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reply to post by MildyAmuzed
Thanks for the reply.
I personally believe that such subconscious influences exist. Perhaps the sixth sense is one and the same?
I guess the suggestions we would receive on a daily basis are just that, suggestions. They stuff they say is happening on this ranch is borderline hostile.
As far as evidence goes, you are right. I haven't seen any hard evidence myself.
The story does gain credibility and popularity through George Knapp, who claims to have seen some of the phenomena on the ranch.
Besides that, there are a few other things that do warrant giving this a closer look
1) Cattle mutilations have occurred in this region before. As far as I know, mutilations of a such a high degree of precision are still unexplained, especially when no blood can be found in the area
2) This is a farming family that has suffered more than gained from this. The book doesn't even use their real names. What motive could they have for this?
3) Neighbours in the area have reported the same phenomena on their properties, but the ranch could be seen as the center of it
4) The local Native American lore speaks of this ranch as being the territory of the Skinwalker. Native Americans have apparently stayed clear of this area for 15 generations
I actually watched the Jesse Ventura show on Skinwalker, like you say, it's just entertainment
I can't speak to the credibility of them, but I think there have been some cases in which people have been killed. There was an abduction case in the States where the abductee was later found dead, then there is the Colares incident in Brazil.
I wish I could have been an investigator
BagelEach of the above are occurrences in which the entity does something specifically in order to get the attention of the particular person(s) involved.