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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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Sound recordings near Lake Tahoe investigated; evidence uncovered while blasting calls in Sierras.
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Team members travel to Bozeman, Mont., where they use a dog-sled team to take them to a nearby valley to lure Bigfoot.
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The team travels to America's heartland to search for a bigfoot in Kansas.
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The team investigates reports of Australia's yowie, a bigfoot-like creature.
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Bobo and Cliff head to Oregon while Matt and Ranae go to Washington for a friendly wager to determine which state is squatchier.
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The investigators return to Kentucky and team up with "The Call of the Wildman's" Turtleman for a wild night with Ernie's Louisville Sluggers; the team then inspect recent casts of tracks.
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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 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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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 investigates a photo taken in northern Michigan and lay bait as witnesses come forward.
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The team visit the Bigfoot Discovery Museum in Santa Cruz where they learn about recent sightings.
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A mother recording her children at play captures video evidence of a possible sasquatch; locals bait a trap for hungry Bigfoots.
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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 team enlists the help of an Apache Indian tribe after it travels to Arizona to investigate Bigfoot sightings in the Mogollon Rim.
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Utah State University reports suggest that Bigfoots may reside in the mountainous region.
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The team travels to southwestern Virginia, where a hairy creature known as "The Beast of Gum Hill" reportedly makes the rounds.
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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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Behind the scenes of the search for America's favorite monster; spanning over nine years and 100 episodes, the cast and the crew show off never-before-seen footage; highlights of the best of Bigfoot.
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The team returns to Willow Creek to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the "Patterson-Gimlin Film"; when a newly discovered film canister offers clarity to the creature like never before, the team pulls out all the stops to get their own footage.
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The team travels to Iowa to investigate Yellow River State Forest's history of reports; the local BFRO share stories around the campfire, and the team explores the park, leading to an epic final night, and a squatch.

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