Took the kids up Northwest into Oregon, and decided to shoot over to Trout lake to see what it was all about.
Got to meet James briefly, but regretfully the poor guy was SUPER busy tending to all of the different groups up there launching investigations and
shows. James was super accomodating just allowing us to come up there and spend the night with the amount of projects he was juggling all at once.
Super kind-hearted soul. I hope to visit and talk with him again one day when things aren't so hustle bustle for him.
One of the highlights for the family and I was running into the infamous Johnny Anonymous from ATS, conducting his investigation. What an absolutely
personable, likeable gent JA is. Just a neat person who is a blast to be around. Funny as heck too--You can see why this guy is a natural at radio,
great personality and quick witted! haha
The TV crew from A & E was up there as well, with the team from the show "Paranormal State" filming a segment.
Dave Schrader from Darkness radio was also on hand. Another cool guy with a great sense of humor...He and JA trading alien anal probe barbs at one
Okay, now as far as the ranch / Sattva Sanctuary itself:
Probably one of the most beautiful areas I have seen-The countryside looks like something out of a painting. Mt. Adams is one of the most imposing
looking structures ever--It reminds me of the Matterhorn at Disneyland, only about 10,000 times bigger. Some really cool looking structures there-A
rock that looks like one of those hawaiian totem-pole statues, and stepping stones around the pond with cool looking alien symbols carved into
As far as activity:
Kids, GF and I sat out in the field in lounge chairs, kind of out of the way of everyone and off in a different area. From about 8:30 p.m till about
1:30 in the morning, we counted well over a couple dozen different objects that were non-conventional (airplanes or jets). Now, being as skeptical as
possible, many of these objects might well be satellites, I have not looked at the tracking sites for Thursday the 14th, so I can not say for certain
whether they were or not.
That being said, there were 8-10 objects that were NOT satellites. These objects were either pulsating, or flashing in sequence, from anywhere of 1-6
times, then disappearing. Also saw a couple of those bright, singular flashes that look like a mini, silent explosion in the air.
Now the wild part about this is that I come from a VERY active area (near Palm Springs, Cali) and many of these types of objects I have seen
before...The biggest difference for me personally is the AMOUNT of these objects navigating the sky above this place. It is absolutely HOPPING with
non-conventional objects over the area. I have seen these "flashing" objects many times, but usually I will see one or two per week if lucky, and if
I put enough time and effort into watching the sky intently. This place was just LOADED with these types of anomolies.
All in all, a very interesting place that is worth a visit. I will certainly be heading back one day.
Can't wait to see what Johnny and the ATS crew captured on film there....The upcoming mix show should be pretty incredible IMHO!