. Monster Spiders: A look at man's fear of spiders, like the Solifugae and other massive arachnids. The show is described as one-part history, one-part science and one-part, well, monsters. Episodes of Season 2: 1. Jaws in Illinois: An investigation of reports that Bull Sharks from the Gulf of Mexico have swum inland up the Mississippi River.
Giant Bear Attack: A look into horrific reports of bear attacks, from Alaska to New Jersey. The 2009 spin-off MysteryQuest opted to use the same format and same narrator Stan Bernard to examine questions beyond cryptozoology. Ghosts: A ghost hunt investigation at the Lizzie Borden axe-murder house, and upon a Civil War battlefield at Gettysburg. They also produce two interesting episodes about Jack the Ripper and the Zodiac Killer, but instead of doing a broad overview and considering many possible options, focus on only a couple possible suspects, Francis Tumblety and Richard Gaikowski. However having the courage to take a stand and not only believe that something is out there, but to study and research it takes true courage. Ohio Grassman: A look at reported sightings of Bigfoot-like creatures that may lurk in the eastern wilderness of Ohio. I don't have to write a long and elaborate review, plenty of people have already done so.
Yet the evidence that such beings are real amounts to little more than campfire tales and grainy photographs. I loved this series so much, that had to share it was my sista! From the beginning of time, mankind has been riveted by accounts of mysterious creatures, from mega-hogs to vampires and giant spiders. His one liners are awesome! I'll be brief: MonsterQuest is one of the most interesting T. Had to chase up a repayment, what a hassle, but upon watching a few episodes, the pain slowly went away. Are they real or imaginary? A look at the increasing number of attacks by great white sharks along our beaches.
Other episodes like the ones dealing with Atlantis and alien cover-ups seem to lack much substance; they have some aimless searching for evidence that predictably turns up little. They covered topics, including Stonehenge and Nazis, that one would actually expect to find on the History Channel. MonsterQuest was a fun show, even if it didn't produce the greatest documentaries. Real Dragons: A look at attacks on humans by the world's largest known lizards, the Komodo Dragons. That, itself, is a mystery. It takes no work and elicits zero backlash from the public at large. Super Rats: A look at evidence that Common Rats grew to enormous size in the past and a look into reports from New York City.
Try looking for Date Removed: 14th January 2016 Available for: 6 months Description: Employing the latest advances in scientific research, the existence of legendary creatures like Sasquatch, werewolves and vampires is put to the test. Open-eyed historical research and genuine scientific analysis set the stage for groundbreaking fieldwork: high-tech expeditions to the home turf of famous monsters. Legend of the Hairy Beast: A look at what Native American legends say about Bigfoot. Love the Real Dragons episode with Rex Gilroy, the Aussie Cryptozoologist. Murphy's law, the item turned up several days later.
The Ghost episode is quite good. The show is described as one-part history, one-part science and one-part, well, monsters. MonsterQuest is an American television series that originally aired from October 31, 2007 to March 24, 2010 on the History channel. Excellent series investigating the paranormal creatures and events that plague our planet. It's time to sort out fact from imagination once and for all! I did eventually get this season from Second Spin retailer through Amazon, but it took so long that I asked for my money back.
If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you increase your sales. A spin-off show, MysteryQuest, which focuses on unsolved mysteries, premiered on September 16, 2009. In both cases they accept a bit of hearsay. They prove a skull possessed by the Russian government was not Hitler's, which is interesting, although the claim that it was Hitler's wasn't convincing to begin with. Bigfoot in New York: A look into a 1976 Bigfoot sighting in upstate New York where several police officers encountered a creature.
The purpose of the show is best described by the narrator, Stan Benard, in the introduction: MonsterQuest Cast This website does not own, host or upload any videos. The investigation follows a team of researchers who are trying to determine why sharks are becoming more aggressive. However, the sensational MonsterQuest format wasn't the greatest to begin with, and the results of MysteryQuest are mixed. They didn't have cable and they always said really sounds interesting that they would look into it. I just like having the physical discs. So scroll down for more information or share the link on social media to let your friends know what you're watching.
Credible individuals, including pilots, policemen, and ship captains, have seen things they can t explain. Giant Squid Ambush: Return investigation to Mexico's Sea of Cortez to look at new research and evidence of 100-foot-long 30 m squids. Boneless Horror: A journey into the depths of the North Pacific in search of giant octopus like the legendary Lusca. Would it grow more sensational or more serious? Yes the narrative is a bit dry, but I appreciate how they try to be scientific about the subjects rather than go for sensationalism as so many others do. The series takes a scientific look at creature sightings around the world, with episodes devoted to the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, werewolves and even a Stalinist attempt to breed a race of supersoldiers by cross-breeding humans and apes. Vampires in America: A look at the legends of vampires that haunted New England in the 1700s.
Produced by Whitewolf Entertainment, the program deals with the search for various cryptozoological creatures and paranormal entities reportedly witnessed around the world. They have one person who heard the Zodiac talk listen to a recording of Gaikowski's voice; she identifies him as a match, but how valuable is this? This series is very informative and interesting to watch, though the teams never seem to find anything concrete. I will now leave myself open to haters with my next comment. They have brought up some valid scientific points, especially in regards to the lake and ocean 'monsters'. The natural world is adaptable and changeable, and the waters are deep and mostly unexplored. Produced by Whitewolf Entertainment, the program deals with the search for various cryptozoological creatures cryptids and paranormal entities reportedly witnessed around the world. Show Details The series takes a scientific look at creature sightings around the world, with episodes devoted to the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, werewolves and even a Stalinist attempt to breed a race of supersoldiers by cross-breeding humans and apes.