Case File 77-Skinwalker Ranch
The Native American people known as the Utes long have told the legend of skinwalkers. Men and Women who had the power to change their shape from human to beast and had many other supernatural abilities. The Utes held the strong belief that there were doorways with which one could connect with the spirit world beyond. One of those doorways was said to have been on a piece of land in western Utah that had been cursed by the Apache and was forbidden to be tread upon by the Ute people to this very day. Apparently, a centuries old curse did not concern cattle ranchers when then built a 480 acre ranch on that very piece of land. When the Sherman family bought the ranch in 1994 it would begin the tale of what is believed to be one of North America’s most active sites for the paranormal. The ranch itself and the surrounding area have been the setting for countless reports of strange occurrences. UFOs, strange creatures roaming the hillsides, and mysterious apparitions on the property and even inside the house itself. So, put on your 10 gallon tin foil hats and join Braden, Zel, and Dan as they saddle up and ride out to Skinwalker Ranch.
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