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In Search of... Monster Hunters (1976–1982) Online

In Search of... Monster Hunters (1976–1982) Online
Original Title :
Monster Hunters
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TV Episode / Documentary / Sci-Fi
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Cast :
Al Berry,Arch Buckley,Steve Sanders
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TV Episode
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In Search of... Monster Hunters (1976–1982) Online

Examines various "monster hunters" including Peter Byrne and Tim Dinsdale as well as the "Bay Area Group". Subjects such as Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster are covered. {locallinks-homepage}
Episode credited cast:
Al Berry Al Berry - Himself
Arch Buckley Arch Buckley
Steve Sanders Steve Sanders - Himself
Warren Thompson Warren Thompson - Himself

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In Search Of... "Monster Hunters" (1978)

Here's another good episode for the third season as we meet a couple people who actively go out and search for monsters. We hear from one guy studying the Loch Ness monster but the main focus is on a man who is trying to track down Bigfoot so that he can capture him on film. The man talks about why he wants to hunt Bigfoot and he also talks about a few of his close calls. At the same time, we also hear from a man who just doesn't believe. If you're a fan of the series or just Bigfoot shows then you should be entertained by this episodes. The interviews are quite good and the subject itself makes for an entertaining episode.

Episode: B+
The Apotheoses of Lacspor

The Apotheoses of Lacspor

Poignant episode examines those dedicated men who are hunters of monsters, especially Bigfoot, but whom are not threatening, but merely want to, in some ways, befriend the creatures, and try to understand them, in order to prove their existence to a skeptical world. Famed seeker Peter Byrne is profiled, and he had appeared before, and would again, and is a fountain of experience and wisdom, but it is eminently likable fellow seeker Arch Buckley who steals the spotlight, and his sincere efforts to coax a Bigfoot into his camp, and teach students in the Bay Area Group of monster hunters is most appealing. A fine companion piece to earlier 'Bigfoot' and future 'Abominable Snowman'.