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Just wrote a new book on Skinwalker Ranch happy to answer any questions you may have here.

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posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 08:29 AM
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I sent you a U2U.




posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 08:40 AM
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a reply to: rowansilverfox


Another thing, the Mormons, who mapped everything, especially water sources, refused to map this. They left it out. Google it. They called it 'the strip'.

they refused to map it not due to aliens, bigfoot, demons, ect... but because the found the land absolutely useless for settlement purposes. Unless you have another source that points elsewhere. The ancient tribal people inhabited this land, which is fascinating in its own right, however, I found no evidence that Skinwalker Ranch resided anywhere on the "Arizona Stip" referred to by the Mormons.

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posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 08:57 AM
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a reply to: hiii_98

OK. There's the automatic update feature. I'll try and activate that.

THX THX.



posted on Jun, 3 2014 @ 05:14 PM
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originally posted by: sled735
I sent you a U2U.


Ryan, please read the message I sent you here.

ETA: Wow! Look at the number of flags you have stopped on.
Someone give him another flag. This just isn't right!!!

FREAKY!!


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posted on Jun, 6 2014 @ 01:38 PM
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a reply to: sled735 I read and replied to you privately.

Not sure if any of the reviews came from here, but thank you to anyone who posted reviews on the book. Looks like this book has some value to the paranormal community at large.

Ha, I love the lattest review, my favorite one yet, written by a skeptic too I believe.




I'm not sure if this book deserves a five star rating or not. There is nothing wrong with the writing, the grammar and spelling are OK. The formatting is good. The only problem is I hope it isn't true...but it sounds true. So I gave it a four star rating because I don't want it to be true. I want it to be full of lies, misconceptions, mass hysteria and all that. The problem is it might be true and in that case it's pretty creepy.

This book is about the unusual events that happen in a section of northeast Utah where people for at least the last three generations (or more) have seen, heard, smelled, and felt things that frightened them and sometimes made them ill. The author has done a good job of collecting first person accounts and copies of reports written by observers of the phenomena and has avoided adding his own interpretations of the events. As usual with this type of book there is no definitive answer to what causes the events so the reader is left with the same questions he had at the start. In the reports only animals have died such as cattle, sheep, and horses who were found dead and mutilated for no apparent reason; but people have been scared and some report missing time and living objects inserted in their bodies.

There is no way to tell if these stories are true but if they are, personally, I will never drive through the Four Corners Area of CO, NM, UT, and AZ again without watching over my shoulder for something creepy to happen. And I definitely will avoid the NE corner of UT forever!



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posted on Jun, 6 2014 @ 04:42 PM
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CANARD POSTS☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆that my watermark
What are the rates of abductions at skinwalker? are the aliens or interdimensional beings more interested in observation or hands on experimentation? if this is true, why the focus on "coring" out the rectums of organic beings? do these beings have rectums, and if so what are their dietary standards?
CANARD POSTS☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆



posted on Jun, 6 2014 @ 04:51 PM
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originally posted by: hiii_98
a reply to: sled735 I read and replied to you privately.

Not sure if any of the reviews came from here, but thank you to anyone who posted reviews on the book. Looks like this book has some value to the paranormal community at large.

Ha, I love the lattest review, my favorite one yet, written by a skeptic too I believe.




I'm not sure if this book deserves a five star rating or not. There is nothing wrong with the writing, the grammar and spelling are OK. The formatting is good. The only problem is I hope it isn't true...but it sounds true. So I gave it a four star rating because I don't want it to be true. I want it to be full of lies, misconceptions, mass hysteria and all that. The problem is it might be true and in that case it's pretty creepy.

This book is about the unusual events that happen in a section of northeast Utah where people for at least the last three generations (or more) have seen, heard, smelled, and felt things that frightened them and sometimes made them ill. The author has done a good job of collecting first person accounts and copies of reports written by observers of the phenomena and has avoided adding his own interpretations of the events. As usual with this type of book there is no definitive answer to what causes the events so the reader is left with the same questions he had at the start. In the reports only animals have died such as cattle, sheep, and horses who were found dead and mutilated for no apparent reason; but people have been scared and some report missing time and living objects inserted in their bodies.

There is no way to tell if these stories are true but if they are, personally, I will never drive through the Four Corners Area of CO, NM, UT, and AZ again without watching over my shoulder for something creepy to happen. And I definitely will avoid the NE corner of UT forever!


That's pretty good!

It ought to help sales just from people's curiosity of what the reviewer is talking about.



posted on Jun, 6 2014 @ 07:04 PM
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originally posted by: lecanard
CANARD POSTS☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆that my watermark
What are the rates of abductions at skinwalker? are the aliens or interdimensional beings more interested in observation or hands on experimentation? if this is true, why the focus on "coring" out the rectums of organic beings? do these beings have rectums, and if so what are their dietary standards?
CANARD POSTS☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆ ส☆




predation typically 'cores out" rectums.

Also you may wish to research madcow disease and prions and you will learn by the eyes, tongue, brain, and even rectum are removed from cattle for good reason.

How the hell would I know if they have rectums? Ask one yourself, if they they abduct you stick your finger quick up one when they turn around.



posted on Jun, 8 2014 @ 01:21 AM
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no I have no interest in interspecies sodomy, I am content with a human


but I do find it interesying the ways in which cattle are mutilated and what the motive is behind it, so thank you for the reference

also can you shed light on the conversations heard by people above their heads, apparently by two alien pilots? is this just schizophrenia on the part of the witnesses?



posted on Jun, 8 2014 @ 11:30 AM
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also can you shed light on the conversations heard by people above their heads, apparently by two alien pilots? is this just schizophrenia on the part of the witnesses?


this is real phenomena and a common one reported by witnesses. I myself have heard it several times and have to ask myself the same thing... is this an actual audible event or can only I hear this? It sounds like a legitimate conversation you would hear..although a muffled one...in a language which sounds like a mix between Navajo and English. Ever since the last time it happened to me, I now carry a digital tape recorder and have it recording at all times while near the ranch to make that conclusion.
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posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 03:23 PM
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Sorry for the Zombie Post...

Ryan,
Can you shed some light on what the "damaging information" James Carrion uncovered might have been?

That's highly intriguing, especially if it indirectly cost him his position with MUFON.



posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 01:28 PM
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Hi,

I just recently took a trip up to Skinwalker Ranch for the first time with my son last weekend. It was quite the adventure and while we had fun exploring the area, we were a bit perplexed as to where we were allowed to view the ranch from. We approached the gate, but after encountering numerous barricades and warning signs, I became a little uncomfortable and left.

Can you recommend a good spot or two to observe the ranch from? I was reading that Hilltop road was one possible option? Do you have a favorite go-to spot when investigating the ranch? I am really interested in investigating this area, but am not quite sure where I should be observing from. I noticed that there are numerous small hilltops in which I could theoretically observe from...do you know the legalities surrounding this?

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!

By the way, your latest book looks fantastic...I'll be buying it soon!

Thanks,

Scott



posted on Jun, 26 2014 @ 02:03 PM
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I dont buy this whole ranch business,no pics no video just word of mouth.If 10% of whats written in here is true then the implications are immense,yet we have nothing to go with.


No disrespect op,this case dosent cut it for me



posted on Jun, 27 2014 @ 06:14 AM
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There are pictures on his website from the link he posted in his OP.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 01:50 AM
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originally posted by: hiii_98
a reply to: rowansilverfox


Another thing, the Mormons, who mapped everything, especially water sources, refused to map this. They left it out. Google it. They called it 'the strip'.

they refused to map it not due to aliens, bigfoot, demons, ect... but because the found the land absolutely useless for settlement purposes. Unless you have another source that points elsewhere. The ancient tribal people inhabited this land, which is fascinating in its own right, however, I found no evidence that Skinwalker Ranch resided anywhere on the "Arizona Stip" referred to by the Mormons.
No, the Arizona strip is something entirely different. This strip was located along Gusher, Utah. And even if it was valueless, they still mapped how much was valueless, even if to know where the water was and not to send settlers there. pioneer.utah.gov...

eq.uen.org...
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posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:11 AM
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originally posted by: hiii_98
a reply to: rowansilverfox




Another thing, the Mormons, who mapped everything, especially water sources, refused to map this. They left it out. Google it. They called it 'the strip'.


fascinating I have never heard this rumor/story yet. do you have a direct link? ( will try to "google it" later) If true it adds more to the mystery, as the Mormon faith itself is somewhat drenched in alien overtones.




There is approximately 100 foot tall tear there. I don't know where it goes, but it is not a portal. The tear is under pressure like a firehose. The best that can be done is containment and quarantine. It has been there for a very, very long time. There are literally hundreds of skinwalkers there. But they are nasty but not the worst thing out there. Rather a symptom of the massive force that is twisting that spot like radiation sickness.
can you please share more about what you know on this topic and why you feel that way?


What I know is from my own experiences and from some various local Ute kids that got drunk enough to talk to me about it over the years. They don't talk about it otherwise. As far as the tear, sometimes you can see it, and you don't want to be anywhere near it when that kinda # goes down. Otherwise, in my experience, strange things appear on the road, wolves the size of a car, weird moving animals, strange lights in the lake. Impossible things. The Utes, they don't go out of their houses unless they are off the reservation in Vernal or Roosevelt after about 8 pm. They lock the doors and stay inside. They don't open the door for anything after 8. And every single one that ever opened up to me said they have lost at least one family member in that lake. The thing that is in common that they all say is: the person was a good swimmer, they were not far from the boat, it looked like they were pulled under, body was never found. Here are some links to 'the strip'. eq.uen.org...

pioneer.utah.gov...



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:14 AM
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originally posted by: ScottBeckstead
a reply to: hiii_98

Hi,

I just recently took a trip up to Skinwalker Ranch for the first time with my son last weekend. It was quite the adventure and while we had fun exploring the area, we were a bit perplexed as to where we were allowed to view the ranch from. We approached the gate, but after encountering numerous barricades and warning signs, I became a little uncomfortable and left.

Can you recommend a good spot or two to observe the ranch from? I was reading that Hilltop road was one possible option? Do you have a favorite go-to spot when investigating the ranch? I am really interested in investigating this area, but am not quite sure where I should be observing from. I noticed that there are numerous small hilltops in which I could theoretically observe from...do you know the legalities surrounding this?

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!

By the way, your latest book looks fantastic...I'll be buying it soon!

Thanks,

Scott


Yeah, try taking your kid to the dinosaur museum in Vernal. It's nice. Good for kids. He probably won't get turned into hamburger there.
also, don't go to howdy's hilltop tavern. People get stabbed there pretty regularly.
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posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:19 AM
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originally posted by: lecanard
a reply to: hiii_98
no I have no interest in interspecies sodomy, I am content with a human


but I do find it interesying the ways in which cattle are mutilated and what the motive is behind it, so thank you for the reference

also can you shed light on the conversations heard by people above their heads, apparently by two alien pilots? is this just schizophrenia on the part of the witnesses?
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As far as my experience goes, whatever they are, they shred whatever is in their path. They tear down trees, break buildings, shred wildlife, people, cars, and cows. It is a place where there are voices, howls and screams, with weird weather that comes from nowhere. Just stay away from it.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:22 AM
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originally posted by: BO XIAN
a reply to: AboveBoard

I'll presume to reply now given that I mentioned that narrative.

Mercifully, the description is very short about that scene. However, it was graphic enough. And, it was in the last maybe 1/10th of the book.

I have no trouble believing the narrative BECAUSE

I have a number of personal Native American friends who relate that such has gone on for a very long time . . . on their . . . turf.

Since writing about such on the thread, I've queried a number of my friends about whether they think that the "Skinwalker stuff" has decreased or not the last 50 years or so.

One high ranking Native American military man said he thought it had increased greatly.

None said they thought it had decreased.

I never did like the old radio program . . . THE SHADOW KNOWS.

Now I want even less to do with such.

Good call. It's like going into a blender.



posted on Jun, 30 2014 @ 02:27 AM
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originally posted by: hiii_98
a reply to: lecanard




also can you shed light on the conversations heard by people above their heads, apparently by two alien pilots? is this just schizophrenia on the part of the witnesses?


this is real phenomena and a common one reported by witnesses. I myself have heard it several times and have to ask myself the same thing... is this an actual audible event or can only I hear this? It sounds like a legitimate conversation you would hear..although a muffled one...in a language which sounds like a mix between Navajo and English. Ever since the last time it happened to me, I now carry a digital tape recorder and have it recording at all times while near the ranch to make that conclusion.

Voices all the time up there. Along with howls, yowls, screams, babies crying. Pretty well do anything to get you to venture outside. Of course, sometimes it is something being actually shredded. Nasty.



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