In the Ghost Hunting Theories series based on our observations of the History Channel show "The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch," Dennis Guern and I have covered a LOT of subject matter. In this installment, we plan to talk about one of many places with similar phenomena - San Luis Valley in South Central Colorado into the border of New Mexico.
The UFO Watchtower in Hooper, Colorado within the San Luis Valley is a popular attraction. Judy Messoline has done a fine job of taking advantage of a great viewing area for oddities in the sky and making a welcoming site - can even camp there!
UFOs are just one aspect of oddities in this area. This is similar to what is experienced at Skinwalker Ranch.
LINK: It is an extensive high-altitude depositional basin of approximately 8,000 square miles (21,000 km2) with an average elevation of 7,664 feet (2,336 m) above sea level. The valley is a section of the Rio Grande Rift and is drained to the south by the Rio Grande, which rises in the San Juan Mountains to the west of the valley and flows south into New Mexico. The valley is approximately 122 miles (196 km) long and 74 miles (119 km) wide, extending from the Continental Divide on the northwest rim into New Mexico on the south.
The region has regular sightings of Bigfoot. Here is just one example from the BFRO -
(Witness stated the incident occurred while he was with his mom, dad and uncle four-wheeling on the Como Road in the *Sangre De Cristo Mountains in the San Luis Valley in Colorado on Sunday, August 20th, 2000.)
We had made it past Lake Como and to the end of the Jeep road, where we fished for a while and ate our lunch. When we left the last lake, it was about 1:30 p.m., with my uncle and me in the lead on our four-wheelers. We had gone about a half a mile when my uncle and I spotted both something that looked like a dead, burned tree stump that was about 7 to 8 feet tall.
We didn't think to much of it until it moved. It stood upright and walked like a man. At first, we thought it was a hiker but it was all the same color, from head to toe. It walked about 15 yards before it walked into the trees. My uncle and both stopped to make sure we saw the same thing. But we drove down the road about 300 to 400 yards before we decided to go look for it. We walked into the trees about 200 yards and came to a small meadow. My uncle was looking the other way when at the other end of the meadow it ran through. I yelled, "There it goes"!. We took off after it, on foot. This time I got a little bit better chance to look at it. The creature was a light to a medium brown and had shaggy long hair, it stood about 7 feet tall.
When we reached the end of the meadow, each of us went in an opposite direction. My uncle went the same direction as the bigfoot, and I went the other way in case it double-backed on us. But we didn't see the creature after that. We did find a few footprints, but didn't have any plaster to make a mold. So we went back down the mountain.
I know what I saw that day and no one can tell us otherwise.
*Blanca Peak is a sacred mountain for the Navajo. LINK: “We call it Sisnaajini (white shell mountain). It is the Sacred mountain made by First Man and First Woman, together with the Yei’i’ (the Holy People) and made with white shells, white lightening and rain clouds. Bald Eagles migrate through the valley in spring.
Cattle mutilations abound in the San Luis Valley much like at Skinwalker Ranch.
LINK: Manuel A. Sanchez has ruled out every logical explanation for the fate that has befallen the calves on his ranch in southern Colorado.
Over the past month, he’s found four calves dead in a way that he cannot reconcile with anything in his 50 years of raising cattle: eyes and ears missing, tongues and genitals excised in what appeared to be a series of fine cuts.
Likely if one were to take EMF readings in this region, they might come across some strange findings as well. It appears that Skinwalker Ranch is a very fine example of a portal-like location that could very well be demonstrated in other locations around the Earth. All one has to do is follow the clusters of phenomena. Indigenous people in these areas help also as their legends often incorporate explanations for "cursed" land.
Dennis Guern and I hope to continue with some other interesting locations around the world with similar characteristics.
If you want to know more about the San Luis Valley area phenomena, we suggest -
Christopher O'Brien has made a focused task of documenting and archiving the activity in this region. We highly suggest you check out his information.
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Other installments in our series -
Link 1 - Thorium and other rare earth elements?
Link 2 - The Ark of the Covenant?
Link 3 - Portal(s)?
Link 4 - REE's (Rare Earth Elements)
Link 5 - Ancient Giants
Link 6 - Alien Base
Link 7 - New Evidence of Portals Between Universes
Link 8 - Bigelow and Fugal Coincidence?
Link 9 - Our Speculation Summarized