The Legend Of Skinwalker Ranch

Skinwalker Ranch (also called Sherman Ranch or UFO Ranch) is a large property near the small town of Ballard, Utah that is almost 500 acres in size. It boarders the Ute Indian Reservation.

The Utes will not enter the area known as Skinwalker Ranch because they believe it is fertile territory for skinwalkers: “The Utes take this very seriously. They think the Skinwalkers are powerful spirits that are here because of a curse that was put on them generations ago by the Navajos. And the center of the whole legend is this ranch. The Utes say the ranch is “the path of the skinwalker.” Tribe members are strictly forbidden from setting foot on the property. It’s been that way for a long time.”

Beginning in the 1950’s the area around Skinwalker Ranch has been a hotbed of UFO activity (according to locals).

In 1994 Skinwalker Ranch became well known when Terry and Gwen Sherman (the names are popular pseudonyms for the real family) and their children purchased the property only to be driven from the home after two years of increasingly terrifying paranormal events.

When the family moved in, they found deadbolts on doors and windows that puzzled them. Some of the doors and windows had deadbolts on both the inside and the outside. They also found large chains outside that looked like they may be for the purpose of restraining a heavy animal.

While they lived on the ranch the family experienced multiple cattle mutilations, crop circles, hearing voices calling from nowhere, inanimate objects moving before their eyes, UFOs and seeing strange birds and other animals on the property.

In one instance, the family saw a wolf attacking one of their cattle. They shot the wolf multiple times with a handgun and the wolf did not react to the gunshots at all and appeared unharmed while it continued to attack the cattle. Eventually after being shot six times, the wolf ran off and eventually vanished.

They saw a UFO larger than “two football fields” and apparent alien figures “over seven feet tall”.

In two years the family lost 20% of their heard to cattle mutilation.

In 1996 the family vacated their home.

Later in 1996 billionaire Robert Bigelow (he owns Budget Suites) bought the ranch for $200,000 and made it the home of a paranormal research group, The National Institute for the Discovery of Science, which operated until 2004. The organization is later replaced by the Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies.

Bigelow’s findings were that the UFOs seen in the area were “not consistent” with current military aircrafts.

After not being able to actively replicate studies since such activity cannot be replicated regularly, Bigelow decided to sell the property to a company called Ademantium holdings.

However, when researching this “company,” I found that no such company exists. So we may not truly know who owns the property now. But they have surveillance equipment, a gate and 24 hour armed guards at the entrances of the property. So it seems like whatever they’re researching sure must be important.

If you’re interested in this topic watch the video below. It goes way more in depth on the history and activity of skinwalker ranch.

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