UFO stuff & "The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch"

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My guess is Dragon had Mexican for lunch and got an upset stomach.

Otherwise it could be many things, my guess is they always stop focusing on a subject before they know they’ll have a natural explanation that ruins the “anomaly”.

I don’t doubt there is weird ****, and likely unexplainable stuff that occurs there - just like many other places. But, putting a half ass charade of “science” on it does it injustice to what they could really be doing there.
If this is superior technology and brains at work...HEY ALIENS YOU ARE MORONS. Signed: Very disappointed.
 
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On edit: The link below is a free download, no strings attached, of the full original work.

In 1973 there were many UFO/UAP reports around Piedmont, MO. A local Ph.D. Physicist Harley Rutledge from Southeast Missouri State put together a team, a plan, and equipment, to study the objects for years in as Scientific way as possible. His book is a little-known gem of research (book) into the subject Project Identification: Project Identification : Harley Rutledge : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
 
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Remember the movie The Mothman Prophecies? The movie is oh so loosely based on investigative reporter John Keel's very good book by the same name. It was not fiction, but rather his account of investigating the Mothman incident and the high number of UFOs observed in the area where the Mothman was reported in Ohio and West Virginia. I highly recommend this book if you want to read it free online, here is: The Mothman Prophecies. Keel : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
 
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The official release of U.S. Intelligence UFO report:

Investigators tried to categorize the 144 sightings into five categories: airborne clutter, like birds or weather balloons, natural atmospheric phenomena, US government or industry developmental programs, foreign adversary systems, and an alluring catchall: “Other.

Pretty tame in my opinion.

More at: https://www.cnn.com/2021/06/25/politics/ufo-report-pentagon-odni/index.html

...and...

 
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With his shotgun in hand...just in case Dragon has to use it to fend off those far superior technological aliens.

I'd love to see Apple give a statement on what is going with the video of the self dialing I-Phone.
Dragon walking around with his shotgun always in-hand is one of the most comical things about this show. I'm guessing at some point in his life he tried to be a cop and was fired for overzealous behavior.
 

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I operate under the assumption the investigative team and producers of The Secrets of Skinwalker Ranch truthfully portray occurrences there and do not fake events:


Okay, at times it is as if some thirteen-year-old boys designed the ways to investigate the intelligent energies that materialize on Skinwalker Ranch. The rockets seemed a juvenile attempt; but dang, it once again evoked a UAP to pop up in the sky well seen and recorded then absolutely disappear.

But if (as stated above as to validity) the team is observing and recording what they proclaim, we need an army of the best and brightest to take on the challenge to attack the mystery here.


NASA, AAAS, NAS, APS, ATMAE, and many other Scientific bodies must have a few undeterred by the stigma to attack what is a definite riddle out there on the ranch.
 
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Iowa's Mothman-type creature: Witnesses to the "Van Meter Visitor" were prominent men of the 1903 Van Meter community. No one has ever found the Van Meter monster to be a definite hoax or a yarn, though how could it be anything but? Dozens experienced its powerful odor, and amazing abilities to fly and leap. It proved bulletproof and was accompanied by lights.

 
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Season Finale

After several experimental results during the show, it became apparent energy was being radiated from a point about 5000 feet above the "Triangle" area of Skinwalker Ranch. Priorly, balloons and rockets targeted this 5,000-foot mark.

The final show upped the ante and a helicopter took team members to that 5,000-foot spot with a variety of instruments. As the helicopter rose collision avoidance systems kept registering an unseen body closing from beneath the chopper. Frightened by what was occurring the pilot made it to almost 8,000 feet before calling off the flight as untenable as the warning signal repeatedly sounded-the pilot with thousands of hours of flight time had never had this happen before.

That was it for the season. Lame, but was there an invisible craft under the copter or was it a malfunctioning anti-collision?

Anyway, from the sounds of things the team will be back for Season 3 with more no-good happening on Skinwalker Ranch.
 
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Season Finale

After several experimental results during the course of the show, it became apparent energy was being radiated from a point about 5000 feet above the "Triangle" area of Skinwalker Ranch. Priorly, balloons and rockets were slung at this 5,000 foot mark.

The final show upped the ante and a helicopter took team members to that 5,000 foot spot with a variety of instruments. As the helicopter rose collision avoidance systems kept registering an unseen body closing from beneath the chopper. Frightened by what was occurring the pilot made it to almost 8,000 feet before calling off the flight as untenable as the warning signal repeatedly sounded-the pilot with thousands of hours of flight time had never had this happen before.

That was it for the season. Lame, but was there an invisible craft under the copter or was it a malfunctioning anti-collision?

Anyway, from the sounds of things the team will be back for Season 3 with more no good happening on Skinwalker Ranch.

Not surprised with season three as the Alabama PhD dude acts like he is really on to something.
Questions I have are-- what other electronic gizmos can he possibly bring to the ranch next year? Will Dragon finally find a use for his shotgun? Will the Rabbi return for more portal insights?
 

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Not surprised with season three as the Alabama PhD dude acts like he is really on to something.
Questions I have are-- what other electronic gizmos can he possibly bring to the ranch next year? Will Dragon finally find a use for his shotgun? Will the Rabbi return for more portal insights?

Travis is in on a lot of these types of shows. He has credentials and comes across as serious, and curious, though edged in amateurish enthusiasm. I don't fault him at all. Why not have a team of professional Scientist specialists in appropriate fields of study?

The Skinwalker Ranch experience leaves a lot of questions unanswered, even several very basic ones. What would be the best way to study the phenomena occurring there? How best could the team capture some concrete evidence beyond "Hey! My cell is acting crazy," "We are getting hit by energy waves!," or "What!?"

-Past (NIDS) incidents at Skinwalker include camera wires being cut on security system cameras as that camera itself was under surveillance!

-The four UAPs captured on tape are pretty damn interesting, especially when and where they appear.

-Examination of cattle mutilations identifies two, metallic implements, that were used to sever tissue. Also, the zipper effect on hides and indications of precise deep incisions used to core out the animal's insides are left unexplained.

Yeah, they are on to something. Next year, I want a bigger and better team for season 3 (being filmed now).

I hope Dragon asks the team to call him by his given name: Bryant.
 
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I guess I have made this post a repository of all things related to the phenomenon.

And so, I give a link here to the high-quality, free, full-length, access to "The UFO Phenomenon" documentary (1 hour, 18 minutes):

 
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I guess I have made this post a repository of all things related to the phenomenon.

And so, I give a link here to the high-quality, free, full-length, access to "The UFO Phenomenon" documentary (1 hour, 18 minutes):


If you view this documentary you will notice a UFO investigator Professor James E. McDonald, Ph.D. about 3/4 way through. He got his Ph.D. from Iowa State and later committed suicide.
http://www.ufoevidence.org/researchers/detail24.htm

Some see a trend like this with UFO researchers dying oddly from very rare cancers, disappearing, or just being found inexplicably dead. It appears more a figment of connecting unconnected things than a real happening.



 
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"TRINITY: The Best-Kept Secret" is a newer book by Jacques Vallée and Paola Leopizzi Harris.

"Trinity" gets a few pans: But overall, it has a pretty intriguing story of a 1945 eyewitness investigation of an alien crash and observation of its occupants. Halfway through the book and, I don't know how to attack the account on its face without making the eyewitness mistaken, or hoaxer-but facts don't seem to make that an easy path.

I give the book high marks: https://www.amazon.com/TRINITY-Best-Kept-Jacques-F-Vallée/dp/B0B8BPCK1R/ref=sr_1_1?crid=Y2CT592ZC6J7&keywords=trinity+the+best+kept+secret+jacques+vallee+paola+harris&qid=1667003244&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIxLjY5IiwicXNhIjoiMS41NiIsInFzcCI6IjEuNTMifQ==&sprefix=best+kept+secret+jacque+vallee,aps,976&sr=8-1
 
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"TRINITY: The Best-Kept Secret" is a newer book by Jacques Vallée and Paola Leopizzi Harris.

"Trinity" gets a few pans: But overall, it has a pretty intriguing story of a 1945 eyewitness investigation of an alien crash and observation of its occupants. Halfway through the book and, I don't know how to attack the account on its face without making the eyewitness mistaken, or hoaxer-but facts don't seem to make that an easy path.

I give the book high marks: https://www.amazon.com/product-reviews/B094YNBG8T
Interesting, I think that I'll order that just for the heck of it. I hadn't heard much about the 1945 incident but it sounds intriguing.
 

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Interesting, I think that I'll order that just for the heck of it. I hadn't heard much about the 1945 incident but it sounds intriguing.
I got it on Kindle as a birthday present. If you want to take this subject seriously, I think this case is building as one of the better substantiated, though mostly unknown to the public.
 
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