Originally posted by Extraterrestrial Agenda
Im going to beheading back out to the ranch from June 4 through the 8th, I will be staying with a buddy and have plenty of space if you want to camp
on his property.
Responed here if your interested.
do you have permission to camp out on his property. this can be confirmed by a phone call so answer wisely.
Oh wow. I wish that the videos were still available to view. Can't wait to see something new, or old for that matter. My thoughts on the ranch
are still up in the air. I think I need that tangiable proof.
honestly have u ever been to the desert... have you ever been out of the city? 20 miles is a lot of land and a lot of roads. things dont have
addresses out here. i live within 20 miles of it and drive by it everyday on my way to work and i dont know where it is. my recomendation is to stop
picking apart every little thing and just believe someone or dont. you cant base your belief on what a person says alone anyway. otherwise we'd all
believe everything we see on the media... right? by his explanation of his trip back and forth around the countryside i can honestly say that he
either copied someones description or actually was there himself.
By the way EA's description of the area is on the money i doubt seriously that he or she is making it up. and as a further note the legend of the
ranch locally is identical to the story of the Gnorman's that i read on page one of this forum. it is a well known story here in eastern utah and it
is rumored to be an old site of supernatural activity from the times of the native american legends it is said that it is "cursed land" (that the
early pioneers learned from the natives that it is a cursed place that is) there are other stories from around the uintah basin that are connected to
the skinwalker as well.if anyone is interested in them i would be happy to endulge their curiosities. Dry fork canyon is the site of other stories
that i would consider skinwalker stories. if you are in the area then you may want to check out that location as well.
I have always wanted to experience the Skinwalker Ranch. I believe it is in Northeastern Utah. I dont know exactly where, but I would guess it is
somewhere on the reservation. I dont know much about the specifics that have gone on there, but have done some research on the navajo legend
regarding the skinwalker and find it fascinating.
I know the skinwalker ranch has gone through many owners in the last twenty years, but I dont know if anyone lives there now or who owns it. I would
like to get any information I could on the ranch, and if possible an opportunity to visit it. I'm a very skeptical person, and have to experience
things for myself before I believe in them. Any information would be helpful.
id ont live that far from the ranch. it is located right in a place where we call deep creek. at the front gate there is a man standing guard. so i
wasnt able to get in. just about my whole life i have heard stories about the place. it so weird but i have seen alot of weird things around here that
dont come from that place so i believe all the stories.
This whole Skinwalkers thing has gotten me excited and ive been trying to find out more and more on it. I first heard about it on this link on Yahoo!
main news page about the top 10 weirdest places in America and got hooked right away.
Im a listener to CoastTOCoastAM all the time and would love to have seen the videos that were posted. The whole thing seems crazy (in a good way) to
Ill keep checking back quite often to see if anything opens up.
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