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Treacherous terrain and unforgiving natural elements are big reasons why people go missing in Alaska more often than elsewhere, but some believe blame lies with monsters roaming the Alaska Triangle. From Juneau/Yakutat in the south, to the Barrow Range in the north, to Anchorage in south central, cryptic creatures are said to shift trees with ease, psychically create seismic activity, or decapitate humans with one bite. Alaska Monsters follows the Midnight Sons, outdoorsmen who use modern technology to hunt and trap beings like the saberwolf, otterman and northern giant.
The Alaska Midnight Sons travel to Coldfoot, Alaska in subzero temperatures to hunt down the Siberian Giant, a notorious Yeti, reportedly responsible for the Dyatlov Pass Massacre of 9 hikers in Russia.
The Alaska Midnight Sons head near Denali National Park to investigate one of the tallest and most aggressive Bigfoots they have ever gone after. This extremely territorial Bigfoot is responsible for terrorizing multiple cabin owners in the area.
The Alaska Midnight Sons head to a dog mushing community near Tok, Alaska to investigate a Bigfoot that has been stalking dogs in the dead of winter. The team builds an oversized dog kennel trap to try to capture this Bigfoot.
The Alaska Midnight Sons trespass on gold claims to investigate a Bigfoot reported to be responsible for the notorious unsolved murders in the Cache Creek mining area. But after a shocking discovery, the team realizes there may be more than one Bigfoot.
The AMS head outside the Alaska Triangle to investigate an aggressive Bigfoot that is reported to be water based. It has been witnessed on both land and water, meaning the team must use speedboats, kayaks, and water traps to capture this elusive creature.
The Alaska Midnight Sons head into dangerous bear country to investigate a creature known as Thunderfoot. This Bigfoot is reported to have the largest feet of any known Bigfoot, and has been attacking grizzly bears.
The AMS team returns to Zone 9 of the Alaska Triangle, to investigate an aggressive Bigfoot responsible for slaughtering livestock. The Team finds evidence of a deformed Bigfoot that is damaging the farms and must design an enormous trap to capture it.
The AMS team travels to the woods of Copper Valley to investigate a group of tree dwelling Bigfoot sightings. After discovering a dangerous alpha Bigfoot leading this tree clan, the Team designs a Bed of Nails Trap to capture the aggressive leader.
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