MonsterQuest uses the latest high-tech equipment to take a scientific look at legendary creatures around the world. Believers, skeptics and scientists will weigh in, but what will the evidence reveal?
Follow an expedition to tag the first great white in the Atlantic. Divers attach a camera to a live great white shark to examine why these monsters are becoming more aggressive predators.
Legends of a terrifying monster lurking in the back hills of Kentucky date back to the days of Daniel Boone, but encounters with this mystery beast are increasing. New photographic evidence may uncover the mystery.
Giant pythons have been spreading rapidly in Florida since 1992's Hurricane Andrew.
More than 50 years ago, South American scientists attempted to cross-breed bees that would produce more honey than ever before possible, and these giant bees are on the loose.
In 1967, a giant winged monster reportedly terrorized the skies over a small town in West Virginia, ending in a bridge collapse that killed forty-six. Since then the Mothman has become an omen of doom and death.
The Amazon has been home to piranhas, said to mutilate swimmers with their teeth that cut through flesh and bone. Now, these deadly monsters are appearing in US lakes and rivers.
In the fall of 1952, witnesses in West Virginia, reportedly encountered a human-like beast with reptilian skin. Some claimed it was the result of mistaken identity and cold war hysteria; but now as sightings continue.
Ancient petroglyphs in the Sierra Nevada Mountains depict footprints left by frightening packs of hairy man-like beasts. Are there territorial packs of Sasquatch in California?