Ancient California Legend “Nightwalker” Caught On Camera (On Purpose Of Course)

Ancient California Legend “Nightwalker” Caught On Camera (On Purpose Of Course)

This is intriguing… ( mentioned them recently on their site)… especially since this is the year that a Bigfoot Sasquatch was supposedly killed... our star family tell us that we are in a big reunion of mermaids, forest beings, elementals, huge creatures from deep ocean… as well as our ET family… all one big happy family… don’t shoot ‘em okay?

Indian in the machine

From the Zetatalk website

In the forest of California, there’s a rooted legend that has gone for generations, beings that seem to have no arms, no body but they have a head and long legs, tend to walk through the forests at night. No one has been able to discredit them and the locals called them “Night Walkers / Crawlers”. Would the zetas like to comment if these magical creatures are real? Aliens? Tree People? The protector of the forest/land?   [and from another] November, 2007 in Fresno, California (near Yosemite).  The clip, below, depicts a very thin upright creature with some type of cape which covers them slowly walk across the back yard, in front of the security camera.  Watch it — several times — and see what you think it could be.  [and from another] March 28, 2011 in Yosemite, California.

We predicted at the start of the ZetaTalk saga that conscious sightings of aliens would occur, eventually leading to capture on video. This occurred in Nebraska in 2003, a father capturing a blinking alien peeking in the window when he was seeking to discover his daughter’s peeping Tom. Conscious contact has occurred elsewhere around the world also, such as during the Brazilian Roswell in 1996 and in Voronezh, Russia in 1989. The Skinny Bob video, provided by MJ12 recently, is another such valid video capture.

The aliens called NightWalkers have been known to the native of California, the American Indians, for generations. They had conscious contact with them before the rule restricting conscious contact was imposed by the Council of Worlds. The NightWalkers are resident aliens in the Service-to-Other orientation, who prefer to remain in 3rd density for the many visitations they perform. They have allowed themselves to be captured on film, an undeniably alien form for Earth, to assist the Awakening. Their long legs facilitated travel on their native planet, which was awash in swamps.


15 thoughts on “Ancient California Legend “Nightwalker” Caught On Camera (On Purpose Of Course)

  1. This is the type of vehicle that I’m considering acquiring to equip my security trust with for contact work, because it’s a diesel that doesn’t use electricity and will keep running and driving when a gas engine with spark plugs will quit:

    “1986 Isuzu Trooper Turbo Diesel – 4×4”

    “Acetylene gas lamps were used to illuminate buildings, as lighthouse beacons, and as headlights on motor-cars and bicycles. Portable acetylene gas lamps, worn on the hat or carried by hand, were widely used in mining in the early twentieth century. They are still employed by cavers, hunters, and cataphiles.”

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    “Karbidlampe Carbide lamp”

    This is a new carbide cycle lamp:

  2. I’ve seen a type of being similar to the ones in this article’s videos at a distance of 25 to 50 feet. It looked like a 5 or 6 foot tall ghost and walked right through the kitchen table in the kitchen next to the living room where I was sitting, and then up the stairs on the other side of the kitchen. If it had taken notice of me, or moved aggressively towards me I would have been concerned. But it didn’t, so I just watched it.

    Some paranormal activity is probably extradimmensional, and some advanced ET technology. One of my motives for running an op in dark canyon, even if it might be dangerous, is to try to find out more information about who is responsible for the beam weapon head shot that I survived south of Sacramento, CA in 2011. And to gain some experience dealing with what appear to be negative ETs who may be an impediment to our safe transition into becoming an ET civilization ourselves.

    Few people are willing to do this type of work, and almost no one outside government is willing or capable of putting the types of weapons and equipment into the mix that I am. It’s the only rational, responsible way that I know of to deal with the threats, violence and intimidation that most people run into once they reach a certain level in contact work.

    This a rack and case for safely storing and transporting the types of equipment that I have and am aquiring for the security trust that I formed for extraterrestrial contact work:

    1. If there’s any truth to these reports from the Skinwalker Ranch area, they may be augmented creatures for enhanced survivability similar to the reports of Super Soldier experiments:

      “On the day the Gormans moved their furnishings onto the property, they had their first foreshadowing of the events that would follow. They spotted an extremely large wolf out in the pasture. The wolf cautiously made its way across the field, and, to the surprise of everyone, sidled up to the family, acting like it was a familiar pet. It had rained that day, and the family remembers the wolf smelled like a wet dog as they were petting it. After a few minutes, the wolf strolled over to the corral and grabbed a calf by its snout, attempting to pull it through the corral bars. Gorman and his father began beating on the wolf’s back with sticks but it wouldn’t release the calf. Gorman grabbed a .357 Magnum from his truck and shot the wolf at point-blank range. The slug had no noticeable effect. Gorman pumped another bullet into the wolf, which then let go of the calf but stood looking at the family as if nothing had happened. Gorman shot it two more times with the powerful handgun. The big animal backed off a bit, but showed no signs of distress, not even any blood. The mystified rancher retrieved a hunting rifle and shot the wolf again, once more at close range. Gorman is not only an experienced marksman but a big-game hunter of considerable repute. Five slugs should have been enough to bring down an elk, let alone a wolf. The fifth shot caused a chunk of hair and flesh to fly off the wolf, but it still didn’t seem fazed. After a sixth shot, the wolf casually trotted across the field into a muddy thicket. Gorman and his father tracked the beast for about a mile, following its pawprints through the mud, but the tracks suddenly ended, as if the wolf had simply vanished into thin air. Returning to the corral area, Gorman examined the chunk of wolf flesh and says it looked and smelled like rotten meat. He made inquiries among his neighbors, but no one seemed to know anything about any tame, over-sized wolves in the area. A few weeks later, Mrs. Gorman encountered a wolf that was so large, its back was parallel with the top of her window as it stood beside her car. The wolf was accompanied by a dog-like animal that she couldn’t identify. Over the next two years, a menagerie of weird animals was reported by family members and neighbors. While driving into the ranch on a bright afternoon, Gorman and his wife saw something attacking one of their horses. They described it as “low to the ground, heavily muscled, weighing perhaps 200 pounds, with curly red hair and a bushy tail.” It somewhat resembled a muscular hyena and seemed to be clawing at their horse, almost playing with it. Gorman got within 40 feet of the animal but says it literally vanished before his eyes. Poof. Gone. They checked the horse and found numerous claw marks on its legs. (A few months later, the wife of a deputy sheriff reported seeing a similar muscular, reddish beast running across the property.) Another visitor to the ranch had a more ominous encounter in the middle homestead, the same place where I was set out as bait. The visitor, along with Gorman and his son, say they saw a large blurry “something” moving through the trees. The visitor has been meditating when this thing showed up. It swiftly moved from the trees, across the pasture, covering 100 yards in seconds, and when it reached the man, it let out a ferocious roar, something akin to a large bear, a roar loud enough to be heard hundreds of yards away. But this was no bear. It was, according to the Gormans, nearly invisible, resembling the camouflaged being in the movie Predator. The visitor was so scared, he grabbed on to Gorman and wouldn’t let go. He left the ranch and has never returned. Other creatures and beings were also seen, including exotic, multicolored birds that were certainly not native to the region and could not be identified. There were numerous close encounters with dark, nine-foot-tall beasts that resembled a Bigfoot or Sasquatch.”

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    1. There are reports that part of what’s going on in these underground bases is super soldier work, which no doubt involves human experimentation and a lot of crimes against humanity. These people are said to have enhanced survivability that results in weapons being less effective against them. Not that I want to hurt an experiment or an ET, but if they’re going to hurt or kill me, that doesn’t leave me with a lot of options.

      This is a security cabinet that I’m planning to buy and have installed in the cab of my truck for use as a weapons locker in case it gets broken into again:

      This is an antimaterial pistol that when loaded with 30-06 armor piercing ammunition, will penetrate up to 1 inch of steel plate. That could be effective against a hostile probe, small ship, off planet lifeforms in the large dangerous game catagory, or malevolent terrestrials:

      I had a Norton security program installed on the laptop that I bought to replace the one that got stolen last year when my truck was broken into. And activated the antitheft system which locks and locates the computer if it gets stolen. I’m also planning to have a security system installed on my truck. Once the weapons locker and security system are installed in and on my truck, I should be in a stronger position to resume running contact ops with a higher degree of safety.

      I’m thinking of renting a 4×4 in Salt Lake City and driving up to Roosevelt to take a look at Dark Canyon north of Skinwalker Ranch as a possible location to run a contact op. I’m not thrilled about dealing with negative ETs/EDs. But it looks like they may be involving themselves in my contact work whether I want it or not. Experience is the best teacher, and there may be positive ETs there to watching the negative ones.

    2. It’s common during ET contact to have electrical issues that preceed an escalation that can lead to negative circumstances like missing time, an abduction or an attack. This is an account from the Skinwalker Ranch, Dark Canyon area of operations:

      “We had 3 experiences that we are still trying to understand ourselves that might be worth passing along. We ended up taking notes because we experienced the batteries on 3 different cameras and two different digital records all draining within 30 seconds of each other and were left with only pen and paper.

      I suppose that the first thing to note is that after stopping on Ufo Hill for an hour we made our way down towards the southern gate figuring that we would do a loop of the area prior to stopping at the Southern Vantage and then on up to East Gate.

      As we made our way down towards the Southern Gate are we experienced our radio acting up. I was about to turn it off when my son said “did the radio just say “stop stop”? We pulled over to the side of the road and turned up the radio. We gave it about five minutes and nothing happened so we took back off leaving the radio on. We had just started moving when the word LEAVE came over the radio. It was loud, mechanical and direct. It was loud enough to where it startled me.

      I don’t know what caused it but it was very clearly the word “leave”. Then all of the sudden our radio started working normally again.
      We drove up to where the southern end of the property is (south gate) and stopped. We got our cameras and recorders out and were setting everything up so that we could go out and take a bunch of pictures and talk about what we were seeing. We have one video camera, a couple of still cameras and we decided to take a digital recorder with us to use as a note pad.

      As we prepped our gear we both thought we heard walking in the snow by us. I believe it was probably a deer or some other large animal but nothing too unusual. We are approaching this experience as the novices that we are but with both of us having military backgrounds I would say that we are open minded but a little skeptical or were up until last night (skeptical).

      We grabbed our gear and began to start taking pictures when the screen/viewfinder on the camera I was going to use went blank. I had charged all of the batteries and double checked them prior to leaving our hotel room so at first I was just mad figuring I had done something wrong in the charging process.

      Then my son said that the batteries in his camera were dead too. I picked up my other camera and it wouldn’t turn on. The digital recorder was also dead. They all were on and working we took them out of the car and they were all dead when we went to use them. I guess it could be a coincidence but it was weird that they all happened at the same time.”

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      So there needs to be a plan B during night ops to maintain operational functionality if electrical issues arrise. One is to close up the patrol if there’s more than one person involved to stay within voice range. Another is a gas lantern and cameras that use film, as well as illumination flares and tracers as these videos illustrate:

      “Czech military white illuminating parachute flare.”

      “Six Red Rain Czech Military Flare 26.5”

      “Thompson Submachine Gun Tracers”

  3. “The Oregon Vortex is a roadside attraction located in Gold Hill, Oregon, in the United States. It consists of a number of interesting effects which skeptics believe to be optical illusions, but which the attraction’s proprietors propose are the result of paranormal properties of the area (see gravity hill).[citation needed] It is located at

    42.49313°N 123.085113°WCoordinates: 42.49313°N 123.085113°W.

    According to the locals, a gold assay office built in the area in 1904 slid from its foundation in the early teens, coming to rest at an odd angle. Odd angles seem to create an illusion of objects seemingly rolling uphill. The same effect can be seen in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Caverns and at Santa Cruz, California’s Mystery Spot. Oregon Vortex is also famous for “height change” as the relative height of the two people changes varying on where they stand.[1] Most people believe this effect happens due to a distorted background which results in a forced perspective, as with an Ames room.[2] It also shares similar properties with the mystery spot located outside St.Ignace in the upper peninsula of Michigan. The effects are interestingly similar.[3]

    The site was investigated on a second season episode of the SyFy reality show Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files, and although there seemed to be a small debate between the show’s investigators over the “height change” phenomenon, they ultimately concluded that overall, all of the effects demonstrated were optical illusions.

    It was also mentioned on season 3, episode 11 (“Mystery Spot”), of The CW’s Supernatural by Jared Padalecki’s character, Sam Winchester.”

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    Oregon Vortex official website:

  4. “Skinwalker Ranch

    Coordinates: 40°15′29.37″N 109°53′18.21″W

    Skinwalker Ranch, also known as Sherman Ranch, is a property located on approximately 480 acres (1.9 km2) southeast of Ballard, Utah that is allegedly the site of paranormal and UFO-related activities. Its name is taken from the skin-walker of Native American legend.

    Claims about the ranch first appeared in the Salt Lake City, Utah Deseret News,[1] and later in the alternative weekly Las Vegas Mercury as a series of articles by journalist George Knapp. These early stories detailed the claims that a family that had recently purchased and occupied the property only to experience an array of inexplicable and frightening events.

    Knapp and co-author Colm Kelleher subsequently authored a book[2] in which they describe the ranch being acquired by the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDSci) to study anecdotal sightings of UFOs, bigfoot-like creatures, crop circles, glowing orbs and poltergeist activity reported by its former owners.[3]

    The ranch, located in west Uintah County bordering the Ute Indian Reservation, was popularly dubbed the “UFO ranch” due to its ostensible 50-year history of odd events said to have taken place there. Knapp and Kelleher cite the 1974 book The Utah UFO Display: A Scientist’s Report by Frank Salisbury and Joseph “Junior” Hicks, which details an earlier investigation into alleged UFO sightings in the Uintah County region, as partial confirmation of their account. According to Kelleher and Knapp, they saw or investigated evidence of close to 100 incidents that include vanishing and mutilated cattle, sightings of unidentified flying objects or orbs, large animals with piercing yellow eyes that they say were not injured when struck by bullets, and invisible objects emitting destructive magnetic fields. Among those involved were retired Army Colonel John B. Alexander who characterized the NIDSci effort as an attempt to get hard data using a “standard scientific approach”.[4] However, the investigators admitted to “difficulty obtaining evidence consistent with scientific publication.” Cattle mutilations have been part of the folklore of the surrounding area for decades, but NIDSci founder Robert Bigelow’s purchase of the ranch and investigation funding was reportedly the result of his being convinced by stories of mutilations that included tales of strange lights and unusual impressions made in grass and soil told by the family of former ranch owner Terry Sherman.[5]

    In 1996, skeptic James Randi awarded Bigelow a Pigasus Award for funding purchase of the property for what he termed a “useless study” of “a ‘haunted ranch’ in Utah”.

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      1. “Hunt For The Skinwalker –
        A True Life
        Scientific ‘X-Files’

        By Colm Kelleher, PhD and George Knapp

        Note – You can hear this remarkable interview of 12-19 with Jeff in our Archives. Buy the book through This is one of the strangest stories you’ll ever read. – ed) Hunt for the Skinwalker documents a real life version of what could be several chilling “X Files” episodes, the difference being that the events in Skinwalker actually happened. The book begins in late 1994 just after an innocent family purchases and moves onto a ranch in an out of the way spot in NE Utah. Quickly the idyllic spot begins to demonstrate some very weird phenomena. Within a month, family members are being literally terrorized by an intelligent, malevolent force that seems to want to drive them off their land. For example: · Their purebred registered cattle are brutally killed and mutilated. · Three dogs that serve as both cattle dogs and family pets are vaporized by apparently intelligently guided, flying blue orbs only a couple of hundred feet from where the rancher sits watching in horror. · The family is subjected to daily rounds of mind games in which the purpose seems to get them off the property as quickly as possible. Things disappear from inside their house and then reappear later. Among dozens of events, while the wife has a shower, her towel disappears and later ends up in the oven. A 70 pound post digger disappears from behind the rancher and a week later, after searching the property, is discovered twenty feet up in a tree. · They hear invisible, discarnate voices laughing at them and mocking them from a few feet away. · They see strange flying objects flying around their property that seem to be involved in killing their cattle. · A mysterious orange object appears over the property and the rancher sees a hole in the sky opening, through which something flies through. As the stress mounts, the teenagers in the family begin to suffer from sleep loss. Their grades drop. By mid 1996, the family has had enough. They are sleeping together on the floor of their living room for protection. They have no idea of how to respond to an intelligent force that seems to know what they are thinking and what they are saying. They go public. They look for help. A high powered science team comprising the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS) with unlimited funds and access to world class technology responds. They are based in Las Vegas and funded by billionaire entrepreneur and aerospace owner Robert Bigelow. NIDS purchases the property, the family moves off. NIDS decides to create a “laboratory of the paranormal” and sets up a command and control center on the ranch. Three scientists, led by Colm A Kelleher PhD, and an arsenal of scientific equipment, including magnetic field, electric field detectors, instruments for monitoring radiation, microwave and radio waves, as well as portable spectrometers and video cameras are quickly deployed on the ranch. Throughout 1996 and 1997, as the team spends hundreds of days on the property, and as they cover every inch of the ranch, mostly at night, they encounter dozens of strange phenomena. For example: · On March 10, 1997 the team gets a phone call from the panicked ranch manager to report that an 84 pound calf has been silently killed in daylight while he and his wife were only 300 yards away. The team hops on a private jet and in five hours is standing over the dead calf. The animal with all internal organs gone, rib-cage ripped open, lies spread eagled on the pasture. The calf’s limbs have been forcibly ripped from their ball and socket joints. An ear is gone. Using forensic analysis and with a veterinary pathologist conducting a necropsy, the team quickly determines that sharp instruments have been used to remove the ear. Forensic analysis determines that a heavy machete instrument was also used. Not a drop of blood is found on or near the calf. The ranch manager is completely spooked. · Two days later at near midnight, the dogs go berserk outside. The team and the ranch manager hop into a truck and drive through the pasture where the cattle are plainly panicked. The bouncing headlight beams pick up two eyes staring from a tree, obviously a large animal. Another large shadow is seen by team members below the tree. The manager, an expert marksman, shoots the creature from the tree and sees it drop to the ground through the rifle scope. According to team leader Kelleher: “we jump out of the truck and run over to the spot; the manager yells that he sees another large creature, shoots twice and plunges into the undergrowth. We run through the dense shrubs and trees, expecting a wounded creature to attack. We spot some weird tracks in the snow, it looks like a large raptor with claws. We spend hours hunting for other evidence or bodies. None are found”. · In April 1997, something invisible drove through a herd of cows and panicked them, scattering them in multiple directions. Simultaneously, the needle of a compass locked onto whatever was amongst the cattle and stayed locked on for nine minutes. · In June 1997, the team witnessed from 75 feet a basketball sized orb that silently hovered in front of us for several seconds. Minutes later one of the team witnessed a huge shadowy object in the infra-red, but the object was invisible to the human eye. · At 2 AM, in August 1997, again seen with the benefit of infrared technology, a six foot tall black, heavily muscled humanoid crawled through some kind of “door” about four feet above the ground and vanished into the night. Another observer only saw a weird light without the benefit of infrared technology. · A couple of days previously, cattle were attacked by a number of small red orbs causing multiple injuries, one death and one abortion. Over the years, the team personally experienced and documented a large array of weird phenomena including unidentified flying objects, bizarre creatures, flying orbs, spikes in magnetic fields, infrared activity and much more. Because the events were so fleeting and rarely repeated, no definitive explanations have ever been proven for what took place. Was it the military? Were family members and the research team hallucinating? Is the ranch haunted? Are aliens involved? Is there a door to another dimension located on the ranch? Hunt for the Skinwalker examines each of these questions. The phenomena are not just localized on the ranch, but are a part of a 50 year history of unusual sightings in the area. The local Ute tribe says the ranch is on the “Path of the Skinwalker” and have 15 generations worth of oral history legends about the property.”

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      2. “The ranch’s previous owners, who had no children, had lived there since the 193O’s. Mr. Meyer had died 15 years previously and Mrs. Meyer lived there by herself for 7 more years before she died. When the Shermans moved in, they had noticed heavy dog chains bolted by each of the four exterior doors. The Shermans assumed the couple had a dog which they moved from chain to chain to keep it out of the sun. Terry inquired about the dog from a previous ranch hand. No, he was told, the Meyers had “Four huge ferocious dogs” which they kept chained by each of the doors.

        In a scenario straight out of a Stephen King novel, the Shermans noticed another peculiar feature of the old place. The inside of every door in the house was outfitted with a heavy dead bolt. At the center of the house was a hallway area with its access doors bolted. In the hallway was a closet with a dead bolt, on the inside of the closet door.

        After their decision to sell out. Terry had fallen into a conversation with a group of Ute Indians who worked at the local water department. The Indians told Terry that they had formed a pool to take bets on how long the Shermans would last on the ranch. The longest guess was a year and a half. The Shermans lasted two years.

        A local Indian shaman friend of Terry’s told him that there were tribal songs about the “spirits and spooks” of the ranch area “going back ten generations.” The shaman said the area was considered “unholy ground” and was “on the path of the skinwalkers.””

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    1. “Cattle mutilations

      Soon after sightings began, the Shermans found one of their cows dead in a field. It had a peculiar hole in the center of its left eyeball but was otherwise untouched with no trace of blood. There was no evidence of predators, footprints or tire tracks. A strange, chemical-like odor was present.

      Later, another dead cow was found with a similar hole in its left eye and a 6-inch hole, only about an inch deep, carved out of its rectum. The same chemical smell was noticeable.

      Cattle mutilations have been reported across the United States since the 1960s, particularly in Western states. In “classic” mutilation cases, the anus is cored out and the cow’s udders and genitalia are removed, all with laser-like precision and no visible sign of blood. The Shermans, who keep close watch on their cattle, believe they may have interrupted the mutilators before they were able to finish.

      Then cows began disappearing altogether.

      “We about rode the saddle horses to death looking for cattle until we realized” they were vanishing, Terry said.

      One appeared to be lifted from the snow where it stood. The Shermans saw the cow’s hoofprints lead into the field, but the prints stopped at the edge of the field near some trees. The area where the cow apparently took its last steps was surrounded by a circle of broken twigs and branches. Above, Terry noticed the tops of the trees appeared to have been cut off.

      “If it’s snow, it’s hard for a 1,200- or 1,400-pound animal to just walk off without leaving tracks or to stop and walk backwards completely and never miss their tracks,” Terry said. “It was just gone. It was very bizarre.”

      The last of the three dead cows was found in January in a clump of trees at the edge of the same field. The cow, which had been seen alive by the Shermans’ son just five minutes earlier, had a 6-inch wide, 18-inch deep hole cored out of its rectum and extending into the body cavity. There was no blood on the cow or the snow, and the same chemical odor was apparent. There was a circle of twigs around the fallen cow and the tops of the trees appeared severed.

      Karr is skeptical. He believes the conclusions of a 1980 New Mexico study by retired FBI agent Ken Rommel Jr., who decided mutilations there were the work of toxic plants and predatory animals. Rommel’s findings are rejected by many New Mexico ranchers, some of whom have lost cows to the phenomenon in the 1990s.

      Hard to deal with

      The cattle deaths and disappearances have been troubling, both psychologically and financially. Even while the Shermans wonder if they can believe what they’re seeing, their bank account has taken a hit. The mutilators didn’t take just any cows, they took the best ones, Terry said.

      “I’ve got a neighbor over here who’s reluctant to talk but he told me they’ve had trouble since he was a small kid and he’s probably 55,” Terry said. “He told me, ‘People will think you’re crazy but you’re not. If you are, then we both have the same problem.’ ”

      Leland Mecham, who lives in nearby Neola, knows the Shermans are not insane. He had two prolonged observations of UFOs, one in the mid-1960s and another a decade later. The second craft he saw was gigantic and had rays of colored light shooting out from its underbelly. After it scanned the landscape, it elevated, streaked across the sky and was gone in an instant, Mecham said.

      “There’s no way it was swamp gas or balloons like everybody tries to pass it off,” Mecham said. “I was probably as skeptical as any man alive, but when I saw these, in my opinion, they had to be operated by somebody. It couldn’t be any other way. And I don’t think there’s anything we’ve got that could move that quick.”
      The Shermans may never know the cause or reason for what they’ve experienced, but they know one thing — they just want it to stop.

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    2. “”Whatever this is, it’s far more complex than we ever anticipated” Col. John Alexander

      “The dimensions of physics are such that I would be quite surprised that in the lifetime of people who are no older than 30 here, we don’t discover some form of life in another universe. -Bill Clinton 2005

      “People have been killed. People have been hurt. It’s more than observational kind of data.” Bob Bigelow, following shortly after physicist Stephen Hawking’s warning to avoid the alien extraterrestrials at all cost

      “Persons wanting to report UFO/unexplained phenomena activity should contact a UFO/ unexplained phenomena reporting data collection center, such as Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies.” FAA advises Air Traffic Controllers

      “Mr. Bigelow did not fund MUFON’s work for BAASS, instead “sponsors” that Bigelow revealed to John Schuessler but not to the other MUFON Board Members put up the money.” James Carrion Former Director of MUFON

      “…Mr. Bigelow hired Mufon to try and capture a UFO on the ground so he can back engineering it to transport people in space…This is the truth and no exaggeration!” Denise M. Stoner, Chief Investigator Florida – Mufon State Section Director ”

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