The Pentagon has finally acknowledged Skinwalker Ranch, the place with one of the highest concentrations of UFO sightings and strange phenomena. A specialist team has been deployed to investigate Skinwalker Ranch, part of the Pentagon’s top-secret study into UFOs.
While some call Skinwalker Ranch a supernatural haven and others simply label it cursed, a scientific study of the 512-acre plot of land revealed its terrible truths. Mysterious crop circles, cow mutilations, and a high concentration of UFO sightings led to an in-depth investigation of the land.
A high level of radiation in the soil was found. That could be the explanation for many of the mysterious happenings. Others, however, seek a more paranormal explanation.
UFO enthusiast Robert Bigelow bought the property for $200,000 in 1996, after a major story published regarding the previous owners’ chilling experiences at the ranch. Bigelow set up surveillance of the ranch, attempting to find answers. When none were found, the ranch was resold.
Brandon Fugal, a real estate tycoon, bought the ranch from Bigelow and has given access to a research team, led by Dr. Travis Taylor, that believes it is more equipped to handle the mystery of Skinwalker Ranch. The team has done work for the U.S. Department of Defense and NASA.
Mr. Fugal claimed that “as early as 1911 the homesteaders started seeing unexplained phenomenon. … by 1979, there were a lot of UFO sightings being documented. There were daylight cattle mutilations. We are talking surgically precise dissections.”
Dr. Taylor led the investigation into the strange occurrences at Skinwalker Ranch. The team that was part of the government probe witnessed multiple UFO sightings, noticed strange anomalies both above and below the ranch, and heard accounts of cows being virtually “turned inside out.”
The £15 million Pentagon study was revealed in a New York Times article, sending shockwaves around the world. Details emerged that the probe was part of the U.S. Defense Department’s mysterious Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.
The investigation head, Dr. Taylor, said that his “hope for being here at Skinwalker Ranch is to get some answers. There are so many stories about the aliens and whatever and if there is something happening I want to find out.”
The answers they found could be deeper than the government or the Pentagon is letting on. Back in February, the Pentagon admitted to testing wreckage from crashed UFOs. That revelation brought a lot of attention, especially from research Anthony Bragalia. Bragalia requested the details of the UFO materials from the Defense Intelligence Agency, along with the results of any tests they conducted.
“This could include physical debris recovered by personnel of the Department of Defense as residue, flotsam, shot-off material or crashed material from UAPS [unidentified aerial phenomenon] or unidentified flying objects,” Bragalia wrote.
The DIA responded with 154 pages of test results including reports of mysterious “memory” metal called Nitinol, which can remember its original shape, even after being folded. It was a “stunning admission” according to Bragalia, and it revealed some “extraordinary capabilities” of potential UFOs.
Skinwalker Ranch has been the object of investigation for quite a while, and many of the strange occurrences were documented by the probe team and released as an eight-part series being screened on Blaze, Wednesday nights. Many answers will likely be revealed, but it is just as likely that things will be kept hidden from the camera and public eye.