I couldn’t see …where we were going… but you said you did and I took your word”:
Part One Of Three Parts
Robert Bigalow is a very rich man. He seems to have a gift that is sadly lacking in today’s world – an open mind. He has financed investigations by teams of scientists in ongoing research on the paranormal, and mysterious phenomenon; as far as I am concerned, the greatest mystery to face mankind. The National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), financed by Bigalow, had a team of scientists on the advisory board, and several scientist field investigators who ventured into the unknown for almost a decade.
They tried to get to bottom of the mutilations of cattle. They also conducted and investigated many UFO claims. However, their most widely known investigation, a hot topic in the UFO community, is known by two words, “ Skinwalker Ranch”.
A child takes a picture of an ET from: 2nd DVD "Jaime Maussan 15 Of UFOs in Mexico"
Bigalow bought a ranch that had to be the end all site for ongoing UFO and metaphysical phenomenon. A man and his family had bought the ranch as an investment and to fulfill a life dream - at least that is what they thought.
What did the “Gormans” experience? UFO craft, animals that couldn’t be killed, intelligently controlled globes of light which killed their dogs, Bigfoot- like creatures, entities that landed in their yard, and many unseen presences. All cataloged in the book “The Hunt For Skinwalker”. This book is a pleasure to read, and is well written. One can really empathize with “Tom Gorman”, a person who, at the end of the book, stands out as one honest and courageous fellow.
I hate to sink the hopes of all of the debunkers out there who think this was make-believe or a publicity stunt. This was the family’s life dream, folks, not some yuppies trying out ranching. This was not just about money either. I am sure even debunkers can sympathize with having a life’s dream and what it can mean. The real family name was never published except by some local “UFO investigators” who tried and succeeded to slip into the ranch - for their 15 minutes of fame.
“Tom Gorman” had an established insemination business raising top quality Simmental and Black Angus cattle. His reputation and his expertise were well respected in more than one state.
Unfortunately, the ranch he purchased just happened to be smack dab in a very powerful UFO hotspot with thousands of sightings recorded. Then, least I forget, there was the cattle mutilations. The “Gormans” knew no more than the average citizen about this subject. They had twenty cattle mutilations in the first year, one done within 45 minutes after last sighting the animal. These were very expensive animals. They finally gave up after two of their best dogs were killed by a blue globe which “seem to lure” the dogs into the bushes after which they were burnt to death. They sold the ranch to Bigilow.
He had the money, the right people, and time - so great, right? - Wrong!
The scientists from NIDS went into this wonderful research laboratory of the unknown with the equivalent of two guns blazing. These scientists pursued and seem to believe there couldn’t policy be anything watching. These overt actions were against the best advice of the only real authority on the subject that matter: the rancher “Tom Gordon who experienced it.
Don’t get me wrong, I loved what NIDS tried to do. However NIDS’ arrogance in believing nothing of intelligence could be observing them at that ranch turned out to be dead wrong.
Before they began the investigation, a debate started , at times “passionate”, between factions within NIDS and the ranch owner, “Tom Gorman”.
“One side wanted to blanket the property with instruments; the other side including Gorman felt too much technology would drive the phenomenon into hiding…
He (Tom Gorman,) felt they (NIDS) should set up command center in adjacent towns. The phenomenon needed to be hunted like an animal…Maybe even like a smart big game animal.” Gorman countered. In other words, Tom Gorman, the person who had experienced this phenomenon first hand for over a year, felt whatever was around was smart. He basically felt they should go in covertly; “creep” into the property from the two closest towns. Catch it and film it unaware.
Even if you begin with a 90% certainty UFOs and other phenomenon are of unintelligent origins, wouldn’t it have been prudent to cover the 10% possibility you were wrong? I would bet, if you were to poll every major UFO researcher, 95% would answer that they believe there is some form of intelligence behind UFO objects. I bet 85% would answer that ETs are probably the best answer to the many of the UFOs sightings. These researchers are, after all, the best experts on UFOs that we have, at least in the public arena.
Even inside our tireless UFO researchers there is a staggering dichotomy. Although UFOs are considered by a large majority of our community as probably having an intelligent source, many of the UFO researchers study the ET phenomenon with the actions of someone who believed they couldn’t possibly be monitoring them. Does anyone believe if ETs wanted us to find them we’d have to look. Someone is hiding and it’s not me.
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