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People are seen is bathing suits that sometimes reveal skin or cleavage.

Most episodes feature at least one person being killed by a monster. Usually, these deaths are violent and graphic.

Season 3 contains much more graphic violence than seasons 1 and 2.

Even thought the show is rated TV-14, some of the violence is similar to things that would typically be seen in a show rated TV-MA.

Mild profanities and religious profanities are heard.

The show centers fictional "found footage" around real information and sightings of monsters (like Bigfoot, the Dover Demon, Mothman, etc.). This gives the footage a realistic feeling. Most episodes are intense and creepy, while others feature jump-scares.

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