Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 25th, 2011
I have been informed that the two segments filmed at the International Cryptozoology Museum for Mysteries at the Museum will be on the Travel Channel during the Fall of 2011, specifically on October 11 (“Maine Mutant”) and October 25 (“Yeti Scat”).
The “Maine Mutant” episode involved the Terror of Turner found in 2006, near Turner, Maine, on Route 4. It was broadcast earlier this month.
The Terror of Turner’s creator, reporter Mark LaFlamme, handles the museum’s prize sample.
The “Yeti Scat” segment is about the 1959 Nepalese fecal material collected by the Tom Slick-F. Kirk Johnson Snowman Expedition, which has been in the news so much, of late.
Museums At The Museum is a program that has high production values. They taped at the International Cryptozoology Museum for 13 hours for two separate episodes, which will end up as a couple six minute segments. Needless to say, the Tom Slick story, in relationship to his search for the Abominable Snowmen of Nepal, is what they are highlighting for their “Yeti Scat” segment.