MONSTERS & MYSTERIES IN AMERICA – Updates and New Clip

This Sunday,January 12 at 9/8c, MONSTERS & MYSTERIES travels to California, featuring beasts that hide in the vast wilderness and even some that descend on neighborhoods just like yours.

  • Evil Gnome – Close to the Sierra Mountains sits the quiet frontier town of Porterville, Cal. As Tammy Thomas and her family prepared to start a new life there, they soon discovered their home was plagued with visits from an evil gnome, mercilessly stalking their family.
  • Hell Hounds – A quiet neighborhood in the resort town of Palm Springs comes under attack one night when large, bloodthirsty canine-creatures wreak havoc as they tear through the streets. Neighbors Jim Flood and Ron Palfrey recount their terrifying encounters.

  • Bigfoot War – In the Sierra Mountains, local hunter Allen Thomas unknowingly stumbles upon an aggressive relative of the hairy ape-man. Later, he and his research buddies venture to a secret location known for Bigfoot sightings, where they have a terrifying encounter beyond anything they ever expected.

ABOUT MONSTERS & MYSTERIES IN AMERICA

In communities across America, local legends tell of monsters hunting nearby woodlands, ancient spirits walking amongst the living, and alien creatures paying earth a visit. In MONSTERS & MYSTERIES IN AMERICA, hear directly from everyday people who have had close encounters with real-life folktale fiends

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