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Four members of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization embark on a mission to find their creature. From small Southern towns to remote locations in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, the foursome -- a high-school science teacher, a former roadie, a skeptical scientist and BFRO president Matt Moneymaker -- search for proof that Bigfoot is alive in the U.S. They examine photos and videos, speak to witnesses and use new technology to uncover evidence of the mysterious apelike cryptid that has eluded capture for centuries.

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The team heads to New York to investigate a video of baby bigfoot.
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The team goes to Canada to investigate a Bigfoot encounter caught on tape.
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The team travels to Morgan-Monroe State Forest in Indiana to probe alleged Bigfoot sightings.
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The team treks to Mt. Shasta, Calif. where they team-up with the SBC, paranormal investigation group, who tries to convince Bobo that Bigfoots are in fact supernatural.
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The search for squatch brings the team to Southern California, where reports have been rampant; they zero in on the canyons of Deep Creek, enlisting the help of an LA local for a night investigation that yields proof that sasquatches live there.
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The team makes a special journey to Hawaii, hoping to say aloha to the islands' little foot: the Menehune; taking their investigations across the beautiful Hawaiian Islands, they hope find one of the legendary 3-foot-tall creatures.
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The team meets with anatomy expert Professor Jeff Meldrum in Eastern Washington's Blue Mountains to investigate accounts going back half-a-century.
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Matt Moneymaker and his team travel to Prince of Wales Island in Alaska.
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Howls are recorded in a notorious sasquatch hot spot; the team uses high-tech thermal equipment on its visit to Washington state.
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The team journeys to the island of Sumatra in search of Indonesia's elusive orang pendek.
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The team travels to Colorado to study early 1960s footage of an alleged Bigfoot and calls upon a Girl Scout troop for assistance in laying bait.
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The investigators meet two bigfooters with hard evidence and join them on a night investigation at Skinwalker Canyon in New Mexico; after an intense town-hall meeting, the team splits up and trek for the Four Corners Monument.
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The team travels to New Jersey for the first time, where members hold a town hall meeting to gather more witnesses after a successful night investigation.
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The team travels to Vietnam, where villagers guide them through dangerous jungle terrain in search of an elusive biped ape known as the Wildman.
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The team travels deep into the forests of what's known as "Creepy Mountain" in Alabama where they find thermal footage and try out a new search technique.
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The team heads to a Vermont apple orchard to investigate a photograph of an alleged Bigfoot carrying a baby.
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A promising message left on the hotline convinces the team to conduct a nighttime investigation in the woods of Michigan.
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Multiple sightings of sasquatch are reported in the Sierras; the team hopes a past relic will attract the curiosity of the alleged creatures.
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The team packs their bags and takes off for The United Kingdom to investigate rumored sightings; Bobo and Cliff take Scotland as Matt and Ranae search in England.
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The team tries to lure in a possible juvenile Sasquatch by using their decoy, Stumpy, on the dawn of hunting season in Virginia.
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Team uses tracking dogs to find a bigfoot spying on a campsite in Texas.

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