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The Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings track, trap and capture unusual monsters.

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aired 317 days ago
Still in Pennsylvania investigating an aggressive Bigfoot clan, the AIMS team stumbles upon a Native American artifact that may be better off left alone.
aired 324 days ago
The AIMS team visits Pennsylvania to investigate another Native American legend of Bigfoot who attack in the cover of night.
aired 332 days ago
The AIMS team heads back to the Bluegrass State to investigate reports of two very noisy Bigfoot clans.
aired 332 days ago
AIMS team investigates reports of a Bigfoot of legendary Native American folklore in Ohio said to have incredibly thick fur that makes it impervious to bow and arrows.

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There are creatures both legendary and unidentified roaming the Appalachian Mountains, and a band of hard-core hunters and trappers have made it their life's work to investigate them. For generations, supposed sightings of these monsters -- with such names as Wolfman, Devil Dog, Wampus Beast, Mothman and Lizard Demon -- have occurred along the 1,500-mile stretch of mountains, and it wasn't until the members of the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings had their own personal encounters with these creatures that they became believers. Now, the AIMS crew, led by founders "Trapper" John Tice, Jeff Headlee and Willy McQuillian, use both traditional techniques and modern technology to track, trap and capture these monsters. Maybe AIMS will snag its first one while cameras are filming "Mountain Monsters"!
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