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'Bones' 6.18 Preview: Murder Behind Mysterious Creature Myth

April 8, 2011 (4:20 am) GMT
Booth and Brennan are exploring 'the dark side' to seek the truth in a case related to the mythic Chupacabra.
'Bones' 6.18 Preview: Murder Behind Mysterious Creature Myth

Booth and Brennan are playing around with a myth to uncover the truth behind the murder of a mythbuster television show host in the next episode of "". When the remains are found in the wilderness, it appears that the victim has been killed by the mythic Chupacabra, a reptile-mammal hybrid creature whose existence has not been confirmed.

The team soon learns that the victim traveled to the remote West Virginian area to debunk the Chupacabra myth, and they interrogate possible suspects, including a rival wilderness-channel host/cryptozoologist/pet psychic. But when a tape is recovered at the crime scene and peculiar tooth marks are found in the victim's remains, the team learns details about the victim's demise that challenge the original theories surrounding his death.

Meanwhile, recovering alcoholic squint Vincent Nigel-Murray makes amends with each member of the team and makes some surprising confessions. Jo Anne Worley and Ryan Cartwright are guest starring as the pet psychic and Nigel-Murray respectively.

"The Truth in the Myth" will air Thursday, April 14 on Fox, followed by "Finder" which serves as a backdoor pilot of the series a week later.



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