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MonsterQuest

Scientists search for the truth behind reports of legendary monsters around the world. 

Crew:
Stan Bernard (Narrator)

5/11/15
07:00 AM
"Monster Sharks"  An expedition tries to tag the first great white shark in the Atlantic; divers attach a camera to a great white shark to study why they are becoming more aggressive predators.  (Repeat) HISTORY
5/11/15
08:00 AM
"Snowbeast Slaughter"  Tales of a large hairy creature that preys on elk and frightens people have echoed through the Colorado Rockies for centuries; a team scales Pikes Peak to hunt for the legendary beast.  (Repeat) HISTORY
5/11/15
09:00 AM
"Black Beast of Exmoor"  Eyewitnesses report a "black beast" is at large in the moors of England and killing livestock.  (Repeat) HISTORY
5/11/15
10:00 AM
"Killer Jellyfish"  The team embarks on a dangerous search in the Sea of Japan and along Australia's Great Barrier Reef to investigate reports of a jellyfish invasion that threatens to turn oceans into deadly places to swim.  (Repeat) HISTORY
5/11/15
11:00 AM
"Bigfoot in New York"  Northern New York's Monster of Whitehall is described as a sasquatchlike creature that stands up to 8 feet tall and makes a sound like a woman screaming.  (Repeat) HISTORY
5/11/15
12:00 PM
"Swamp Stalker"  A swamp beast immortalized in the film "The Legend of Boggy Creek" is said to stalk the residents of a small town in Arkansas; two teams search for evidence of the swamp monster's existence.  (Repeat) HISTORY
5/11/15
01:00 PM
"Swamp Beast"  Probing reports from Louisiana and Florida of the "Swamp Creature," a red-haired beast that stands 7 feet tall and smells like rotten eggs; tracking the creature with bloodhounds.  (Repeat) HISTORY
MonsterQuest

Premise
The 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 supersoldiers by cross-breeding humans and apes. The show is described as one-part history, one-part science and one-part, well, monsters.

Current cast
Stan Bernard

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.