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Finding Bigfoot 10 Seasons 2012

Season 2
3.8 out of 5 stars (32) IMDb 4.2/10

The Bigfoot Field Research Organization team is back at it again on the hunt for the legendary Bigfoot. Watch as they travel from Canada to Rhode Island, using new techniques and battling the elements in hopes of finding some proof or evidence that he really does exist.

Starring:
Ken Scott, Jonathan Hanrahan

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1. Baby Bigfoot

The team heads to New York to investigate video of an alleged baby bigfoot. When locals report bigfoot activity in the neighboring woods, the teams tries a new search method in hopes of finding bigfoots near the Big Apple.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 2, 2012
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2. Big Rhodey

The investigators go to Rhode Island to examine video of a roadside sighting of a bigfoot. They learn that this unexplored area has a wealth of sasquatch activity and hope to prove that this small state is hiding bigfoots.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 8, 2012
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3. Peeping Bigfoot

The team heads to Minnesota to investigate intriguing howls recorded at an infamous bigfoot hotspot. They go deep into the wild, hot on the trail of bigfoots rumored to be bigger and bolder than any other on earth.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 15, 2012
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4. Canadian Bigfoot, Eh?

The team travels to Canada to investigate a unique bigfoot encounter caught on tape. The team zeroes in on the Canadian Rockies is search of what may be the most territorial sasquatches on earth.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 22, 2012
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5. Buckeye Bigfoot

The team travels to Ohio to investigate an alleged close encounter with a bigfoot caught on tape. They assemble a group of volunteers to search a notorious forest for evidence in hopes of proving bigfoots exist in Ohio.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 29, 2012
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6. Virginia is for Bigfoot Lovers

The bigfoot team heads to Virginia to investigate video the locals are dubbing "The Beast of Gumhill." With new reports from the town hall meeting, the team uses a unique search technique to prove this elusive beast is real.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: February 12, 2012
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7. Moonshine and Bigfoot

The team travels to Kentucky to investigate a piece of footage that seems to show the glowing eyes of a bigfoot. With locals reporting activity in Daniel Boone National Forest, the team tries a new search technique to see there really are bigfoots in KY.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: February 19, 2012
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8. Hoosier Bigfoot

The team travels to Indiana to investigate footage that purports to show a bigfoot in daylight. With sightings reported around Morgan-Monroe State Forest, the team lights up the sky in a new technique to prove bigfoots do call the Hoosier State home.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 4, 2012
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9. Holy Cow, It's Bigfoot

A mysterious video and reports from Utah State University help the team to determine that bigfoots have lived in the mountainous state for decades. Hoping to corner a squatch, they invite a witness to help in their final night investigation.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 11, 2012
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Documentary
Starring Ken Scott, Jonathan Hanrahan
Supporting actors Matt Moneymaker, Cliff Barackman, James Fay, Ranae Holland, Lyle Blackburn, Craig Woolheater
Season year 2012
Network Animal Planet
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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We love the show and will buy them all as they become available. The only reason I gave this a 3 is because there is only like five episodes on this DVD and the first Vol. 1 we ordered had two disc and 10 or 12 episodes and I think they were at the time we bought them the same price. It is still great having the shows but would rather have more than 5 episodes on one disc. I thought season 2 was longer than that.
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I think $20 for 4 episodes is a bit expensive. Season 2 is suppose to be 10 episodes. This DVD is only one disk and only 4 episides. I found it misleading.
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this dvd only had four shows from season two. I thought season two had more shows. the shows were good but I expected the entire season on this dvd. for that reason i'm only giving this dvd three stars.
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A baby Bigfoot hanging in a tree in Upstate New York at some hippie festival. The Abominable Snowman shows himself in the middle of Rhode Island suburbia. The BFRO uses more and more unusual research techniques to get to the bottom of the mystery: caged baboons, radio-controlled deer models, fireworks, pre-recorded sounds of crying babies... And yes, they have a strong penchant for ATV's and amphibious vehicles.

Yepp, "Finding Bigfoot" is back with a new season. What more can I say? This surreality show is squatchy as hell!
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FINDING BIGFOOT is awfully scattered about on Amazon ~ so I'm doing a generic review for several of them.

This has become one of my favorite shows. It does me no harm nor embarrasses me to compare the show to Cousteau's work or Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom with the equally great Marlin Perkins. Here, the explorers except one are amateurs. "Bobo" Fay, a man I know I recognize from TV or film from his work as a stuntman, is great comic relief and a Sasquatch believer extraordinaire.

Matt Moneymaker, who may or may not have relatives in my hometown, is the self-proclaimed "leader" (the others lashed him over that mistake, since they consider themselves co-workers/equals). Ranae Holland, a lady I admire deeply, is the scientist (a field biologist who used to study birds, I think). The last good fellow is Cliff Barackman.

Cliff Barackman is the reticent fellow--talks the least but works just as hard. This team comprises the Bigfoot Field Research Organization (hope I got that right, I always reverse "field" and "research" but I am accustomed to the arrangement "field research"). They go to particular places, meet with the witnesses town-meeting style, then get to investigating the three most credible witnesses.

All of that is basically what the show is; however, I compare it to the other great shows of my youth because these folks are going out and doing the work those Old School greats also did for TV. One day, I know it will occur, they'll find and film a real Sasquatch. Some may disagree with me, but I believe Roger Patterson's 1967 film is the only authenticated and proved documentary of a real Sasquatch.

In the first season, you may witness squabbles.
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My kids love watching this show, so it's great to get a good price on a whole season worth of episodes that we can watch on our Roku, computer or Kindle Fire any time. Quality is good and we love the "no commercials".
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I always love Finding bigfoot. This season is even better than the first! I hope they continue with more and more seasons.
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What do you expect, the team categorically comfirming the existence of Bigfoot? I have purchased S1 and 2, and it's been great entertainment. I have enjoyed all episodes but there were times when you shake your head thinking "that is just plain silly". I will buy S3, but only as a stand-alone item for under 20 bucks. The Amazon TV-pass price is way too expensive. Photographs, films, testimonies are subject to trickery, misidentification and hoax, P-G film not included.
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