I just want to say ahead of time that I do not represent Josh Gates by saying any of this. I say it as a highly observant fan who has been running this fan site for nearly 10 years AND has a Journalism degree.
So, there's this show on Netflix called "Top 10 Secrets & Mysteries" and for fans of "Destination Truth" and Joshua Gates, it's no secret that there is a mystery as to why this show feels the need to not credit an explorer or scientist properly for their important discoveries?
This issue was brought to my attention by quite a few fans, as displayed in the screenshot. This poorly-rated Netflix show (not an option - the show is rating less than 2 Stars by viewers) single handedly insulted two explorers.
In Episode 2 of Season 1 of this program, they show footage from "DT" from when Josh, along with his crew, finds and casts what is believed to be a Yeti footprint in Nepal. The problem is that they caption the footage of the interview with Josh as him being "Steve Berry". The problem is, Berry is a British man (BRITISH MAN, not American) who runs a trekking company who took photos of what he believes are Yeti tracks in the snow. Two entirely different scenarios, two entirely different men, and two entirely different pieces of evidence. So...
So the question here is why for the makers of this episode, with a long list of Executive Producers such as Michael Tear of WildBear Entertainment, as well as Martin Case of KM Records, plus Danny Wilk and John Loew of Big Media, and Petr Vachler of Vachler Art Company, would practice such lackadaisical journalism and film making? Do you blame your Producers, your Creative Director, the Creative Supervisor, the Production Managers, the Production Accountant, the Script Writers, the Script Adaptation crew, the Editors, the Graphic Designers, the Post-Production crew, the Online Editors, those in Legal and Business Affairs, the Chief Operating Officer, the Head of Production, or those who bought the stock footage?
My point is that it is blatantly obvious that despite a sizable staff who made this special and plenty of resources, you insulted not only Josh Gates by failing to give him credit for his hard work in making this cryptic-related discovery (as well as his crew and the production company that produced the special), but you also insulted Mr. Berry.
What do you fellow fans think? I have seen quite a few unhappy fellow fans when they came across this, and I'm sure I'll continue to see comments on it, as long as it's on Netflix.