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Join us Tuesday night March 31, 2015 at 9pm eastern as we welcome "Trapper" John Tice to the show! As I'm sure many of you already know, John is one the crew members from "Mountain Monsters" as seen on the Destination America channel. Also, John is going to be a speaker at the upcoming 2015 Creature Weekend taking place from May 1-3, 2015 at Salt Fork State Park in Ohio. John really enjoys speaking with his fans, so we will be opening up the phone lines for callers. Be keep your questions and comments brief so we can try to get to as many callers as possible. The call in number is 347-237-5070.
In Episode 1 of this 2 part series, RadioWild hosts Chris Anderson and Alan Lacy talk with former US Fish and Wildlife Trapper Stan Thomas. Learn his perspectives on predators and how we can live among them, as well as wildlife in general. This is an important topic to discuss and delve into, gaining a better understanding of all stakeholders involved in the Great Predator Debate Film Series.
America's Most Haunted Radio, hosted by Eric Olsen and Haunted Housewife Theresa Argie, is delighted to talk with Trapper John Tice of MOUNTAIN MONSTERS tonight at 10pE!
MOUNTAIN MONSTERS, Destination America's wildly popular cryptid adventure show, now in season 3, airing at 10/9c on Saturday nights, follows an expert team of native West Virginia hunters and trappers as they defend Appalachia from mysterious creatures that have spawned fear and defied capture for generations.
This season they are zeroed in on Bigfoot, who goes by many names throughout the region including Wildman and Midnight Whistler, but they're all big, hairy, and scary. It's beards vs beasts as our grizzled team, the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS), led by Trapper John Tice, is out to "prove the existence of Bigfoot in Appalachia."
The men of AIMS have spent their entire lives navigating the backcountry, surviving off the land, and practicing do-it-yourself resourcefulness. Putting a lifetime of training to the test, the AIMS team investigates, tracks, and attempts to trap evasive cryptids in an epic battle between man and monster.
As Destination America's most successful series ever, MOUNTAIN MONSTERS is getting the chat-about-me treatment with the online Behind the Hunt aftershow. Trapper and the gang answer questions about the monsters, and talk terrifying moments on the hunt and what goes on when the cameras aren’t rolling.
MOUNTAIN MONSTERS, Destination America's wildly popular cryptid adventure show now in season 2, follows a team of expert hunters and trappers as they defend Appalachia from mysterious creatures that have spawned countless sightings in the region for generations.
It's beards vs beasts as legendary local creatures like the Hellhound, Yahoo, Fire Dragon, and Hogzilla may not be just old wives tales, and the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS) team, led by Trapper John Tice, is in hot pursuit to prove it.
As native sons of West Virginia, the men of AIMS have spent their entire lives navigating the backcountry, surviving off the land, and practicing do-it-yourself resourcefulness in a land where time stands still. Putting a lifetime of training to the test, the AIMS team investigates, tracks, and attempts to trap these evasive creatures in an epic battle between man and monster in the 14 new episodes of season 2, airing at 10p/9c on Friday nights.
As Destination America's most successful series ever, MOUNTAIN MONSTERS is getting the chat-about-me treatment with Mountain Monsters: Behind the Hunt after show. Go behind the scenes of each episode with Trapper and the gang as they answer questions about the monsters, their most terrifying moments on the hunt, and what goes on when the cameras aren’t rolling.
Join America's Most Haunted Radio at 10pE on Tuesday as we talk with MOUNTAIN MONSTERS star and AIMS leader Trapper John Tice.
Join Elusive1 & Henry May as they welcome John “Trapper” Tice to the show, Trapper is the AIMS Co-Founder, Team Leader, Expert Trapper
Trapper is a lifelong hunter and tracker and team leader of AIMS (Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings). This seasoned outdoorsman and US Veteran was born and raised in the mountains of West Virginia and has devoted his life to explaining the unexplainable throughout the Appalachian Region. And is on Mountain Monsters on Destination America.
The Bauman story comes from President Theodore Roosevelt's 1892 book, The Wilderness Hunter, which describes an encounter between an ape-man and a young frontiersman named Bauman. According to Roosevelt, Bauman and his partner were trapping along a remote stretch of Montana's Wisdom River sometime in the mid-19th century. After building a lean-to and making camp in what seemed like an ideal spot for game, the two men began setting their traps. When they returned, they found their packs had been rummaged and their shanty torn down. Undaunted, the men set about reconstructing their wilderness abode.
According to Roosevelt's book, that night Bauman was awakened by the sound of rustling and the foul stench of a wild beast. He immediately rose up and fired a shot, and then heard something tearing off through the woods. He and his partner were unnerved by this and decided to abandon the camp at the first light of dawn.
Come morning, the two split up so that Bauman could gather the traps while his partner made camp downriver. Sadly, both would not make it home alive. When Bauman arrived at the new campsite, he found his partner sprawled on the ground with his necked snapped and a set of bite marks on his throat. He knew at once that the menacing forest beast was responsible, according to the story. The horrific sight sent him running — rifle in hand — never to return to the spot again. By the time he told his story to Roosevelt, Bauman was a very old man.
Tonight I speak to Brian who haad a very up close and personal encounter with a Sasquatch as a child. He talks about one of these creatures walking up on him and his friend in the middle of the night, Brian states "It had yellow eyeshine and the hands were like a catchers mitt..."
If you have had an encounter, email me email@example.com
With a distinctive landscape of dense woods, murky lakes, and hidden valleys stretching the length of the eastern U.S., the Appalachian region is a hotbed for creatures both legendary and as yet unidentified.
Wolfman, Devil Dog, Grassman, Wampus Beast, Mothman, Lizard Demon – for generations, these mysterious monsters have spawned countless sightings in the 1500-mile long mountain chain.
Now in Destination America’s new series MOUNTAIN MONSTERS, Saturdays at 10pE, a band of hardcore hunters and trappers native to West Virginia and known as The Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS) is at the ready to identify and snare these shadowy figures.
Having spent a lifetime with the mountain wilderness as their home, hobby, and hunting ground, the AIMS and its founder John “Trapper” Tice expertly tap into their backwoods ingenuity using both traditional techniques and modern technology to capture the supernatural beast.
Jeff Stewart (Cryptohulk) was born in Carthage Tx and raised in the Sabine River bottoms.
Jeff attended Tenaha High School and graduated from there in 1990.
After graduation he attended Baptist Christian College on an athletic scholarship for football and also has further educational studies from The University of Colorado, Harcourt College of Veterinary Technology and Panola College. He studied Animal Science, Wildlife resources, Theology, Electronics and Veterinary Technician.Jeff Stewart known to most as the "Cryptohulk" is a Cryptozoologist and wildlife expert who was born in East Texas and raised in the Sabine River bottoms. Regarded by many as one of the top wildlife experts in Texas, he is an expert in recognition of wildlife calls and sounds and is an expert tracker, trapper and hunter. Jeff Stewert if also a very talented writer.
Appearances include Monsters and Mysteries in America, Survivorman Bigfoot and Finding Bigfoot while Jeff also has been featured on over 100 podcasts and is a regular guest on Moore Outdoors with Chester Moore on KLVI AM radio in Beaumont Tx. Jeff spends most days in the river bottoms of Eastern Texas investigating the strange weird tales which come from every corner of East Texas. Jeff is also an ordained minister and Demonologist. Jeff is the co-creator of Monsters Mysteries and Mayhem on Facebook and www.monstercrypto.com.
Jonelle Allen is an American actress, singer, and dancer.
Born in New York City, Allen grew up in Harlem's Sugar Hill in a neighborhood that included Duke Ellington, Sonny Rollins, and Johnny Hodges, and NAACP founder Walter White. She made her Broadway debut at the age of six in The Wisteria Trees, Joshua Logan's Americanized adaptation of The Cherry Orchard starring Helen Hayes. As a child, she also made regular appearances on a local children's television series, The Merry Mailman, hosted by Ray Heatherton.
Allen returned to Broadway for a revival of Finian's Rainbow. She was in the cast of the original off-Broadway production of Hair at Joseph Papp's Public Theater and also appeared in George M! before receiving critical acclaim and a Tony Award nomination for Two Gentlemen of Verona, which earned her New York Drama Critics' Circle, Drama Desk, Theatre World, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance. Despite her success, it proved to be her last Broadway appearance to date.
Allen's film credits include Cotton Comes to Harlem, The Hotel New Hampshire, and The River Niger, for which she won an NAACP Image Award. Other television appearances include Barney Miller, The Love Boat, All in the Family, Trapper John, M.D., Hill Street Blues, Cagney and Lacey, ER, and Girlfriends. She played a lesbian prison inmate in the 1975 television movie Cage Without a Key, which starred Susan Dey.
Her most notable roles are Grace, the entrepreneurial cafe owner in the old west, that she played for seven years on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, as well as the flamboyant and outspoken Doreen Jackson on the NBC soap opera, Generations and Lucinda Cavender, the vampire witch in the horror comedy film The Midnight Hour. Before her role of Doreen on Generations, Jonelle played ambitious salesgirl turned boutique manager Stacey Russell, on the short-lived primetime soap, Berrenger's.