If you're not aware, Thomas Winterton acted as a spokesman for Adamantium Real Estate, who are involved in ownership/management of the ranch, and
apparently still is involved. Per his recent post on Facebook:
Now that I am listed on the website, I guess it's Ok to share that I'll be a guest at the upcoming Alien Con in LA next month! I'm very excited to
share more about Skinwalker Ranch
I'm not clear if what he plans on sharing is anything above and beyond what's already publicly known about the ranch. The Alien Con's 'Guests'
reads like a who's who of TV shows like ancient Aliens, the folks that always chime in with opinions. Some other names like Stephen Bassett,
Alejandro Rojas, and celebrities like Shatner. At the bottom of the page we see some folks associated with the ranch. Winteron, George Knapp, the
ranch manager Jim Morse, ranch scientist Jim Segala and Bryant Arnold, chief of security for the ranch.
Winterton gave a rare (possibly his first) interview here:
For those with little patience, here's a quick recap:
First, though, as most ATSers are aware, ATS management frowns upon speculation about the identity of the ranch's current ownership, so let's
concentrate on the potential veracity of Winterton's claims. He states that the new management is concerned with being “honest seekers of truth”
rather than profit - so let's leave it at that.
Naturally, Winterton is not one of the scientists, does not possess all the scientific data, and is restricted in what he can reveal, but what he CAN
say is potentially quite startling, and I instinctively feel he isn't being loose with the truth of his own personal experiences. He'd seen unusual
objects/lights in the sky earlier in his life, and kept an open mind about UFOs, but he certainly did not believe in other kinds of paranormal
activity until he became the ranch's caretaker.
When he started at the ranch, he admits he had no idea how widespread the sightings of unusual activity in the whole region had been. It is true that
finding historical press reports about such activity before the Shermans lived there (who sold the ranch to Bob Bigelow in 1996 after living there two
years) is virtually impossible. Going by Winterton's words, though, perhaps folks preferred to keep it among themselves over decades. Is that
Trespassers have been a constant irritant, some causing intricate long-term scientific experiments to be abandoned at the cost of thousands of
dollars, but a far more disturbing aspect is Winterton's claim of “multiple serious injuries” occurring at the ranch since 2016:
There have been numerous individuals that have seriously been injured, and we're not talking about ankle sprains or snakebites – we're talking
injuries as a result of the exposure to the ranch, and so we try to keep the public out because until you know what you're dealing with, you have to
err on the side of caution... They're still trying to understand what happened and what caused [the injuries].
Importantly, Winterton deliberately avoided watching movies or reading books about the ranch before working there. Regarding stories of portals
opening and closing, and other wild paranormal tales, he laughed those off until his own personal experiences of still-unexplained paranormal events
opened up his mind. Which also indicates that activity has not died down, as commonly reported in the media. If we believe a word this chap says, of
The ranch is VERY active, and we are witnessing a lot of things... I had an experience just last night... For a person who called BS on the
paranormal, I've come around to thinking, well, maybe there's more to this than what I thought... There is definitely SOMETHING going on.
Winteron's poltergeist experience at HOME is probably the most chilling aspect of the interview. The example he chooses involves all his car windows
magically being wound down after he got home from the ranch. Due to previous continuous activity, he'd installed a CCTV system covering every area of
the house, but when reviewing footage of the car, the camera mysteriously shut down for 10 minutes at the most important point - except that he
managed to see all the car lights come on instantaneously, just before the camera gave up the erm ghost. (sorry)
An electrical anomaly affecting the entire area? Or something more sinister? Good fun, though, even if basically just another campfire tale for
Springer, George and Jeremy etc to ruminate over on their next visit whilst heating up their sausages.
edit on 8-6-2019 by ConfusedBrit because: (no reason given)
When was the last time anything new was revealed ?
For years it's been " spooky stuff happens here " and that's about it.
Speculation, imagination, and some pretty iffy night vision videos, but otherwise ?.......nothing but more speculation.
Seems that when attention is waning ( and profits ) someone pops up with
" new and startling evidence ".
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