Posted by: Loren Coleman on August 19th, 2009
New, never before broadcast…
MonsterQuest: TIGERS IN THE SUBURBS
Wednesday August 19th 2009 at 9 PM Eastern / 8 PM Central on HISTORY, then again, at 1 AM Eastern.
Large cats are prowling parts of America and they may have a taste for flesh. Witnesses in New York State say they are seeing big black cats that may be stalking and killing the deer population. However, from the big cat family, only jaguars and leopards appear black and neither species is native to the eastern United States. Is the mind, as skeptics suggest, simply playing tricks? Or could dangerous escaped exotic cats be on the loose? An all star MonsterQuest team of trackers, scientists and technicians deploys the latest in surveillance equipment in search of proof of whatever monster is out there – before it kills.
Quite by coincidence, considering the recent alleged feral dog pack killing of the Georgia couple, the following episode of the program is being repeated at 8 PM Eastern and then again at Midnight:
MonsterQuest : The Real Cujo
Dogs are known as man’s best friend, but now canines are striking fear into many who report attacks by predatory packs. Originally descended from wolves, domesticated dogs were brought to the United States 12,000 years ago and used as aggressive protectors. Today, more and more dogs are being turned loose on the streets and returning to their wild roots. These feral dogs are attacking people. Now, MonsterQuest launches a search to follow these ferals, using state of the art cameras to uncover where they live and how dangerous they are to man.