‘In Search Of Monsters’ Preview Wednesday, April 3 On Travel Channel

SERIES PREMIERE: “Bigfoot” – Premieres Wednesday, April 3 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

It’s the world’s most famous cryptid – Bigfoot. Terrifying new eyewitness accounts of Bigfoot encounters, in combination with recently uncovered anthropological evidence, reveal a creature far fiercer and more predatory than the gentle, lumbering giant often depicted. The worldwide hunt for this legendary primate produces DNA evidence of its existence, exposes a possible government coverup of a Bigfoot in captivity and follows clues that suggest a global population of Bigfoot creatures that may be extraterrestrial in origin. This is the Bigfoot story as never told before.

“Loch Ness Monster” – Premieres Wednesday, April 10 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Join a global pursuit to discover the truth about one of the world’s most enduring and mysterious cryptids: the Loch Ness Monster. An active investigation by leading cryptozoologists turns up the latest evidence with gripping eyewitness encounters, photos and a stunning on-camera admission from a top Scottish government official that the Loch Ness Monster is real. But is the famed Nessie just one creature or an entire race of serpent beasts? And in one of the most shocking Loch Ness Monster theories ever explored, researchers make the case that Nessie could actually be traveling through time.

“Mothman” – Premieres Wednesday, April 17 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

It soars high above the night sky in search of prey, a red-eyed phantom leaving fear and tragedy in its wake. To those who have seen it, the creature known as “The Mothman” is terrifyingly real. Could this legendary cryptid be an evil, evolutionary aberration or a horrible government experiment gone wrong? Are the clues to its true origins found in the bible? Join a team of cryptozoologists, paranormal investigators and eyewitnesses as they dare to uncover just who – or what – is “The Mothman.”

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