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Skinwalker Ranch: No Trespassing [Kindle Edition]

Ryan Skinner
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There is a piece of property in Utah that borders the Uintah-Ouray Indian Reservation in the north-east extent of the state that many believe to be a vortex of inter-dimensional and paranormal activity. Due to the untold number and frequency of unexplainable encounters this location has earned itself the name of Skinwalker Ranch. But the Skinwalker—a legendary creature feared back before the time of the Native Americans indigenous to the Great Basin—is only a small part of a phenomena that includes some of the most intense UFO sightings ever witnessed and recorded, inter-dimensional portals, intelligent orbs of energy, physical entities beyond identification and other real-life manifestations. For the first time you have the opportunity to hear the voices and words of those who have dared to enter into that vortex, to know of their experiences first hand, to separate truth from fiction and decide for yourself if the world is really what you think it is.

Skinwalker Ranch No Trespassing is Ryan T. Skinner’s second book exploring the paranormal activity associated with the property in north-east Utah. Unlike his first book which was drawn from his own personal experience and the deep emotional impact it had on him, this second work is a historical perspective that traces the origin of the Skinwalker back more than 3000 years up until the most recent sighting reported in and around the Great Basin and the Four Corners area of the United States, relying on and drawing from the stories and narratives of eye witnesses, including confidential sources with first person knowledge of and experience on and around the Skinwalker Ranch itself. Written with co-author D. L. Wallace, one of the field’s most prolific ghost writers, Skinwalker Ranch No Trespassing is assured to bring you where you have never been before.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4728 KB
  • Print Length: 274 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1499553765
  • Publisher: Voodoo Creations LLC; 2 edition (15 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #163,317 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Intriguing accounts, but numerous errors 8 Oct. 2014
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This is Ryan Skinner's second book about the so-called Skinwalker Ranch, a property in the USA with claims to being a long-running paranormal and UFO hot spot. His previous book ('Skinwalker Ranch: Path of the Skinwalker') focused on some of his personal experiences thereabouts. The new book cites testimony from numerous other people who've allegedly had anomalous experiences on the ranch or in the wider area.


The ranch, which covers 480 acres (three-quarters of a square mile), is about two-and-a-half miles south-west of Fort Duchesne in Utah. Skinner states that it's on the "southern border of the Uintah [and Ouray] Indian Reservation" (p. 1). However, from what I can determine, it's within, not on the very edge of, the reservation, although the ranch terrain itself doesn't seem to be classed as tribal land. On p. 28, Skinner mistakenly gives the general location as "south-east Utah", for which we should read "north-east Utah".

In the religion and lore of the Native American tribes of the south-western USA, a skinwalker is an evil, shape-shifting witch. The first book to focus on the phenomena at the ranch was 'Hunt for the Skinwalker', by Dr Colm Kelleher (a biochemist by background) and George Knapp (a journalist). It was published in 2005, and reported a wide array of manifestations, such as poltergeist-type effects, UFO sightings, and cattle mutilations. Kelleher and Knapp (p. 44) state (apparently on the basis of information provided by a man known as Junior Hicks) that the ranch has been declared off-limits to members of the Ute tribe, because it supposedly lies in the path of the skinwalker - hence the figurative use of 'skinwalker' in the title of Kelleher and Knapp's book, and the colloquial name given to the ranch.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Diary 13 Mar. 2015
By Mr. Nicholas Wright TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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Having a keen interest in all things weird, kooky and supernatural and having read a lot about the ranch I bought this Book. - A lot of the content is a little boring being basically a diary of events at the ranch from various sources, and unless you have an interest in actual times dates and places it won`t hold your interest but there are some parts of this book that were informative and interesting, I particularly enjoyed the references to the history of what a skinwalker is and the indian history, I didn`t really find the remote viewing information particularly interesting or viable, - not sure I actually believe that stuff. Not a bad book though if you`re a skinwalker ranch fan.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 15 Jan. 2015
By Deb69
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I really enjoyed this book. Skinwalker Ranch sounds like a fascinating place, albeit a scary one. Would like to read more witness accounts, especially relating to Bigfoot encounters.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars 2 Dec. 2014
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Very interesting read
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Eye-Popping, Jaw-Dropping, Thought-Provoking Read!! 1 Jun. 2014
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In his second book detailing the Skinwalker Ranch's high strangeness, Ryan Skinner reveals to the reader everything he has learned during his investigations of the area, and the secrets he has held on to for the past 7 years.
This book contains secret files that have never been shared with anyone other than those who work for the government and Bigelow, owner of the ranch.
This book offers detailed accounts of paranormal events that happened on the ranch, as told by the witnesses.
There are documented experiences from the guards that worked on the ranch, along with accounts told by the Native Indian Tribes that have lived in the area all their life. Also, experiences are shared by research journalists while investigating the area.
These people experienced multiple paranormal events, including aerial anomalies, unexplained encounters with paranormal and alien entities, unexplained disruptions to the physical environment, balls of light, strange creatures walking through the area, and just about every type of "weirdness" one could imagine!
In the end, you are left asking the questions, "What is this place? Is it a portal to another dimension? Are these entities demonic, angelic, extraterrestrial, or inter-dimensional travelers? Why are they here? Is this place being used by the government to do secret experiments that are hidden from the public, or is it just sacred land where the Native's ancestors preformed spiritual ceremonies, as they claim?"
This book is well written, offers documented government files of the events, and has many, many stories and personal experiences from people in the area known as Skinwalker Ranch.
If you love reading about the paranormal, this book is an absolute must to add to your library.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Sheds light on what's happening at the ranch without overreaching for explanations 7 July 2014
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A good collection of source documents and interviews, and I think Skinner provides a balanced assessment of Bigelow's motivations and activities regarding the ranch. In the absence of information, people tend to just make stuff up, so there are lots of wild conspiracy theories about Bigelow and the ranch; but reading the information that Skinner has uncovered suggests a more plausible story. Bigelow and cohorts want to know what's going on; fair enough, so does everyone else, and there's nothing nefarious in that. Even if part of the motivation is putting what they learn to some profitable or military purpose, again, that's reasonable, and it's how our economy functions; just ask Boeing or General Motors. And given the intense interest the ranch has generated, Bigelow is sensible to have it secured and guarded. No landowner wants unknown adventurers running around--even on publicly owned land; you can't go exploring Yosemite in the middle of the night either. It would be great to know more about what they've learned about the phenomena, but based on the results of any other research of this nature, I suspect the researchers know a little more than when they started but don't have any definitive explanations.

Skinner mercifully doesn't overreach for explanations to the phenomena. Of course, we all want to know what's going on, but proposing explanations without sufficient evidence just puts limitations on our understanding. If you decide "It's aliens" or "It's gods and demons" or "It's swamp gas," you're going to see everything through that filter and miss out on any material that might point in a different direction.

The book could be a bit more polished; it could have used an editor to give it a bit clearer structure and a copy editor for the text, but as for the content, if you're at all interested in the ranch or the phenomena, this is an extremely valuable resource.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Collection of Spooky Stories 21 July 2014
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This is a great collection of spooky, weird stories - mostly first-person accounts - about things that go bump in and around the place called Skinwalker Ranch. It will be of interest to anyone who enjoys the true ghost/paranormal story genre and also those interested in the history of this remarkable location. It will be of complete frustration to anyone interested in finding an explanation for the strange phenomena reported and likely cause anyone to wants to adjudicate the veracity of the accounts given to tear their hair out and stomp on it.

For those not familiar with Skinwalker Ranch, in addition to his prior book the first author also runs a website devoted to the topic. Other books have also been published about the area and discussion of the ranch is featured on various paranormal podcasts. This book fits into that web of information, but it also stands alone as an excellent read and an introduction to a fascinating topic.

Some of the accounts given in this book were much less sensational than what I had been led to believe the phenomena associated with the ranch were, while others were completely new and just jaw-dropping. The book is a very enjoyable read because it is a series of first-person accounts collected from a variety of sources woven together in a straightforward way. You get to hear people speak in their own voices, which paints a different picture than if the author is telling you about them.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The author did a good job with a topic that is often dealt with ... 20 July 2014
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Well written account of the unusual activities at an isolated ranch in Utah. The author did a good job with a topic that is often dealt with in a more dramatic style. He has first hand interviews as well as his own experiences. I found his work very interesting. In fact I liked it enough that I am now reading his first book on the subject,Skinwalker Ranch: Path of the Skinwalker. If you have an interest in such things, I think you will find Skinwalker Ranch: No Trespassing well worth your time.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting but still no closer to the truth 2 Jun. 2014
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This book is leaps and bounds better than Ryan's last book on the same subject. Obviously, he has matured as a writer and grown more comfortable with the process. Additionally, this book isn't as personal; there are selections of experiences from different people with different backgrounds who have visited or lived near the ranch. In all, the strangeness of the tales meshed with each other but didn't offer up any fully- thought-out theses on what those happenings were or are.

The author is the first to admit he doesn't know the origination of the anomalies, so that leaves you wanton for some-any- design on what is going on. It seems to be at the fingertips of investigators and visitors but sorely out of reach. I have read other books regarding this area and, while the stories are equally fantastic, they offer no more answers, only more questions.

Buy the book- it is definitely worth it. I know the author has put a lot of work into it and is passionate about his investigations.
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