Beth Chapman receives a special mailing from the television station in which she and her husband became icons-hours of "Dog the Bounty Hunter" marathon next Monday morning, and it's having a Screen in memory of Beth come to an end.
As you know … Beth and Duane "Dog" Chapman began their fame in 2004 when A & E aired their first reality show. The series had a long runtime of eight seasons, became syndicated nationally and even spawned some spin-offs on other networks.
The Monday marathon begins at 4:00 am and ends at 8:00 am. It ends with a special memory of the woman who helped Dog make the show a rousing success.
A & E officials add, "We are very saddened by the loss of Beth Chapman and our thoughts are with Dog and the entire Chapman family at this difficult time." Suffocation Emergency with her and Dog in Hawaii last weekend, and she was transferred to a medically induced coma . Doctors felt that she was comatose to Beth, gave her the best shot while pulling, but she could not recover and died Wednesday morning .
Beth's fans have already erected a huge monument in Hawaii … and now it's time to say goodbye.