Saturday, June 8, 2013

Bad Bad Thing Award Goes to 'Call of the Wildman' for Staging Snake Scene

By Kirby Robinson

Animal Planet's
Call of the Wildman

 Say it's not so A&E along with the BIO Channel caught faking paranormal shows. Now the Animal Planet hit show Call of the Wildman, caught faking stuff and that's a bad bad thing.

No, it's not a staged dead time. Some paranormal investigator isn't caught opening doors and pounding on walls. Instead, Animal Planet has joined the ranks of networks allowing fake reality shows.

Ernie Brown Jr. a/k/a "Turtleman" host of the show Call of the Wildman was caught staging a scene for the sole purpose of ratings. and that's a BAD BAD THING. Here's the story:

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As a turkey hunter for 40 some odd years I found the "Wildman" episode where he caught the wild gobbler by hand to be the most pitiful example of this show's deception, followed closely by the one with the tame lab rats in the old house that fell out of the ceiling on the wildman, and then milled around the room at his feet. If you have ever been around a "wild" rat, you know that they do not behave in this way.