By Kirby Robinson
"Call of the Wildman"
for Bringing Snakes to the Pool
Earlier this month we wrote: 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. That's a BAD BAD THING.
June 27, 2013 - Here's the UPDATED story:
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