Mar 21

Rob Lowe and his sons are going to hunt Bigfoot for A&E

avclub writes “In what could literally be the coolest attempt to force familial bonding ever conceived, Rob Lowe is going to start traveling around the country with his two sons as they try and solve mysteries like a dog-less Scooby Doo, and just in case that’s not exciting enough, the whole adventure is being filmed for a TV show. The series will be called The Lowe Files, and it’s just been picked up by A&E for a nine-episode order that will begin airing at some point this summer.

According to a press release, Lowe has always been curious about “infamous unsolved mysteries,” and though that phrase could mean a lot of different things, in this case it specifically means supernatural stuff like Bigfoot, UFOs, and other “creepy and bizarre” stories. The press release also says that the Lowes will visit “an alien base located 2,000 feet underwater,” they’ll work with “a renowned shaman at Preston Castle,” they’ll explore “an abandoned boys reformatory” in hopes of talking to ghosts, and they’ll train with “a top-secret government operative in methods of Remote Viewing.” Most of all, though, they’ll “create lasting memories” that are probably way cooler than anything you’ve ever done with your dad—who, it’s worth pointing out, is almost definitely not TV’s Rob Lowe.”

16 Responses to “Rob Lowe and his sons are going to hunt Bigfoot for A&E”

        • Jeffrey H

          Sorry, hit the post button by accident. Cliff from Finding Bigfoot told me where the closest place for Bigfoot’s around where Lowe lives and it’s not close. That’s why he and his family will probably be traveling to other areas. I say why not! Lowe may show us areas that we aren’t familiar with that could bring attention not only to Bigfoot activity but other creatures that are coming through the thinning vail. Creatures like Dogman that most people weren’t familiar with 5 years ago. Goatman, same thing. Then the creature that looks like a cross between a man and a bat. Hopefully Rob & his sons will find something of great interest! He wouldn’t be sitting in one place which might just help! All the best to the Lowe family in their venture, be safe!

          • Paula B

            I agree, I’ve always liked his work as an actor. He’s a smart man, and this could be very entertaining…which is all it needs to be!

  1. Lisa H

    Love this show! didn’t know anything about Rob Lowe until I read his memoir a few years ago, great read. Can’t wait to see what he brings to this subject. I’m not judging till I experience it. Who knows!

  2. Rob C

    Looking forward to it, Rob Lowe has always been a decent guy. Hopefully it will be similar to Paranormal Highway with Ozzie Osborne’s son a few years ago. That show was unique but they took it off the air after only 12 episodes.

  3. stephen P

    The fact he is doing it would indicate that Rob thinks there is a high probability that Sasquatch is a real creature. I think all this stuff is a good thing really. Bring ‘bigfoot to the masses’. It’s like Finding Bigfoot, in that it legitimises bigfoot, studying it, researching it and stops the stigmatizing of people who experience this creature.
    It’s publicity for the subject really. Lets not be snobs about it,because if things are to change about public opinion and perception of this enigma, the Finding Bigfoots, Mountain Monsters, Killing bigfoots, whatever, have a role to play, because like it or not, they get people listening and interested and in turn talking about it.

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