posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 06:03 PM
Group of friends of mine went of their 4 years ago, not for vacation, but with a serious mindset on pure observation in hopes we could capture
something on video or audio. Let me say that again. We went up there to conduct observational research, not a vacation. We went with (4) 2-way radios,
3 cameras and a digital voice recorder and camped in the field.
Here's the deal. Those that go up to the ranch with the attitude of 'hey ..just go check out the ranch, heh heh.. you know .. chill out have a
few beers and do a little filming and what not, you know all that ufo crap .." will only see what they expect, nothing; and will usually scoff at
anything out of the ordinary but will find it 'most interesting' but will leave it at that.
To those that go up there, with the mindset of researching the 'goings on' will perhaps stumble upon the same phenomena as the 'vacationing' group
and might perhaps dig a bit deeper and the more questions you ask, the deeper the hole will go.
As for the lights on the mountain..shining in the distance across the field, a team member DROVE up to the mountain and then hiked a mile up near the
top, by himself! (a very dangerous practice for anyone since the terrain is impassible in some places without some mountain gear and should no
go unless they go with someone else that knows something about mountaineering. I chewed his ass out for doing it but the pics he got were
stunningly beautiful and proved it was Aerial phenomena we were seeing not ground verticals headlights.
MANY things happened up there that confirmed there is a phenomena up there. For one, brand new batteries all installed in our 2-ways, camera's and
digital voice recorders........ALL went dead within 20 mins of arriving. We took a package full of brand new ones just in-case it might happen. It's
good thing we did. Our digital camera's would NOT function after the brand new batteries were install again. We waited another 45 mins and checked
them again .. and they worked as if nothing had happened.
A story we received up there was, a person retired from the navy and his friends came to the ranch and brought a submarine battery up there and it was
drained within 30 mins of arriving, it had a full charge...meaning, it was NOT connected to anything to make it drain, it was dead with no connection
to it whatsoever.
there is only 1 or 2 roads up there, and a truck or SUV with 4x4 is better preferred and highly recommended, and up to one point, the road stops.
After that point there are NO roads period, ZERO Nada, nilch.
Helo's are the only explanation that we've come up with as a possible explanation for the bight lights; only issue with that is, the lights are so
bright, it would have to be 1 million candle power (you can do the math form there) to shine that distance and helo's might be fitted with
them, but, it's not standard issue. (I'm not an expert, and those that are, can always chime in)
There are no buildings up there & pure dense forest for miles.