatures is daunting enough, but last season the Mountain Monsters team faced a new problem that put them in a dire situation.

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  1. I miss "I keep my poop in a jar" guy.

  2. I think that all bigfoot and monster hunting shows are pathetic. Only an extremely young or stupid person would watch this crap. Not only that but the people in the shows are always annoying and lame. It shows that Americans are clearly dumb as f-uck and need to get lives.

  3. Do these guys pay Moneymaker a piece?

    They should.

  4. Mountain Monsters is a "fictional series?"

    1. Sure it's fictional, you have a bunch of people with ZERO experience in Bigfoot, out looking for Bigfoot, great!

      More Mockery!

  5. This show is as fake as they come!

  6. Hey !;if it isnt the famous Joe Iktomi.Keep up the great work Joe.