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Bigfoot reality show offers $10M prize

Oct. 26, 2012 at 7:55 PM   |   Comments

NEW YORK, Oct. 26 (UPI) -- America's Spike TV is teaming up with Lloyd's of London to offer a $10 million prize to reality show participants who can prove Bigfoot exists.

The network announced its new one-hour reality show, "10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty," Thursday.

The series will feature "ambitious teams of explorers on a brazen exhibition to unearth real evidence of Bigfoot's existence," producers said in a news release.

The $10 million, underwritten by Lloyd's of London, would be the largest cash prize in television history.

"The teams will be faced with the daunting task of proving to a group of experts that Bigfoot, the hairy ape-like sasquatch, exists with the irrefutable evidence. The winner will be the first team to secure proof -- and win the unprecedented $10 million bounty," a synopsis said. "Each episode will follow the different teams as they ply their extensive research and presumed knowledge of the legendary creature, often battling nature's inhospitable conditions. The series will be shot in various locations throughout the [United States]."

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