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Skinwalker Ranch : Path of the Skinwalker Kindle Edition
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Unfortunately, Skinner doesn't give much historical information about the ranch, so I'll start by providing some, drawing (in good part) on Chapter 16 of my 2012 book 'Zones of Strangeness: An Examination of Paranormal and UFO Hot Spots'.
The Uinta Basin has reportedly been the setting for UFO activity over many years. It's discussed in an interesting book by Dr Frank Salisbury, entitled 'The Utah UFO Display'. It first appeared in 1974. An updated version was published in 2010, and includes an informative section on the aforementioned ranch.
The ranch is located about two-and-a-half miles south-west of Fort Duchesne and is surrounded by the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation. Known colloquially as the 'Skinwalker Ranch', it has attracted much attention over recent years, because of claims that it's been the setting for UFO sightings, cattle mutilations, poltergeist-type effects, and other anomalies.
The first book to focus on the phenomena at the ranch was 'Hunt for the Skinwalker', by Dr Colm Kelleher and George Knapp. It was published in 2005. Although very readable, it appears to contain some serious errors.
In the religion and lore of the Native American tribes of the south-west USA, a skinwalker is an evil, shape-shifting witch. Kelleher and Knapp (p.Read more ›
However, if I personally had seen what the author says he has seen, I would be writing this review from the local asylum, and not from the comfort of my settee. I have some difficulty comprehending how he has managed to deal with the implications of what he has seen and is thus suggesting.....
Any further words fail me....