Okay, I've got some questions for George, some regarding the skinwalker ranch story and a couple regarding lazar.
Now before I put these questions forward keep in mind that I consider myself an opend minded skeptic but will be posing questions (some) that well
there really is no other way to ask the questions without sounding like a bit of a nut bag but hey, that's not new so away we go:
1) If George knows can he tell us the current status of NIDS and if they are still working at "Skinwalker Ranch". If so is the phenomena still
silent or has activity begun to increase again. A side question would be that since NIDS seems very quiet as of late are they still an active
research group? If george knows that is.
2) Does he have an opinion on the folk tales of Bottle Hollow which has connected stories to the ranch. Does he know if NIDS looked into Bottle
3) In regards to the supposed dogs that were turned into a "grey like butter substance" while chasing the blue colored plasma like balls...does
George know if this is fact? Did NIDS examine the grey like butter stuff, if so what was the conclusion. I don't know much about plasma but if this
was some form of ball lightning could that cook a dog that quickly and leave nothing but, let's face it a disgusting puddle of goo behind.
4) Was there ever any conlcusion regarding the ice disks and the circular (I guess we'll call them soil samples) "cookie cutter" holes on the
5) Have any extensive geological studies been done in the immediate area that would suggest that this is all somehow caused by something natural?
While I do not want to disrespect or discount the skinwalker legends of the Ute people, I am certainly more interested and intrigued by the possiblity
that this is somehow an actual example of conflicting dimensions.
So my next questions while out there is based on something that out of all the stories of the ranch I find personally very significant and it is the
following quote from Georges original article that prompts the question:
From George's Article:
On the day the Gormans moved their furnishings onto the property, they had their first foreshadowing of the events that would follow. They spotted an
extremely large wolf out in the pasture. The wolf cautiously made its way across the field, and, to the surprise of everyone, sidled up to the family,
acting like it was a familiar pet. It had rained that day, and the family remembers the wolf smelled like a wet dog as they were petting it.
After a few minutes, the wolf strolled over to the corral and grabbed a calf by its snout, attempting to pull it through the corral bars. Gorman and
his father began beating on the wolf's back with sticks but it wouldn't release the calf. Gorman grabbed a .357 Magnum from his truck and shot the
wolf at point-blank range. The slug had no noticeable effect.
Gorman pumped another bullet into the wolf, which then let go of the calf but stood looking at the family as if nothing had happened. Gorman shot it
two more times with the powerful handgun. The big animal backed off a bit, but showed no signs of distress, not even any blood.
The mystified rancher retrieved a hunting rifle and shot the wolf again, once more at close range. Gorman is not only an experienced marksman but a
big-game hunter of considerable repute. Five slugs should have been enough to bring down an elk, let alone a wolf. The fifth shot caused a chunk of
hair and flesh to fly off the wolf, but it still didn't seem fazed. After a sixth shot, the wolf casually trotted across the field into a muddy
thicket. Gorman and his father tracked the beast for about a mile, following its pawprints through the mud, but the tracks suddenly ended, as if the
wolf had simply vanished into thin air.
Returning to the corral area, Gorman examined the chunk of wolf flesh and says it looked and smelled like rotten meat. He made inquiries among his
neighbors, but no one seemed to know anything about any tame, over-sized wolves in the area. A few weeks later, Mrs. Gorman encountered a wolf that
was so large, its back was parallel with the top of her window as it stood beside her car. The wolf was accompanied by a dog-like animal that she
My question is a multi-parter:
6) Was this story ever verified by anyone at NIDS. Meaning, did the gorman/shermans save the odd sample of flesh? If so what were the findings?
6a) I'm going to assume here but only for the sake of the question. Assuming that there was some form of inter-dimensional activity going on at the
time could the wolf like creature have been a physical manifestation of something from a higher or lower dimension? By higher or lower I do not mean
dimension in the sense of angels and demons but simply a parralel reality existing at a different frequency than our own. If we are to assume that
these realities exist how would something manifest here and what would it look and behave like? So I guess my basic question is could this for lack
of a better term been a "test" of some sort or an attempt at communication (for lack of a better term) that went wrong?
7) In regards to the rumors that it may be a place where the government or some other black budget cabal is experimenting with next gen warfare
technology, what is Georges opinion of that theory? And has he ever heard the term "Batch Consignment(s)" while investigating the case?
Okay that's my skinwalker questions now for my ufo/lazar questions:
1) Looking back now almost ten years to the height of the last major UFO frenzy which I gauge to have been building throughout the nineties but really
peeked during the years of 1995-1998. Looking back while he was in the center of a lot investigations is there anything he wishes he had done
differently or was there an opportunity he feels he missed or overlooked that now he wishes he had looked into. Or conversely are there things he got
sucked into that he now wishes he had said "i'm outta here"?
2) In regards to Bob Lazar, he seems to still have a relationship with Bob. Does he still believe Bob and in the end what is that makes Bob so
convincing to him.
Just my own opinion, I've never met Bob but I like his story. During the nineties there was so much to be gained by crazy tales that it seemed the
bigger the lie the more people swallowed it whole. Bob's stories were always "boring" compared to other tales which is either the mind of a
brilliant hoaxer or a guy that was telling the truth.
I know I'll get scoffed at but I really think Bob was sincere, wether he was duped or not I believe that he believed he was telling the truth but I
would certianly like to hear George's take on the situation.
3) In regards to Bob Lazar who claimed (I think it was 1992) that the U.S. had stockpiled an element called 115 that of course didn't exist at the
time but now does as it was synthesized in 2004. Does George consider this proof of Bob's story or is it just an educated guess made by a very smart
4) Bob had made statements regarding 115 as being used in anti-gravity drive for the flying saucers, though the current synthesized elements break
down so fast is there any indication by those involved in making 115 that it could (if the right isotope were found) have anti-gravitic properties?
5) Is there any indication that the scientific community believe that element 115 will be found naturally, not on earth of course but somewhere
6) What would George consider his most "Wow" moment and his biggest "d'oh!" moment during his years of investigation.
7) Why do the aliens constantly refer to me as Gary? They know it's not my name and you would think if you're going to drag someone out of theire
bed in the wee hours of the night and cram a probe up your yam-yam with not so much as a "High spider, can we get you something to read" that they
would at least call me by my proper name. What up with that?
That's all I have for now, may or may not have more. If i have made a mistake with my info let me know...as for the last question springer you knew
it was coming