Monster Quest

United States
December 10, 2007 10:59am CST
Have you watched this show on the History channel? It is very interesting. It is about searching for proof of Bigfoot, Champ and other unproven 'monsters.' I am not sure if I believe these things exist, but it is interesting to hear the arguments for why people believe in them. And just the possibility is fascinating. What do you think? Do you believe in these 'monsters?' Do you like watching these kinds of shows?
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• United States
10 Dec 07
I am not sure if I have seen that particular show. However, I have seen many like it. I am neutral on the existence of monsters...that means if they are real they are, if they aren't, oh well. However I find the search for them fascinating. I write a blog about fantasy creatures, races, beings as well as gods and goddesses from religions and even demons and devils. I recently added a cryptozoology section. It is fascinating.
@Wario_1 (969)
• Sweden
10 Jan 08
I agree, it would be sad if thees creatures (if they exist) would be found only to be killed and cut into very small pieces just so that scientists can analyse it. Id rather wish they were never found at al, than seing or reading that they chopped bigfoot up just to check what he was.
@Phlamingho (7831)
• Denmark
10 Dec 07
Sounds interesting, unfortuantly we don't have that channel in my country. I'm not sure if I believe in all those stories, but then again the stoires have to come from somewhere right? :-)
• United States
11 Dec 07
I figure at least some of the eyewitness accounts are probably true. Some people probably make them up just to get attention.
@ozzie13 (177)
• Australia
11 Jan 08
Cool. sounds interesting i dont really believe in lol monsters, but i would love to hear the facts to back the stories and then make my own opinion, i'll be tuning in thanks.
@lynd0n (226)
• Philippines
16 Dec 07
I really enjoy those kinds of shows. It's sad that we don't have The History Channel here. Does anyone know where I could download documentaries like that?