Members of the Dadzilla Father Of The Monsters Vintage Shirt Appalachian investigation team of mysterious spectacles (AIMS) have returned.
Tonight, the “Mountain Monster” returns to West Virginia on the Tourist Channel to discover if there are still wolves in the mountains around the Tygart Valley.
The start of the Dadzilla Father Of The Monsters Vintage Shirt seventh season of the reality show on the search for the strange creature continues after the death of group founder John “Trapper” Tice, who was also the center of the show.
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Tice died in December 2019, shortly after the end of season six.
It’s a big step forward without him, but TV producer Colt Straub says “Mountain Monsters” has long learned to adapt.
“I think if the show is a copy of what we did in the first season, then we will be on the air,” he said. “We’re too formulated – and in fact, one monster per week and the pool will eventually run out.”
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“Mountain Monsters” and the group AIMS led by Tice first aired in 2013.
The show follows a group of colorful characters as they research, follow, and try to capture or prove existence. Who’s Who’s among astonishing creatures, including Bigfoot, werewolf, Hogzilla and Mothman of Point Pleasant.
Straub said part of what makes the Dadzilla Father Of The Monsters Vintage Shirt show so special is the cast. The audience can relate to them. They are real people.
“Here’s a bunch of people you want to hang out with,” he said. “They feel like your uncle, your dad, your troubles. They are very real. ”
Manufacturers added,” That is not something you can fake, and I think that is why the program has been successful as it has. ”
Straub doesn’t take it too seriously that AIMS provides them with a platform to show what they do. The team started almost a decade before cameras started shooting with Tice, trap builder Willy McQuillian and researcher Jeff Headlee, who set out on their way to find the monster on their own.
“Trapper has a lifelong fascination with cryptography and inexplicable things,” Straub said. “He is the most knowledgeable about outdoor activities I’ve ever talked to, not to mention the time spent with. I think he’s haunted by all the cryptid stuff and gathers this team around him.