Documentary Series “On The Trail Of Bigfoot” Delves Into The History Of The Legendary Beast

April 13, 2019

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

Kelli Marchman McNeely - Horror Fuel CEO & Executive Producer Email: [email protected]

 

 

 

 

Bigfoot has been a thing of legend for centuries and the hunt for the beast with huge feet still continues to this day. Seth Breedlove‘s documentary “On the Trail of Bigfoot” delves into the mythology surrounding the beast and the science used to search for him. The six-episode series was filmed in fourteen U.S. states and features over twenty interviews with witnesses, investigators, historians, and researchers on the American legend.

On the Trail of Bigfoot” walks viewers through the history of the Bigfoot phenomenon, starting with the earliest known reports of apelike creatures in the 1800s and bringing them all the way up to the modern day.
During the filming of the nearly three-hour series, Breedlove experienced numerous unusual incidents and even managed to capture some mysterious eyeshine watching his camp from a nearby hillside. Along the way, he was joined by skeptics, Bigfoot enthusiasts and those intent on solving the mystery once and for all. Over the course of six episodes, the series examines every aspect of one of America’s most enduring legends, from decades of alleged sightings of terrifying monsters in middle America to the ongoing search to find proof of the creature’s existence.
In the documentary, Seth Breedlove travels from coast to coast, visiting fourteen states, and interviewing two dozen individuals who take part in the hunt for what most people regard as a myth. Along the way, the evidence is offered in the form of footprint casts, hair samples, strange recorded sounds and even video of what is purported to be a Bigfoot. From the forests of the Pacific Northwest to the hills of Pennsylvania to deep southern swamps and the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, Breedlove joins investigators seeking to prove the creature’s existence:
 “On the Trail of Bigfoot” is now available on Amazon Instant Video, Vimeo OnDemand, and VIDI Space, as well as DVD.

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