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Q2 - How soon will warp drive be available for civilian use?
A2 - There are people working on the theoretical physics. At the moment we can't see a path forward. Perhaps not for a century.
Q3 - Free energy technology, any access to it?
A3 - Our laboratory ran a maverick inventor program. Examined many devices. No positive evidence in the end.
[snip BS about Doty]
Q5 - Do you think human science is on a trajectory to understand the phenomenon?
A5 - Large amount of information in the 38 Defense Intelligence Reference Documents. Some is sensitive. It is reasonable to think that at some point there will be a fusion that will be useful. Predictions usually fall short. In 20 years we will have some new technologies.
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What exactly is TTSA working to disclose then
Knapp: Can you share with us how you connected with the previous owner, Robert Bigelow and walk us through the process of what you discussed, how much detail you went into, what he was willing to share with you about what had happened there?
Fugal: ...it’s interesting. I’d been involved with a number of enterprises outside of commercial real estate. And I had one particular enterprise that I was involved with a decade ago that was testing various theories and whatnot. And the science advisors associated with that company, at the time, that were advising us, unbeknown to me, were also close confidants of a prominent businessman and billionaire aerospace visionary. That’s Robert Bigelow, out of Las Vegas.
And you know that effort ended up concluding a number of years ago, in fact, back in 2013 2014. But I maintained my relationship with these individuals. And, you know, we had really built a relationship of trust between us and I was surprised to receive a call from one of them about four and a half, five years ago, asking me if I was familiar with the ranch. And it was funny. I really had very little knowledge of the ranch ....so when they brought it to my attention and the fact that they were advising Mr. Bigelow and that there was a potential opportunity for a meeting with him ... I jumped at it. I thought it was intriguing. And just the opportunity to meet Mr. Bigelow was was worth the trip, of course.
So quickly, I found myself flying into Vegas, and we ended up spending a wonderful day together... that ended up really leading to my acquisition of the property.
He really wasn’t looking to sell the property...I think his advisors were encouraging him because the real science discovery that had occurred out there, it had kind of gone into a little bit of a coma..slowed down...I think when he learned that I really did have an interest in exploring.. a stewardship associated with the property and...really taking to the next level, what he had accomplished over the last the previous twenty years, I think we really hit it off and that struck a chord with him.
Knapp: You’ve done a lot of work digging into records about the previous owners. We know you know...about the ranch family that I called the Gormans, that had dramatic experiences for the twenty months that they lived there and beyond. But the previous owners said, “Oh!, no, we never saw any of that stuff”.
What do you make of that? I know that there are limits…
Fugal: No, it’s a bunch of bunk.
So one of the things that I’m quite proud of is that we’ve been able to pull together an archival history of the ranch and the surrounding area. And I’ll tell you, there are reports that go back to the the original homesteaders, back to the 1930s...bizarre cattle mutilations were brought to the attention of law enforcement....
From the early 1980s that date to the previous owners, the Myers,who had the property before the Shermans. And this is before this property was really on the radar or really reported to be a centre of interest. So I have a hard time with the criticism that people often are quick to give regarding the Shermans and Bigelow.... was brought on brought by them. That it was all a figment of their imaginations or was a product of their occupation on the property ...
When in fact we are talking numerous accounts and very credible accounts of individuals who both lived on the property and had family members that worked on the property, that had strange encounters that frankly, defy explanation and are consistent with what we are seeing to this day. Explain that.
Knapp : Yeah. I mean, 200 plus years, it’s not something that Bob Bigelow or the military created . Or you, for that matter, now? The big criticism of Bigelow, and I will admit ... he’s a friend of mine,..
But the criticism that he plays his cards pretty close to the vest. It’s true. He’s always done that.
But...during the NIDS era, I think he wanted a real low profile because there is an interactive quality to what goes on out there, as you just described. People who trespass or come onto the property, not only put themselves at risk, but also could gum up the works or whatever research you might be doing.
Knapp : Yeah. I mean, 200 plus years, it’s not something that Bob Bigelow or the military created
originally posted by: mirageman
As a condition for his extradition, he was granted a second trial, during which he took the stand. He said that the C.I.A. had killed Ms. Maddux and planted her body in his apartment in an attempt to frame him because he knew too much about military research into the paranormal.
Garth’s brother and sister-in-law, Kenneth John Myers and Edith Childs had purchased the ranch around 1933 (not in the 1950s). Garth who was eighty-eight-years old at the time of my interview , was much younger than his brother; he had actually worked on the ranch for three summers as a teenager....
Kenneth died in 1987 at age eighty-six, but his widow continued to live on the ranch for five years, until she was taken to a rest home. For two years the ranch was vacant but always leased out to other ranchers to farm and run cattle, even before Kenneth died. Then when Edith died on March 3, 1994, the ranch reverted to Garth Myers and his sisters, Helen M. Baxter and LaPriel Poulson.
Less than three months Later, Garth, as executor of the Kenneth and Edith Myers estate, negotiated sale of the ranch to the ...The Sherman's. But after nearly two years, they ran into difficulties, losing several prize cattle, as recorded in Skinwalker. ... But by then the UFO rumors were circulating wildly, especially after the two articles about the ranch in the Deseret News. Along came Bob Bigelow and the ranch was sold to him....
Garth: I can tell you right off that my brother died in April of 1987. My sister-in-law lived alone there until about 1992. She died in March 1994. And I can tell you unequivocally that up to 1992 there had never been and there never were any signs of that [UFO and similar activity.]...
Now, the ranch was vacant for about two years after she [entered a rest home]. I went to it occasionally just to check the house. Then we sold it to [the witness (Terry Sherman)] ... after she died after, about three months]. I don't know what happened while it was vacant, but I don't think anything went on. There was nothing, unequivocally, absolutely nothing that went on while she and my brother lived there. She lived there alone from 1987 to 1992...
FBS: I think that they make a statement in the book [Hunt for Skinwalker] that things had been going on since way back to the Indians, and so on.
Garth: See, this is [the witness (Terry Sherman)]. That's the story he made. But it's not the right story!..The next thing I knew I get this information that there were UFOs, and he was scared to death, and then this man in Las Vegas phoned in and was going to buy it. . ..
All I know is, about a month or six weeks after he bought it, Bigelow called me on the phone and wondered why we hadn't told anybody about the UFOS. I told him they didn't get there until [the witness] got there, and he said "UFOS were coming there and you had dogs keeping the people away." And I said all they had at most were two dogs, and the last time my sister-in-law lived there five years with a three-legged dog and part of the time with no dog at all, and there were no UFOS. And he said "Oh, you're not telling me the truth." I said, "If you don't believe it, I guess we don't need to talk anymore," and that was about it.
So, after about six months I got another call from somebody, and they kind of told the same story. The last caller was maybe five or six years ago-don't know who. He said he wanted to have lunch with me. I said "On one condition: That you'll show me the ranch." He said: "Can't do it." I said: "Okay, I guess no lunch." That's the last I've heard. You probably have the articles in the Deseret News....
Second is the matter of no digging being allowed on the ranch. That rumor might have been fortified by Charles Winn, who said he was digging something for Kenneth Myers with his backhoe when Kenneth told him for sure not to dig in a certain area. That doesn't sound very sinister. If I owned a ranch, I might not want someone with a backhoe to dig in certain places. So what?
Garth said that the only stipulation in the real estate contract was that the previous owners retained the oil rights to the property! ...So the real-estate contract stipulated that if the new owners dug for oil, they must notify the previous owners. Does this sound like "a meaningless clause crafted by elderly eccentrics"?
So according to Garth Myers, and there certainly is good reason to think that he should know the basic facts about the history of the ranch, the Skinwalker version of the ranch's history is badly distorted.