On the Trail of Bigfoot 2019

Monster Reviews: On the Trail of Bigfoot (2019) – Small Town Monsters

Monster Reviews: On the Trail of Bigfoot (2019) – Small Town Monsters

The legend of what is commonly known as “Bigfoot,” has been around for quite some time. Rumors and stories of the beast were reported long before the term was coined and internationally adopted back in 1958. They spoke of a giant hairy creature that terrorized homes and humans across the globe. For years tales of the beast have become the stuff of fantasy and lore, the stuff of nightmares.

On the Trail of Bigfoot is a six-part tv mini-series, written and directed by Seth Breedlove. The documentary series stars several respected investigators who currently work and do research in cryptozoology. Names such as Loren Coleman, Mark Matzke, Dr. David Floyd, Marc Myrsell, Kathy and Bob Strain. It depicts intriguing tales of Sasquatch encounters across the United States, straight from the mouths of eyewitnesses themselves.
The show takes viewers on a journey through the murky swamps and dark forests of our country, exploring the legend of America’s most beloved cryptids. Is Bigfoot real, or it is it just an old wives tale conjured up by the collective imagination? Is the creature flesh and blood, or is it a being from another dimension? STM takes its stab at the legend that is the squatch.
Whether you believe in the creature or not, On the Trail of Bigfoot provides a very informative look at the cryptid who has captured the hearts of fans worldwide. Many of Bigfoot’s most prominent advocates are also said to be its biggest skeptics. Take a walk down the trail with Small Town Monsters and director Seth Breedlove as they examine the possibility of the real existence of the hairy beasts.
There is no doubt that with reports dating as far back as the 1700s, something is out there.
What that thing is will continue to remain a mystery. Curious followers hope to one day get to the bottom of the truth behind stories and get a definitive answer to the questions that have baffled and inspired minds for centuries.
This show is a beautiful blend of scenery and Sasquatch. The storytelling is fantastic. It combines first-hand accounts and eyewitness reports with superbly crafted dramatization and stunning, picturesque landscapes. You can easily get lost in the beauty on screen, while at the same time being entirely absorbed by the stories told.
Bigfoot is universally adored due to it being the lone cryptid with the highest resemblance to humans. The potentiality of the creature being real drives people wild. We are supposed to be the superior race, and just the mere thought of something being out there on the loose that we cannot locate and have no control over drives people mad. Where are the bones, solid, conclusion wrapped in the neat little box with the tightly tied bow on top and the  actual proof?
On the Trail of Bigfoot allows fans of the famed cryptid to learn even more about the mythical monster. It discusses every version of the creature and dishes up content that some the hardest of squatchers might not even know about. Every location you go to has its own story and version of Bigfoot. However, no matter what the creature supposedly looks like, or what the locals refer to it as, they all come from the same family.Moreover, believe it or not, the odds are that at least a few of the reports have to be real.
People see something out there that they cannot explain. Also, no matter how strange that might sound, chances are it is true, which is a terrifying thought and an exciting, invigorating revelation to some.
What Seth Breedlove and Small Town Monsters are doing by making these cases and stories relevant again, is truly fantastic work. It genuinely is “the last great mystery,” and inquiring minds want to know. The truth is out there and continuing to put these reports at the forethought of society is what will eventually bring about truth, no matter how long it might take.
Whether you are a cryptid lover or you want to know if the creature exists, On the Trail of Bigfoot is an absolute must see. It asks all the right questions and navigates smoothly through the legends that surround the mysterious monster. Are there flesh and blood beasts on the loose, or are all the stories simply conjurings of humanity’s twisted imagination?
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