posted on Jun, 26 2008 @ 03:17 PM
Thank you for taking the time to answer questions. I have visited the general area the ranch is in numerous times and have had countless experiences
with other researchers that were hard to explain. To name a few:
*Three of us witnessing fields lighting up like football stadiums, and not exactly knowing whether the light was coming from the sky or the earth.
*The constant sound of an underground murmur.
*Hearing voices of unintelligible languages above our heads and behind us.
*Three of us witnessing spectacular light shows with very mechanical loudspeaker that sounded exactly like what police use, however it was
un-discernable. Whatever was being said was muffled voice tones and completely foreign, it could not be understood. The tone was right, but there was
just something un-natural about it all. All less than 100 ft or so away. All very bright and foreign looking. Then it just digitally faded out like
*the sound of our car doors opening and closing when we were just out of camp at least three times.
*Human-like figures walking down nearly vertical embankments.
*Bluish and Orange balls of light
*A Massive Wolflike creature, ghost-like creatures, and on, and on....
As far as anything else interesting happening. Something fairly big is that I am making a bit of a life changing decision and moving up in the general
area. To many it may sound a little wild, but I have always felt as if I am drawn to northeastern Utah in general. In fact I once drove on a whim and
ended up right by the ranch. I just parked and stopped, for quite a while. For no real reason. There is no rhyme or reason for me to end up there. And
for those who know the area, it is like finding a needle in a haystack. This was before the ranch was publicized, and I thought nothing of it at the
I am now trying to re-trace those roots so to speak. I am relocating to the general area, not only for these reasons, but I feel a sort of draw or
pull to the area.
I guess my question is why am I drawn to that general area of the Uintah Basin?
Thank you for your time!