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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 May, 14 2014 @ 10:02 PM
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originally posted by: hiii_98

Until I see some visual evidence that can be proven to be what it purports without any sign of manipulation, enhancement, etc., I'll still consider it a joke just as the 2 guys touring with Ryan Skinner are representative of the whole thing as they treat it as a joke.


what is funny about an entire team of PHD holding scientists arriving at the same lack of evidence as myself with equally fantastical stories? What would it take to convince you? Photos can be manipulated, audio altered, documents forged, nothing I can do would convince you which means your in a illogical position and delusional in that you likely believe that you are the one with sound reasoning and logic.

Perhaps I should just go wrangle up an "alien" tie him/her/it up in a pickup, drive over to your house and even then you will still not believe. I have realized long ago that a blind skeptic cannot accept the truth no matter what evidence is presented or how it is served.

Also what 2 guys are touring with me? I work alone, and have never done a "tour". I'm not sure who you are referring to as I take this topic very seriously. Nothing about a team of armed ex military commandos, 24/7 guarding paranormal ranch studied by some of our best scientists, and funded by our own government is a joke or even remotely funny. Scary might be a more appropriate term.


PhD holders may impress you but I've seen enough PhDs on TV shows such as Ancient Aliens and other similar shows who show a lack of logic, common sense and reason. Irrefutable evidence is better than nothing which is all we get from claims about the alleged goings on at the ranch hence my skepticism. It's only natural. I don't have a belief system so I don't "believe" that I employ sound reasoning and logic; I know I do.

If you can wrangle up an "alien" and bring it to me, that would be a good start but it would just open Pandora's box because the "alien" would have to prove its alien-ness. I'm not a blind skeptic, I can see beyond bs. And since no evidence has been presented, at least that I'm aware of, you cannot use the word "truth".

I assumed, perhaps erroneously, that you are Ryan Skinner. If you are not, I apologize.
skinwalker ranch joe rogan with ryan skinner
www.youtube.com...




posted on May, 14 2014 @ 10:06 PM
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a reply to: hiii_98

Nuts....

are there any recordings on youtube?

I will try to look for it but doubt i can find it since it was a while back.... but i remember this vid about this guy who saw orbs and he clocked that the orbs were basically assuming whatever it was you were thinking about while seeing them! as if its connected to ur thoughts!

that would explain a heck of a lot! why sightings change in nature over time! no?

what u think? this is a hell of an interesting thread and you are an AMA animal answering like there's no tommorow!!! nice!



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 10:09 PM
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I am not sold on the Skinwalker Ranch mystery. A lot of stories, but no evidence/pictures. I watched an episode of "Joe Rogen Questions Everything" where they had explored the ranch as a topic. The episode had Rogan interview a former Bob Bigelow employee about some alien encounter on the ranch. The ranch's science team had witnessed the event and they supposedly had cameras rolling. The worker said it was astonishing event, but someone forgot to remove the lens cap from the cameras. C'mon on! REALLY?????

The Jesse Ventura show was worse, It looked staged from the get go. It made Bigelow look like a nefarious Bond villain. The "reality show" as Jesse called his show. It had Jesse trying to get an interview with Bob Bigelow and it came off like a prelude to a rasslin' match from Jesse's old WWF days. Sean Stone said he had a tingling sensation in his leg after climbing over a fence. Stone said he was bombarded with some energy wave to prevent him from going farther on the ranch. Stone doesn't look very athletic, but he land too hard and had a stinger from the jump. The radio broadcast from a supposed alien sound like the ranch's security team playing with autotune device.

No mystery here, just a urban legend. I believe in extraterrestrial life, but give us better proof.



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 10:17 PM
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You might want to add Infra-sound detection equipment to that bank of cameras.Anyone try that avenue yet?



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 10:17 PM
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originally posted by: hiii_98



If you can wrangle up an "alien" and bring it to me, that would be a good start but it would just open Pandora's box because the "alien" would have to prove its alien-ness.


you do realize how contradictory you sound with that statement? You have a inflexible position. I don't think this discussion here will have any merit to you.


Look, it's a discussion in a public forum. The forum is Aliens & UFOs. You discuss aliens and UFOs in association with the ranch but you have yet to provide any evidence to support your claims. I, being a member in good standing of ATS can put in my 2 cents. They don't have to agree with your postulations.

There is nothing contradictory about my statement. What you need to do first define what an alien is and then prove that they exist and and that you have a relationship with them in order not only get near one but to be able to wrangle it and tie it up and transport obviously against its will. Or maybe you can get a "demon" to help you or even employ that big, bad wolf. IOW, I don't buy your presentation especially after the way you have thrown in almost everything imaginable but you left out the kitchen sink.

C'mon man, put your money where your mouth is. It's an interesting thread but devoid of substance and it's just a hype to sell your books which I would possibly read if I got them free, just for the entertainment value.

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posted on May, 14 2014 @ 11:22 PM
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OK, I'm new to this stuff you are writing about. No nothing, so please excuse my stupidity regarding my questions.

!. Is this about a foreign life from another planet or life here on earth that is only found there.
2. If its fenced in, surely someone worked there, why don't you asked them what they saw.
3. Why don't you just go on the property and find out what you are trying to answers questions about here and let us
know if it is only dirt on the property and for some weird reason it to look to a life form and under secrecy, but to
tell you the truth, anyone these days with such a story will risk losing his/her govt. job to expose such a story, think:
Snowden, OK. Personally anyone that is employed there can bring in a micro camera and take pictures. (I don't know
if people work there) If in fact people do work there, its all BS about foreign life, people today have too big of a
of a mouth to keep it shut and even if true, money will surely open that mouth. I think Monica L. just came out the
other day with something. (a book ?)
4. Like I said I don't know the first thing about what this topic is about. Aliens from outer space, come on dream on in this modern time. You know how many people with expensive stuff are searching the skies 24 hours a day world wide, sorry, no one has seen anything real from outside our breathing space. But it sure sells a lot of books.
5. Like I said, take some clear pictures and post them on youtube and you'll be very famous, but personally I think people including me will just laugh at you. space aliens ha ha Santa Claus, yeah, space aliens,



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 11:22 PM
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originally posted by: hiii_98
The title to my book and the link to it is my signature below my profile. I just published the book last night. I turned to ATS because the book contains secret files in it that have never been shared with anyone other than those who work for the government and Bigelow. I have been researching Skinwalker Ranch now both in a academic sense and as a boots on the ground investigator. I have also been featured on several popular national TV shows (Jesse Ventura Conspiracy Theory and Joe Rogan Question Everything). This is my second book on the topic, but again what makes it unique is I reveal to the audience everything I know, I hold no secrets back regarding what I've learned and the secrets I've held onto for the past 7 years.


Hey Ryan, I actually purchased your first book Path Of The Skinwalker about a week ago and I'm awaiting it's arrival. Everything about the ranch has fascinated me since I read George Knapp's book. It sounds crazy but I can almost feel the atmosphere of the ranch and it's somewhat oppressive nature through reading about it. If you haven't already you should check out Christopher O'Brien's work on the 'tricksters', which seems to have a connection with events that happen on the ranch, and maybe all the paranormal manifestations that happen in the area are really all the one intelligence manifesting itself in a range of forms? As I'm sure you would agree, there is something a lot more exotic taking place than simply nuts and bolts spaceships from another planet.

I wanted to ask you if you have any experience with a particular human neurotransmitter Dimethyltryptamine? (I need to be careful how to word things on this site). I know this was mentioned in Hunt For The Skinwalker as a possible piece of the puzzle. I certainly do believe that there may be something to it and it may play a role in some experiences that occur at the ranch or other paranormal hotspots.

I'm glad your out there doing what you do man, it would take a lot of courage
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posted on May, 14 2014 @ 11:43 PM
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a reply to: musicismagic

Yes we all get it, you are trying to be Queen of the skeptics here, your mommy must be very proud of you!

Now please go away you are obviously not interested in this topic and only here to make the OP and other believers feel bad, so why respond at all?



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:04 AM
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originally posted by: Poppcocked
a reply to: musicismagic

Yes we all get it, you are trying to be Queen of the skeptics here, your mommy must be very proud of you!

Now please go away you are obviously not interested in this topic and only here to make the OP and other believers feel bad, so why respond at all?



You are violating ATS policy with your crude comments. No one appointed you overseer of this thread so be more open minded and allow other ATS members to express their opinion, for or against, without fearing that there are self-appointed censors here. Don't tell anyone to go away. Speak only for yourself and your comments should concern only the thread topic.

So far, the OP hasn't really stuck to the subject 'cause he's hoping we'll buy the book and there are quite a bit of replies that do not share his enthusiasm. It's obvious that this thread is for believers but this is a public forum that's open to anyone that want to add their 2 cents.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:09 AM
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Maybe the "Skinwalker Ranch" and places like it are glitches in the matrix. It's an area where the complex web that makes up our typical reality is damaged or incorrectly wired (possibly intentionally). These activities always seem to be confined to a particular area instead of spilling out and spreading like an invading force.

The activities could be a very advanced perimeter security system for an advanced species that has some sort of facility in that area. The manifestations are there to scare people away and it was originally designed for primitive man, hence the big scary wolves, sasquatch, and strange animals.

If the activities at the ranch have been accurately recounted in the stories I've read, I think whatever is going on is far too advanced to be within the capability of any government. I read a story once about various locations throughout the world that have a higher number of dimensional "slips"... as though a portal or portals exist in those areas. The story claimed that a book was written at some point that mapped out several of these dimension portal hot-spots but printing of the book was quickly halted and it's nearly impossible to find a copy.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:55 AM
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The Skinwalker Ranch shows on C2C were always some of my favorites. However I lost excitement about the ranch when I went to the website (some years ago) linked in your bio. The pictures and videos left a lot to be desired. I found that to be very disappointing considering the guests on Coast made it seem like they had great equipment and cameras covering multiple angles etc. This image of a UFO is reminiscent of this UFO image taken by Carlos Diaz. If I sound like I doubt the story, it's because I do to an extent. I don't doubt UFOs or other strange phenomenon. I have had a couple paranormal experiences of my own, and a trusted member of my family has seen cigar shaped craft while he was in the air force. My doubt in this case comes from all the attention the ranch has but seemingly little solid evidence of the activities reported. Also, I began scrutinizing things presented on C2C a lot more when they wouldn't stop talking about 2012, Zecheria Sitchin, and such (now I just don't bother with "The Dick" Hoagland, [he is the hyper-dimensional face on Mars], or Snoory). Skinwalker Ranch may be up there with Mel's Hole. An incredibly fascinating and eerie story, nothing more. One thing I want to make clear! I am not calling you a liar. I do not know you or your experiences, nor have I read your book at this time.

So my question for you is this. In your opinion what is the best piece of evidence in support of Skinwalker Ranch that I should take into consideration?
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posted on May, 15 2014 @ 01:05 AM
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originally posted by: Poppcocked
a reply to: musicismagic

Yes we all get it, you are trying to be Queen of the skeptics here, your mommy must be very proud of you!

Now please go away you are obviously not interested in this topic and only here to make the OP and other believers feel bad, so why respond at all?





Poppcocked, didn't want to bring a heavy negative feeling toward the thread starter, but I did read most of the threads. My 1 thru 4 I felt strongly about, therefore I posted it, but maybe I got a little carried away with Santa Claus thing, but some people feel here he might be just trying to sell another book and as far as I can read his answers to our questions haven't been directly answered in good faith.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 01:08 AM
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Ia reply to: hiii_98I used to read alot of your posts on skinwalker ranch hiii_98,and lately wondered if you still posted here.I always enjoyed reading your threads...So I'll be looking forward to reading your books as well.

Thanks for sharing your experiences at skinwalker with us here at ATS.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 01:57 AM
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originally posted by: hiii_98

originally posted by: one4all
Why not crowd-fund a 24/7 hr set of cameras,infra-red,night-vision,pancake flipping,whatever we can line up and get a lve online feed started so we can all share this phenomenon,or is this not possible?

Keeping data hidden that could immediatly get critical internet attention to these spots is Non-Humanitarian ,others have likely already reasoned out the types of places you suspect,you are likely right,but it is the exposure that is critical.



that is a dream of mine to do one day. I think it would require one large investor. Perhaps I should setup a fund on my website. A camera that is on day and night and provides a live broadcast of the area around the ranch. Furthermore you can rent space on utility poles to mount the camera.



Why would you need an investor when you had said in your earlier post that you were financially set?

Small screw ups like this destroys any and all credibility.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 02:29 AM
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No offense but as an author you really must have an "elevator" description of your book and its subject. Is it self-published? Because I would imagine that any legit publisher would have gone over marketing with you so you can capsulize what your book is about for the average reader. If you can't even describe the subject without referring to Wikipedia, it does not reflect well and you are not doing your subject justice. I'm not trying to tear you down just encourage you to put a succinct description together.

originally posted by: hiii_98
a reply to: Elijah23 Wikipedia has a horrible synopsis of the ranch, but a brief one. Any explanation I would delve into would take pages.

en.wikipedia.org...




posted on May, 15 2014 @ 02:37 AM
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Sorry, who are "they"? I'm having trouble understanding the references as I don't know much about this subject.


originally posted by: hiii_98
a reply to: BASSPLYR all I know is they WANT people to come out there, its like they are looking for initiates. They appear indifferent. Yes I have and plan to shout back at them next time I hear the voices, however I now ALWAYS have a tape recorder running 24/7 while at the ranch to pick them up. I feel they have some mission or role to play out there and although indifferent to humans they are irritated by the interruptions I (we?) cause when snooping around.


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posted on May, 15 2014 @ 03:08 AM
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a reply to: lindalinda

He is referring to entities reported to be seen on the ranch.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 07:20 AM
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originally posted by: combatmaster
a reply to: hiii_98

Nuts....

are there any recordings on youtube?

I will try to look for it but doubt i can find it since it was a while back....


www.youtube.com...

I'm not claiming that this is PROOF of Skinwalker audio, I'm saying there is a third voice that is audible that is not me or my ex-wife's. We were filming a red ball of light next to our car 50 miles directly south of Skinwalker in the Books Cliff desolate area of Utah. can hear the audio at :04 . The local Ute natives claim it is a Navajo dialect. Again I make no definitive claims, I was just shocked years ago reviewing my footage to hear this 3rd unknown voice.
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posted on May, 15 2014 @ 07:24 AM
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originally posted by: RossWellOldMexico
I am not sold on the Skinwalker Ranch mystery. A lot of stories, but no evidence/pictures. I watched an episode of "Joe Rogen Questions Everything" where they had explored the ranch as a topic. The episode had Rogan interview a former Bob Bigelow employee about some alien encounter on the ranch. The ranch's science team had witnessed the event and they supposedly had cameras rolling. The worker said it was astonishing event, but someone forgot to remove the lens cap from the cameras. C'mon on! REALLY?????

The Jesse Ventura show was worse, It looked staged from the get go. It made Bigelow look like a nefarious Bond villain. The "reality show" as Jesse called his show. It had Jesse trying to get an interview with Bob Bigelow and it came off like a prelude to a rasslin' match from Jesse's old WWF days. Sean Stone said he had a tingling sensation in his leg after climbing over a fence. Stone said he was bombarded with some energy wave to prevent him from going farther on the ranch. Stone doesn't look very athletic, but he land too hard and had a stinger from the jump. .


I was featured in both shows, I'm not disagreeing with your assessment, both were targeted for entertainment rather than education. When they ask me to be on these programs, I agree without having any pretext as to what the producers intentions are. (I also do it for free)

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you really have to realize the shows sole intention is a entertainment for profit venue. they could care less about proving anything to you, rather to mindlessly entertain the masses and collect advertising dollars. I have no control over the editing process and what you see on tv is less than 2% of what we actually filmed and what I was interviewed for. I still enjoy the experience despite this. I would reserve judgment on the reality of the ranch is you are basing your conclusions on "reality tv"...

On the other hand the voices over the radio and the ufo I shot a lazer light at where both very real and actually happened. Sean Stone getting shot in the leg was 100% bull#, that guy was a total actor from the getgo. He even stopped at one point, became somber, fell to his knees and pretended to "summon up" ufos I started laughing out loud and the producer got mad.
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posted on May, 15 2014 @ 07:35 AM
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a reply to: Uggielicious go to my site, shoot me an email under contact and I'll send you a copy. If you read it and still feel its all bs you lose nothing. I am that confident that it might sway your opinion. I co-authored the book for both skeptics and believers alike. Fair?




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