The answer to what happens at places like Skinwalker Ranch might be found in the pineal gland. In locations where natural conditions (or highly unnatural ones) occur, transmission of electromagnetic frequencies, infrasound, geomagnetic forces... could be affecting this gland we call the "third eye."
Now let's take something in your body that controls systems that could be affected by this reorientation of molecules - the pineal gland (floats in cerebrospinal fluid with direct communication to optic - vision, and controlling hormones such as melatonin for sleep, often referred to as the Third Eye).
*Communicates with the optic nerve so when light levels lower, melatonin is released to initiate sleep.
*Is the size of a piece of a pea and floats in cerebrospinal fluid in the area we refer to as the "third eye."
*Is part of your endocrine system, as it secretes hormones.
*Is part of our internal clock and circadian rhythms.
*Resides deep in the brain between the two hemispheres.
*It signals your time to wake, to sleep, releasing melatonin to make you drowsy once light levels are low (has communication with optic nerve).
*It can alter the behavior of the pituitary gland that regulates thyroid function and growth.
*Plays a large role in us having a sense of direction.
*It is believed by many to secret DMT (hallucinogenic) that affects dreams and mystical experiences).
Now that we understand this part of the brain, let's have a look at how it might play a role in some of what we see at Skinwalker Ranch and in ghostly encounters and the like....
Within the first week, he was sitting at his desk reading documents when he noticed something move out of the corner of his eye. As he looked up, the ghostly figure of a man had walked through one wall, moved across the room and disappeared through another wall. The figure was totally unaware of Walter. Further exposures to this North pole field took place over a second and third week.
The second week, the same ghostly figure moved through the room and glanced toward Walter as he passed through. This time, the figure appeared to have slightly more detail, not quite so ghostly.
The third week, while busy working on documents, Walter noticed a change in the room. When he looked up, the wall had dissolved away and he was looking at a small hill where a man and woman sat beneath a tree. It was the same ghostly male figure who he had seen on the other occasions. He sat quit still, watching this pastoral scene for several minutes.
The man looked over toward Walter and appeared startled. It was as if he clearly SAW Walter this time and possibly recognized Walter as the ghost that he had seen the previous week! The image faded away and the wall restored to its normal condition. From that moment on, Walter never used the pineal stimulator again.