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Mountain Monsters

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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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The AIMS team sets off to track down one of the cloaked figures at the heart of the mystery of Spearfinger; Willy and Wild Bill sneak down for a recon mission, and the team realizes the key to their quest is in the rock overhang and the red shed.
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The AIMS team travels to Pendleton County, W. Va., to track down the ultimate ambush predator -- the Fire Ape; they head to Huckleberry's hometown in Wirt County, W. Va., to hunt for a massive Bigfoot called the Ash Man.
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The AIMS team meets with their team leader, Trapper, who makes them realize they have been missing a big clue; they then head back to North Carolina's Ashe County in search of the Cherokee Devil, which soon proves to be too much for Huckleberry.
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The AIMS team members realize they may be up against more than just the Death Cat when they discover an enormous canine is stalking the hollows of Cherokee County, N.C.
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The AIMS team investigates the mysterious barn where they heard the roar of the Cherokee Death Cat; their quest to catch the ferocious feline leads to a shocking discovery for which no one is prepared.
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The AIMS team continues its quest to get to the bottom of the legend of Spearfinger and sets off to investigate the Cherokee Death Cat, a ferocious feline with a deadly curse.
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The AIMS team heads deep into the forests of Virginia to hunt for a shape-shifting Bigfoot known by the Cherokee people as the Raven Mocker.
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The AIMS team sets off after a massive bear creature known as the Silver Giant; this behemoth is said to stand on its hind legs at more than 10-feet-tall and has a silver streak running down its back; Wild Bill decides to research the creature.
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In Jackson County, W. Va., the team continues its search for the truth surrounding the Waya Woman; an abandoned blue house is at the heart of this mystery; the deaths that have taken place at the house are allegedly tied to the Waya Woman herself.
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In Jackson County, W. Va., the team heads after a monstrous wolf creature known as the Waya Woman; this seven-foot-tall being roams the cornfields of Jackson County, and the team strives to build a trap strong enough to contain it.
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The AIMS team return to the Dark Forest to find an old barn that holds the key to all the answers they need.
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The AIMS team races to flee the Dark Forest before it tears them apart.
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The AIMS team members build their largest trap to date to catch a behemoth of a beast known as the Silver Giant; they head to Cherokee County, N.C., to hunt for a ferocious feline with a deadly curse.
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The AIMS team's search for the Waya Woman of Jackson County, W. Va., leads them to an abandoned house with a terrifying history; they set off after a massive bear-like creature known as the Silver Giant in Boone County, W. Va.
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The AIMS team returns to Ashe County, N.C. to hunt the Cherokee Devil; a rift erupts during the mission.
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The team heads to Ashe County, N.C. in search of the Cherokee Devil, a creature that is believed to have mind control abilities.
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The AIMS members are in a race to flee the Dark Forest before it tears the team apart; after a heart-wrenching health update from Trapper, the guys set out to find an old barn that holds the key to all the answers they so desperately need.
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The team revisit the most thrilling moments of their epic Bigfoot quest in the Appalachia, including the most mysterious Bigfoot of all, the Cherokee Devil.
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Buck searches for the Little Girl after he makes contact with her and she vanishes; the rest of the AIMS team sneaks into a cabin looking for answers about the other team's intentions; Buck winds up face to face with the Woman of the Woods.
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The team discovers what Jeff was doing at the Three Rings; the team learns what Buck found on his phone; Buck heads to the Three Rings to contact the Little Girl, who seems to be the key to the Dark Forest.
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After a shocking discovery, Buck heads into the Dark Forest and encounters someone from his past; Huckleberry realizes that the predator he faced off with wants revenge; the team follows a trail left by Jeff and discovers the mysterious Three Rings.

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