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MonsterQuest this Wednesday – Terror From the Sky



Using the latest high-tech equipment we’ll take a scientific look at legendary creatures around the world, creatures eyewitnesses claim to see to this day.

Each episode will examine all the evidence available, from pictures and video to hair and bones, as well as the eyewitness accounts themselves.

Believers, skeptics and scientists will weigh in, but what will the evidence reveal?

Terror From the Sky – Wednesday July 29 09:00 PM ET

The MonsterQuest series takes a scientific look at creature sightings around the world, with episodes devoted to the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, werewolves and even a Stalinist attempt to breed a race of super-soldiers by crossing humans and apes. The show is described as one part history, one part science and one part, well, monsters.

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New Paranormal Series comes to SyFy Channel on Thursdays




While History Channel is planning not renew MonsterQuest to a next season, SyFy Channel will be creating a second night of Paranormal Shows, Syfy’s success with its Wednesday night reality series, “Ghost Hunters” and “Destination Truth”.

Now two new paranormal series will kick off the new block of programming: “Mary Knows Best” and “Paranormal Investigators” (both are working titles), beginning on Thursday, July 15, it was announced Tuesday.

“Paranormal Investigators” searches for the truth behind supernatural and unexplained occurrences that have been caught on tape. In each episode, the six-person team, led by former FBI special agent Ben Hansen, searches for the most intriguing and unusual images, videos and unnatural phenomena found online and around the world.

Selecting the most intriguing images, the team heads into the field attempting to re-create the video, carrying out key experiments and searching for clues and evidence to answer the question: Is it real?

It is produced by Base Productions and premieres at 10 p.m.

“Mary Knows Best” is presented in a documentary-soap format with the predominant theme of the show revolving around the relationship between psychic intuitive Mary Occhino and her three children, who have each inherited Occhino’s psychic abilities in noticeably different ways.

Occhino is not only a renowned psychic intuitive but she is also a radio host and a mother of three young children.

Occhino considers one of her children to be a paranormal investigator, another to be a reluctant psychic and the other to be a skeptic.

The relationship that she holds with her children is diverse and unique due to the fact that they have all inherited her abilities to a certain extent but they have each inherited her abilities in entire different ways.


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At MonsterQuest Tonight




This Wednesday, February 24th at History Channel The MonsterQuest brings to you:

Episode: Boneless Horror – 6:00 PM

Throughout history there have been sightings of a massive Octopus big enough to attack and sink boats. Could such a creature really exist?

Our divers probe the depths of the North Pacific where the world’s largest known species of octopus lives.

Could these octopuses be a food source for a monster? The investigation will use various underwater camera systems, including a tiny camera small enough to probe inside octopus lairs.

Deep waters, rough currents, freezing temperatures and the prospect of encountering a 20-ton boneless horror make this a dangerous expedition.

Episode: Monster Sharks – 7:00 PM and 11:00 PM

Great white sharks are the ocean’s deadliest killers and as they swim closer to our beaches, attacks against humans are on the rise.

MonsterQuest leads an expedition to tag the first great white in the Atlantic and divers attach a camera to a live great white shark to examine why these monsters are becoming more aggressive predators.

Follow researchers and scientists on their quests to find mysterious and unbelieveable monsters on Monsterquest on History Channel.

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Preview: MonsterQuest Season 4 in January 13th




In a Cryptomundo Exclusive, here is breaking news about what is in store for Season IV on the extremely popular program, “MonsterQuest,” on History, from Executive Producer Doug Hajicek and Senior Producer Will Yates.

The season kicks off with a very special two hour season premiere on Wednesday January 13th 2010 at 9pm eastern (8pm CST).

This fourth season is one of their most exciting to date, they report, and has more encounters with monstrous creatures than ever before. From deadly and giant great white sharks that the team encounter up close to a mystery beast whose howls are recorded on tape just moments before it attacks a MQ crew, this year will be a rollercoaster ride, they tell me.

Here is an exclusive overview of the first five programs.


Great white sharks are the ocean’s deadliest killers and as they swim closer to our beaches, attacks against humans are on the rise. MonsterQuest leads an expedition to tag the first great white in the Atlantic and divers attach a camera to a live great white shark to examine why these monsters are becoming more aggressive predators.


Legends of a terrifying monster lurking in the back hills of Kentucky date back to the days of frontiersman Daniel Boone, but encounters with this mystery beast are increasing. Witnesses report alleged attacks by the creature and the sounds of ferocious screams from the wilderness. New photographic evidence may hold the key to uncovering the mystery. The MonsterQuest team goes on location to analyze the evidence, and heads deep into the dark forests, where they have their own frightening encounter.


More than 50 years ago, South American scientists attempted to cross-breed bees that would produce more honey than ever before possible. But instead, they created a monster. Today, these giant bees are on the loose, spreading northward and invading US cities. MonsterQuest examines how these killer bees attack with an unseen ferocity and discovers that the bees may be adapting to colder temperatures, making them an even greater threat.


In 1967, a giant winged monster reportedly terrorized the skies over a small town in West Virginia, ending in a tragic bridge collapse that claimed forty-six lives. Since then, the Mothman, as the beast was known, has become an omen of doom and death. With new sightings across America today, this creature may be returning. In a search for answers, MonsterQuest will use night time surveillance, perception tests and forensic sketching to determine if the beast is myth or frightening reality.


A deadly, slithering menace is taking over Florida and may be heading north. For more than 100 years, giant pythons have been discovered in parts of the Sunshine State, but since Hurricane Andrew in 1992, their territory has rapidly spread. Now, MonsterQuest searches for incursions in the outskirts of Miami, a population hotspot that is just moments from schools and homes. The team investigates whether pythons could hybridize and adapt, enabling them to threaten every state in the US.

Source: Cryptomundo

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