John Trapper Tice Passed Away | Obituary:
Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings, John Trapper Trice of Mountain Monsters is dead. Trapper passed away Monday, December 16, 2019 at the age of 72.
Trapper appeared in over 50 episodes of the TV series “Mountain Monsters;” and has earned a good living out of it. By 2019, John ‘Trapper’ Tice had an estimated net worth of 1 Million U.S. Dollars. Some authoritative show also claims that he is being paid over 20,000 U.S. Dollars salary per episode.
The television series Mountain Monsters first aired on June 22, 2013.
Mountain Monsters John Trapper Tice Cause of Death
Mountain Monsters, John Tice cause of death is not yet learnt. It is really sad news that the renowned cryptozoologist John Trapper has passed.
DeadDeath.com learnt about his passing through social media announcement of his death by Zach D. Starrick (Aka Southern Outlaw).
Trapper was a lifelong hunter and tracker and team leader of AIMS (Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings). This seasoned outdoorsman and US Veteran was born and raised in the mountains of West Virginia and has devoted his life to explaining the unexplainable throughout the Appalachian Region.
Mountain Monsters Trapper Founded A.I.M.S
The A.I.M.S. team are a self-styled cryptozoology research team founded by West Virginians John “Trapper” Tice, Jeff Headlee, and Willy McQuillian. Their goal is to prove the existence of mysterious creatures such as Bigfoot, Werewolf, Hellhound, Lizard Man, and Mothman.
The episodes normally begin with Trapper, Jeff, Huckleberry, and Buck discussing the specific creature they are hunting on the way to the location where the creature was spotted. They then meet with eyewitnesses who have encountered the creature, giving the team an idea of where to conduct an initial night investigation to find evidence of the creature being in the area.
About John Tice a.k.a Mountain Monsters Trapper
John Tice AKA Trapper was born in West Virginia, in 1947. He has not revealed much about his parents; however, we do know that his father was the one who made a tough kid out of him at a very tender age.
A rural boy, it was a natural feature that allowed him to easily navigate the dark woods and chase whatever the call was. Furthermore, Tice dedicated his life to explaining the inexplicable in the entire Appalachian region.
“Sad day. I was just informed that my hero and fellow cryptozoologist John “Trapper” Tice of A.I.M.S. (Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings) passed away last night. You will be missed Trapper. Thank you for being my friend.”
Sad day. I was just informed that my hero and fellow cryptozoologist John “Trapper” Tice of A.I.M.S. (Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings) passed away last night. You will be missed Trapper. Thank you for being my friend. ??? pic.twitter.com/ESpkpftI8K
— Zach D. Starrick (Aka Southern Outlaw) (@SIMHest2015) December 17, 2019