Across America, grotesque, angry, vicious mutant monsters are out for revenge. Victims of unexplained terror at the hands of Melon Heads, Devil Monkey, and the Blue Albino Woman come forward to share...
Across Southern Illinois, townsfolk arm themselves against a demonic feline predator. A teenage girl tangles with a terrifying doppelganger that attempts to take her place. Two police chopper pilots ...
Each episode investigates a different monster - using cutting edge theories, riveting eyewitness accounts, and astonishing scientific evidence behind the nightmarish creatures that frighten us, fascinate us, and haunt our darkest dreams.
They went to discover the great outdoors, but something discovered them first. "Terror in the Woods" features real stories of people who embarked on a wilderness adventure only to be scared out of the woods by unexplained phenomena.
A panel of experts analyze footage from some of the world's most eye-opening and terrifying paranormal videos. From poltergeist activity to lights in the sky, these firsthand accounts just might turn skeptics into believers.
Brian J. Cano,
My wife & I both believe in the unexplainable, and since we hail from the PNW, she's even been an active Bigfoot researcher with one of the largest non-commercial organizations in the world, but this show owes me my Kit-Kat bar. The "actors" portraying the so-called experiences of individuals hardly seem believable a great majority of the time. In fact, the only story - or "actor" - that gripped me enough to not laugh at them was the Chupacabra lady.
As an avid & active Bigfoot researcher who knows more about the mysterious creature than you, my wife confirms the "roars" in the Sierra Nevada episode are completely fake. They seem made for shock, not scientific research. Even as an outside observer I couldn't help but laugh at the fact that these "people" (actors) thought that the legendary Sasquatch would - for some UNEXPLAINABLE, absolutely UNKNOWN reason - faceplant the window of this guys' truck despite years of avoiding detection by actual experts. Even if you take this show with a grain of salt, you might have trouble enjoying it.
Save your salt - and your time.
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