The team travels to southern Illinois to check out ongoing local reports of bigfoots in the Land of Lincoln. They hook up with Stan Courtney, a bigfoot audio specialist -- whom Cliff describes as a leader in his field (and a model scientist). Listening to the recordings, the group hears a lot of coyotes, and Ranae doesn't hear anything that she doesn't think are local animals: coyotes, dogs, cows. Stan believes that some of the sounds are bigfoots trying to imitate other animasl; Ranae and Bobo are skeptical. (It seems like little evidence for a microphone running 24/7.) The show then settles into its normal format: night investigation, camp out (Ranae), town hall meeting, witness interviews, and final night investigation.
Ranae ends up camping out in the woods near a (haunted) cemetery near where witnesses thought a tree had been snapped by a bigfoot. In the morning, she looks at the snapped tree, and concludes that the break looks natural. She then uses a glider to scout the countryside to try and find the best bigfoot habitat in the area. To lure the bigfoots out in the team's second night investigation, Cliff plays electric guitar. (Really? Is this science? They're doing more of this stuff lately, and I have to ask: Would this work for luring out gorillas?) They hear knocks, which to some of the team always means sasquatch are near by. But to me, it means another show with no finding of bigfoot.