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Skinwalker Ranch Where Cattle are Drained of Blood and Giant Wolves Roam

Article by Jane Lavender                             April 20, 2020                                (mirror.co.uk)

• 150 years ago, the Native American Utes tribe were fierce enemies with the Navajo tribe. The Utes captured and enslaved Navajo. In return, the Navajo put a curse on the land. Ever since, this region of the Unitah Basin in what is today the state of Utah, in the United States has been rife with paranormal activity due to the shape shifters, known as ‘skinwalkers’, that roam the earth in the guise of giant creatures, according to Native American legend. For over 100 years, reports of strange noises, bizarre sightings, mutilated cattle, crop circles, and giant wolves have emanated from the ‘cursed’ 512 acre Skinwalker Ranch.

• In 1992, the Sherman family became the owners of the Skinwalker Ranch. They found their cattle dead in fields, drained of their blood, and with no pools of blood nearby. A quarter of their herd died under these gruesome circumstances. The Shermans say that they were ‘terrorized’ by strange beasts that would stalk their ranch. In one reported incident, a giant wolf came in off the plains, put his head through a holding pen and started pulling one of the calves out of the fence. Mr Sherman shot the wolf eight times before it let go and ran away. Chasing the animal to a river, Sherman noted that the wolf’s pawprints led to the river, but didn’t continue on the other side of it. “(The wolf) seemed to ‘vaporize’ by the time it had reached the other side.”

• In 1996, the Shermans sold the ranch to billionaire Robert Bigelow who wanted to scientifically study the paranormal events associated with the property. Bigelow recruited an army of experts – several of whom have vowed never to set foot on the property again because of what they found. In 2016, Bigelow sold the ranch to real estate magnate, Brandon Fugal. Fugal has been recording everything that happens on the site including UFOs and ‘light pillars’ reaching into the sky above the ranch.

• Researchers have measured unusually high recordings of electromagnetic waves and radiation at the ranch. Fugal recruited NASA astrophysicist, Dr Travis Taylor to look into it. Dr Taylor’s explanation goes back the 1950’s where above-ground nuclear bomb tests were conducted in neighboring Nevada. Some of the highest concentration of radioactive fall-out was recorded in northeast Utah just 30 miles from the ranch. Travis goes so far as to say, “It’s possible that exposure to radioactive fall-out could cause people to have strange symptoms or hallucinations and see, hear and even do things that might seem abnormal.” Doc Taylor plans to dig further on the site for more clues.

• Ranch superintendent Tom Winterton, however, cautions against digging on the Skinwalker Ranch. Winterton says he did some digging there, and a few days later he noticed a “goose egg” that had formed on the back of his head. By the time his wife brought him to the hospital emergency room, it had spread through his entire head. “My scalp separated from my skull and the pain was excruciating. The doctors didn’t know what had caused it or how to fix it,” said Winterton. “They were telling me that what had happened was medically impossible, and it caused a severe injury. I know I was warned not to dig but I didn’t believe it.”

 

Mutilated cattle, unexplained crop circles, giant wolves and even reports of UFOs all plague Skinwalker Ranch.

      Dr Travis Taylor and Brandon Fugel

The ‘cursed’ ranch in Utah in the US is the centre of some of the strangest unexplained incidents in the modern world.

Named after an old Native American belief that shape shifters, known as skinwalkers, roam the earth in the guise of giant creatures – and the ranch is said to be right in the path of one such group of beings.

For more than 100 years reports of strange noises, sightings and even deaths have haunted the 512 acre ranch, which is built in the Unitah Basin that was once home to a Native American tribe.

    Robert Bigelow

As early as 1911 there were reports of strange noises coming from the basin and those living on the ranch reported bizarre sightings. By 1979 these had become terrifyingly common.

People living on, or visiting the ranch, have also experienced a raft of strange symptoms from vertigo to nausea and even temporary paralysis.

In 1992 the Sherman family bought the property and things became very dark – cattle were found in fields drained of their blood and with no pools of blood nearby.

As many as a quarter of the herd died in these gruesome circumstances and the Sherman family were so scared by what was happening, the put their home up for sale.

Billionaire Robert Bigelow bought the ranch from the Shermans in 1996 and launched a huge scientific study into what was happening there.
He recruited an army of experts – several of whom have vowed never to set foot on the property again because of what they found.

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This Beatle Saw UFOs, Met With Aliens

 

Article by Hannah Wigandt                             April 5, 2020                               (thethings.com)

• We have all heard the story about Beatle John Lennon and his ‘lost weekend’ girlfriend May Pang seeing a UFO from their Manhattan apartment balcony on August 23, 1974. Lennon was lying in bed naked when he suddenly “got the urge” to walk out onto his balcony where he saw a flying disk with white blinking lights and a red light blinking on top. He took photos, but they didn’t come out. Lennon even made mention of the sighting in his song, Nobody Told Me, saying, “There’s UFOs over New York and I ain’t too surprised.”

• May Pang recounted the encounter: “As I walked out onto the terrace my eye caught this large, circular object coming towards us. It was shaped like a flattened cone, and on top was a large, brilliant red light, not pulsating as on any of the aircraft we’d see heading for a landing at Newark Airport. … When it came a little closer, we could make out a row or circle of white lights that ran around the entire rim of the craft – these were also flashing on and off. There were so many of these lights that it was dazzling to the mind.”

• Uri Geller, the British psychic and illusionist, was friends with John Lennon. Geller claims that Lennon told him that not only did he see a UFO hovering outside of his apartment, but he had met actually with the aliens on this occasion. “I’ve kept this story to myself for many, many years and never told it to anyone,” Geller told The Weekly News. “When John told me of this event, it was so bizarre and weird and so ahead of its time that no-one would have believed it, but today people are telling how they have been taken into UFOs and probed by aliens from outer space.” “John never asked me to keep his story a secret… It basically blew my mind because I was already then a believer in extraterrestrials visiting our planet,” Geller said.

• According to Geller, Lennon told him that while lying in his bed, “… an extremely bright light [poured] in from around the edges of the bedroom door. It was so powerful, [Lennon] thought it was someone aiming a searchlight through his apartment. He got up, crossed to the door and flung it open. The next thing he could remember was four thin-looking figures. Lennon said that the figures came over to him as he just stood there. Two of them held his hands and the other two gently pushed his legs and he was gently guided into this tunnel of light. He was shown [images] of his life, just like watching a movie, and he told me it was the most outstandingly beautiful thing he’d ever seen.” Lennon described the alien creatures as ‘bug-like’.

• Geller says that Lennon recalled the aliens giving him “this odd-looking, not quite egg-shaped, ball of metal – very smooth and very heavy, about an inch or so wide… Then he put his hand in his pocket, pulled out the object the aliens had given him and gave it to me.” Lennon said he didn’t want the metallic egg because “It’s too weird for me. If it’s my ticket to another planet, I don’t want to go there.” Geller still has the egg to this day.

 

Throughout much of John Lennon’s life, a lot of bizarre things have happened to him and there are tons of well-known anecdotes about him, but nothing compares to the story about how John Lennon saw UFOs over New York City and how he met with them in person.

     John Lennon and May Pang
 Geller with ‘metallic egg’

John Lennon first alluded to seeing UFOs when he discreetly put, “On the 23rd Aug. 1974 at 9 o’clock I saw a U.F.O.” on the cover of his classic album Walls and Bridges. This was not an attempt by Lennon to be weird and funny on purpose, he actually did see the UFOs apparently.

According to History.com, Lennon was lying in bed naked when he suddenly “got the urge” to walk out onto his balcony where he saw a flying disk with white blinking lights and a red light blinking on top.
Lennon explained that he was completely sober during the entire experience, even though the siting happened during Lennon’s infamous “lost weekend” where he separated from his wife Yoko Ono and went off the rails drinking and doing loads of drugs with his friends.

UltimateClassicRock.com said May Pang, Lennon’s girlfriend throughout the “lost weekend”, said this: “As I walked out

               Lennon sketch drawing

onto the terrace my eye caught this large, circular object coming towards us. It was shaped like a flattened cone, and on top was a large, brilliant red light, not pulsating as on any of the aircraft we’d see heading for a landing at Newark Airport. … When it came a little closer, we could make out a row or circle of white lights that ran around the entire rim of the craft – these were also flashing on and off. There were so many of these lights that it was dazzling to the mind.”

Lennon also apparently took photos of the UFOs but when he developed them nothing showed, but when he also called the police about it they told him they’d had similar calls coming in. Later on, Lennon put his experience in his song, Nobody Told Me, saying, “There’s UFOs over New York and I ain’t too surprised.” But this experience was nothing compared to another story of Lennon coming in contact with extraterrestrial life.

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UFO Story: Lifetime of Extraterrestrial Encounters

 

Article by Becca Martin-Brown                        April 5, 2020                           (nwaonline.com)

• Terry Lovelace had a career as a trial attorney and staff lawyer with the office of the Attorney General. Before that he was a medic in the US Air Force. He has a family and has been married for 46 years. He seems to be a stable, well-adjusted person. But Lovelace has also written of his experiences with “entities not from Earth” in his 2018 book: Incident at Devil’s Den: A True Story.

• Because of these recurring episodes, Lovelace has been diagnosed with PTSD twice in recent years. He says that writing his book and speaking at public conferences has been therapeutic for him. And speaking at UFO conferences has largely been a positive experience. He insists that these alien encounters are true. “If you think I’m a liar,” says Lovelace, “there’s nothing I can do to change that. Have a nice day.”

• Lovelace had long suffered from nightmares, and he hated being in wide-open, exposed places. But it wasn’t until he was jogging in 2012 that he noticed that whenever he’d hit the 2-mile mark, a place just above his knee would go numb. Medical tests revealed an unexplained piece of metal the size of a fingernail implanted in his leg. There was no entrance scar. He had no memory of ever being injured there. He’d never had surgery.

• When Lovelace was about 8 years old, he started seeing ‘little monkey-like people’ in his bedroom at night. As an adult, he would see UFOs, sometimes when he was alone, sometimes with his Air Force buddy, Toby, or his wife.

• In 1977, Lovelace was stationed at an Air Force base in Missouri. One day, he and Toby made the unusual decision to go camping at Devil’s Den State Park in in Arkansas. They found a remote spot on a summit, pitched a tent, and settled in for an evening of sky watching and taking photos of animals and the beautiful scenery. 24 hours later, Lovelace and his friend believe they were taken aboard a spacecraft before being returned to the campsite. Says Lovelace, “[W]hatever they did to me, Toby got a double-dose of it.” The two men never spoke about it, except when Lovelace reassured Toby that he wasn’t crazy and it really did happen as he remembered it.

• Now that Lovelace has written a book and spoken at UFO conferences, he says that something about his story seems to resonate with his audience members. He’s received some 1,300 emails from people who claim they too have had experiences with ETs. “There’s a core group of about 700 that really ring true,” Lovelace says. “There’s a certain commonality that runs through them. They start by saying, ‘You’re not going to believe this’ — and then they tell me unbelievable stories that I absolutely believe.”

[Editor’s Note]   Apparently, Lovelace remembers a triangular UFO craft. This casts doubt that it was actual extraterrestrials that abducted him and his friend. It sounds more like a “MILAB” or ‘military abduction’ using the Air Force’s TR3B craft, with a little mind control thrown in for good measure.

 

      Lovelace in the USAF

It’s hard to dismiss Terry Lovelace as a crazy man. He was an EMT and medic in the Air Force, earned a law degree from the University of Michigan, worked as both a defense attorney and in the offices of the attorney general — oh, and he’s been married to the same woman for 46 years and raised a reportedly happy and functional family.

Lovelace says he never intended to tell the rest of his story — or to write a book about it — until he took up jogging in 2012. Although he’d always suffered from nightmares and hated being in wide-open, exposed places, it was then he noticed something about his body he couldn’t explain. Every time he’d hit the 2-mile mark, a place just above his knee would go numb. Finally, medical tests revealed an unexplained piece of metal the size of a fingernail implanted in his leg.

It wasn’t shrapnel; he’d never been in active combat. He’d never been through surgery. There was no entrance scar. And he had no memory of ever being injured — or did he?

          sketch of the triangle craft

Lovelace is the author of “Incident at Devil’s Den: A True Story” and one of the speakers on the roster at the 33rd annual Ozark Mountain UFO Conference in Eureka Springs, which has been rescheduled for July 24-26. What happened at Devil’s Den in 1977 was the worst event in a lifetime of interactions with what he believes are entities not from Earth.

“I want to be clear from the start,” he says in the introduction to his book, published in 2018. “I’m not on a mission to change your mind about the topic of UFOs or the existence of alien life. … I planned to take my story to my grave.” But having started to tell it two years ago this month, when his book came out, Lovelace says the experience of speaking at UFO conferences has largely been positive.

“After 40 years of speaking to juries, I have zero anxiety speaking in front of people,” he says. “I just tell my story as honestly as I can without embellishment. People appreciate it, and something about the story seems to resonate with them.”

He has also received some 1,300 emails from people who claim they too have had experiences with ETs.

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