The Truth About the History Channel Swamp People

In 2012, “Swamp People” cast member Mitchell Guist died of natural causes at just 47 while working on the construction of his houseboat. Guist was a favorite on the show at the time, along with his brother and co-worker Glenn Guist. “The two were inseparable,” said “Swamp People” executive producer Brian Catalina. CNN. “These guys were born in the same house they both lived in until yesterday. They were two peas for sure. Neither had ever married. They were as brothers as you could be. “

Besides Guist, several other cast members left an indelible mark on “Swamp People” viewers. Although the cast changes throughout each season of the show, those likely to make an appearance in the 13th season, which is set to premiere January 27 on the History Channel, include Troy Landry, Chase Landry, Jacob Landry, Pickle Wheat, Willie Edwards, “Little Willie” Edwards, Ronnie Adams, Ashley Jones, Holden Landry and more, according to Meow.

Prior to landing a spot on the show, Jones struggled to overcome depression caused by a miscarriage. She felt like there was something missing in her life until her husband took her hunting. “My advice to any guy dating someone who isn’t hunting – take it,” Jones told the Bugle register. “It can bring out something in them that they didn’t know. It changed my life. It saved my life. It really does.”