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In a funny coincidence, I'm reading "Skinwalkers"by Tony Hillerman. Have you ever heard of that book? I saw it at the library and I've read other books by Hillerman. So the post was timely for me. If strange happenings are there, there has to be a reason, but will we ever know. . .
I came across a mention of "Skinwalker Ranch" when researching the most haunted/strange places in North America for a Huffington Post article. It didn't have nearly this much detail in it, though.This is very creepy.
Yup, that's my day's quota of uneasy. Pretty hard to believe we could be the only ones out there...
That's just plain creepy. I think I'd freak out if something like that happened to me!
At first, I thought you were going to tell a story about the owners killing and skinning people. Although, what you did tell was pretty weird.
Interesting story. I'd never heard of the Skinwalker ranch, but I'll definitely look into it.I wonder if this is the same ranch that was profiled on "Paranormal Witness." In that episode, a family was held hostage in their house by strange wolf-like creatures that walked on two legs.Spooky!
I am surprised that ranch family stayed beyond the first day. That was creepy. After the wolf trapped the wife in her car... well, I would have been gone.Now about the term skinwalker... aren't skinwalkers people who can literally transform into animals? Or am I thinking of something else?
Skinwalkers do not work with glowing lights and strange objects in the air.they work invisibly using the devils power.so all this stuff happening has to be part of the ufo sightings around the area.
you might be a native but you are wrong in your conclusion. the balls of light (BOLS) and the wolves are directly connected. No one has seen a ET yet, but their is a definite connection, and being native does not make you an expert.
Are called NAHUALES in Mexican cultures such creatures,that can change of form,like MANIMAL
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