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"Mountain Monsters" Season 3 is a reality series that airs on Destination America.

Wolfman, Devil Dog, Grassman, Wampus Beast, Mothman, Lizard Demon — for generations, these mysterious Appalachian monsters have spawned countless sightings in the 1500-mile long mountain chain. With a distinctive landscape of dense woods, murky lakes, and hidden valleys stretching the length of the eastern U.S., the region is a hotbed for creatures both legendary and unidentified. Now in this series, a band of hardcore hunters and trappers native to West Virginia and known as The Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS) is at the ready to identify and snare these shadowy figures in the hope of helping local mountain communities rest more easily when night falls and nature comes out to play.

Having spent a lifetime with the mountain wilderness as their home, hobby, and hunting ground, the AIMS and its founder John "Trapper" Tice expertly tap into their backwoods ingenuity using both traditional techniques and modern technology to capture the supernatural beast. Their mission is to interview witnesses, investigate the scene of the encounter, and eventually capture the creature ... OR prove its non-existence.

Season 2

The sophomore season features monsters that include the Kentucky Hellhound, the Grafton Monster (W.V.), the Yahoo of Nicholas County (W.V.), Werewolf of Webster County (W.V.), Fire Dragon of Pocahontas County (WV), Sheepsquatch of Boone County (W.V.), Shadow Creature of Braxton County (W.V.), Hogzilla of Hocking Hills (Ohio), Death Cat of Cherokee County (Ga.), Bear Beast of Raleigh County (W.V.), Snallygaster of Preston County (W.V.), Cave Creature of Greenbrier County (W.V.), and Bloodless Howler of Harrison County (W.V.).

Season 3

For hundreds of years, Bigfoot has put Americans on edge with sightings of giant man-beasts lurking in the forest, discoveries of massive footprints in the mud, and reports of disembodied howls floating in the nighttime. Nowhere does the mystery of Bigfoot's existence run deeper than in the backcountry of Appalachia where, over the last 10 years alone, the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS) has uncovered more than a dozen different clans of Bigfoot that call the mountain region home. Locals have their own names for these enormous ape-like creatures, from Midnight Whistlers to the Wildman, but they're all Bigfoot in the end. Trapper and his team of expert hunters and outdoorsmen — including Jeff, Willy, Wild Bill, Huckleberry, and Buck — have spent their entire lives navigating Appalachia's rough terrain, surviving off the land, and practicing do-it-yourself resourcefulness in preparation for their toughest challenge yet: defending mountain communities from Bigfoot, the most legendary monster ever rumored to exist. Now, in Season 3, AIMS travels to remote corners of the Appalachian wilderness, putting a lifetime of training to the ultimate test, as they track and attempt to trap local Bigfoots across the region in a quest to prove they are fact, not folklore.

In the season premiere of "Mountain Monsters: Bigfoot Edition," AIMS begins its epic quest to prove the existence of Bigfoot in Appalachia. AIMS believes that central Kentucky's clan of Midnight Whistlers — enormous ape-like monsters known for their ear-piercing whistle, green eyes, jet-black hair, and nocturnal behavior — were the first variation of Bigfoot to emerge from the Mammoth Cave system some 3,000 years ago. The AIMS team goes hot on the trail of one Midnight Whistler after discovering the most elaborate and massive nest they've seen to date and must construct a customized trap large enough to contain this 8-foot tall monster. Little does AIMS know that where there's one Midnight Whistler, others are not far behind.

"Mountain Monsters" is produced by American Chainsaws for Destination America. For American Chainsaws, Colt Straub, Duke Straub, Royal Malloy, Russell Geyser and Jay Bluemke are executive producers. For Destination America, Caroline Perez is executive producer, Marc Etkind is general manager. Henry Schleiff is group president of Investigation Discovery, Destination America, and Military Channel.


Network: Destination America
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: June 22, 2013
Seasons: 3
Production Company: American Chainsaws

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