A Bigfoot reward is being offered in Spike TV’s 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Bigfoot DNA test results were claimed to bogus by the Houston Chronicle.
Sasquatch, Bigfoot, and the Loch Ness Monster are the types of mythical creatures that everyone keeps wanting to search for. The 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty reality TV show will be hosted by Dean Cain, who will be leading nine team of “lifelong Bigfoot hunters” all over the globe to finally track down Bigfoot.
The eight episodes of 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty will each focus on different locations where Bigfoot activity is claimed. The Bigfoot teams will have access to a mobile DNA lab to check any potential Bigfoot evidence uncovered.
Besides the contestants, the inventors of the SquatchIt Bigfoot calling devices are responding to the Bigfoot bounty of $10 million. They’re hoping any Bigfoot scientists might use their SquatchIt device to successfully nab themselves a Bigfoot.
So far any Bigfoot evidence has been unconvincing. Bigfoot photos tend to be blurry, Bigfoot DNA tests come up as other animals like bears, and no Bigfoot bodies or bones have ever been recovered. Bigfoot eyewitnesses report hearing “howls, whoops, growls, screams, mumbles, whistles and other strange vocalizations” in the wild and some people have tried to make a Bigfoot language out of recordings. But experts consider any recordings to be another Bigfoot hoax or the sounds of other animals.
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