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originally posted by: ctj83
a reply to: pigsy2400
It’s very interesting to note that on the last page of “Final Events”, Nick wonders why he was approached by the CollinsElite. Was he dry run beige they approached the New York Times and Washington Post?
originally posted by: KellyPrettyBear
I'm not a SWR expert, but it appears to me, that by attempting scientific neutrality, they did not make for very good or entertaining 'bait'. They didn't open themselves up like a shaman would have.. like the Ute/Navajo did, to a lesser degree, as part of their culture.
So they got very little interaction and even less understanding.
So since they basically struck out, I would imagine that Mr. Bigelow moved on to more worthwhile/productive ventures.
Through Dr. Salisbury, we were able to interview the brother of the original owner of the ranch who sold it to the Shermans who subsequently sold it to Bigelow. The ranch owner’s brother was adamant that there was no UFO or strange activity on the ranch prior to the Sherman’s purchase, contrary to what was discussed in the Skinwalker Book....
....Our contact person was Brad Newton (real name withheld) who has researched the area for many years. What I learned from Brad is what has led to the doubts I now harbor. Brad worked with NIDS on the ranch and mentioned that after an alleged sighting, metal rods were found on the ranch that were sent to NIDS for analysis. Brad was in contact with a NIDS scientist who informed him that the rods were made from Element 115 and did not originate on earth,