In each U.S. state, stories of monsters living amongst us have been used to scare children and warn sinners away from misbehavior. But which of these bogeymen brings the biggest fright? In the two-hour Tubi special SCARIEST MONSTERS IN AMERICA, we’re counting down the top ten creatures in the country. From a horrifying home invader to a cunning cannibal, we’ll uncover evidence of each larger-than-life beast to determine, once and for all, which monster is the most deserving of state bragging rights.
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