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Mythical and mysterious creatures are investigated.
January 19, 2001
Examining rumors that the Tasmanian Tiger, which became extinct in 1936, is actually still alive. Also: the legendary Beast of Exmoor that terrorizes the English countryside.
November 28, 1999
Legendary ape-men, including Bigfoot and the Yeti, are examined.
The Tasmanian tiger, believed to have become extinct in 1936, is examined.
Chris examines the legendary Beast of Exmoor and Beast of Bodmin, two big cats rumored to have appeared across the British countryside.
The thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian tiger, was declared extinct in 1936. Why, then, did sightings continue to be reported?
The Loch Ness Monster and other lake monsters are examined. Also: giant squid.
In this episode, Chris seeks proof of the existence of the mythical and mysterious giant squid, also known as the devil fish.
The legend of Bigfoot goes under the microscope as Chris examines the extraordinary footage from 1967 that started a national frenzy.
Chris travels to Nepal to investigate the long-rumored but never proven existence of the abominable snowman, also known as the Yeti.
Chris travels to Scotland, where he visits the home of the Loch Ness Monster and investigates if prehistoric reptiles could exist in modern times.
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