Mitchell Guist, one of the happy-go-lucky stars of the hit reality TV show "Swamp People," has died.
Guist appeared on the show with his brother, Glenn. Their History Channel biography
says: "Swampers through and through, Glenn and Mitchell Guist were born
and raised on the bayou and live entirely off the land. These brothers
are always up to something, whether it’s hunting for their dinner or
making use of everything nature has to offer."
According to Sheriff Mike Waguespack,
who spoke to WRBZ Louisiana, Guist was in his boat along the Belle
River when he apparently fell. Witnesses say he appeared to have been
suffering from a seizure.
"Swamp People" has been a hit for the History Channel. Currently in
its third season, the show focuses on the lives of alligator hunters in
rural Louisiana. The Guist brothers joined the cast in the second
There is no official word yet on Guist's cause of death. He was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to WAFB. CPR attempts were unsuccessful. There is no word on whether an autopsy will be performed.
News of Guist's death quickly spread. "Swamp People" became a
trending term on Twitter. The condolences rolled in on the show's
official Facebook page. "Rip Mitch!! So sad :0( Glen is gonna be lost without him," one person wrote. Another posted, "Couldn't help but shed some tears. RIP Mitch."
Guist was a likable fellow. When, during one episode, he was asked about his favorite food, he responded, ”squirrels, rabbits, deers, fish, frogs… I ain’t really picky on food.”
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