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Larry Ceespooch Interview about the goings on in the Skinwalker Ranch area from Marc Coppell on Vimeo.

Marc over at sent me a link to a recent interview with Larry Cesspooch from the Ute tribe. The man spoke of strange ‘things’ creeping around the infamous Skinwalker Ranch.

Strange tales of tall, bipedal humanoids and werewolf-like creatures plague the territory where the ranch exists. If you know anything about the place, you’re in for a treat.

In early July of 2013 we set off to the area of Fort Duchesne, Utah. After reading/hearing various stories about the famous Skinwalker Ranch a.k.a. Sherman Ranch. This is one of the top paranormal zones in the U.S.A. I just had to visit and do a weekend investigation. The property is owned by billionaire Robert Bigelow (of Bigelow Aerospace and Budget Suite chain) who purchased the land to conduct scientific observations of the bizarre supernatural activity. The previous owner and his family fled the property after experiencing a tsunami of strange appearances and manifestations of creatures, ufo’s, poltergiest and some of his own prized cattle getting mutilated (some observed).

A dominant thought as to the reason for much of the activity being related to a inter-dimensional portal being on his property. Now also neighbours also report seeing some of the activity too. The hard core scientists of NIDSci or the National Institute for Discovery Science (Robert Bigelow’s team) also witnessed some of the reported phenomenon themselves. The property is still guarded by ex military security and don’t like anyone watching even from a distance on public land.

While up there we spoke to a witness (under secrecy because of their community standing) of a local giant saucer shaped UFO with red, blue and green lights that terrified many of the locals of the area and supposedly knocked out power to the area. Some witnesses first thinking there were police vehicles outside. Some people not seeing the lights suggesting the flashing lights was caused by exploding transformers. Though some saw a giant saucer craft too. That also many were struggling mentally after the sighting on February 12th, 2012.

I interviewed Larry Cesspooch of the local Ute tribe who grew up in the Fort Duchesne area who told me about paranormal experiences in the area.

Not in this video edit (I was trying to give Larry good coverage) my experiences with a strange explosion sound close to us while on a night investigation, close-up streaks of light, ghost box sessions of trapped souls also warning us of the hellish locale. Michelle being frightened by something knocking on the car window while I was doing soul work in the middle of the night in a isolated locale. I hope to return to do more observations in the near future. -source:

  • DavetheHammer

    You sir are a bigot. Not every Native-American/Canadians are drinkers. Don’t forget to wash your white hood along with your filthy mouth that spews vocal diarrhea.

  • 65drummet

    Native Americans who practice their traditional beliefs are much more in tune with the earth than you can possibly imagine. Any attack on their credibility is only a show of great ignorance. If you can get past your prejudice, you may begin to learn something.

  • Orson Anton Welleson

    No, you are a small minded idiot who turns a reasonable criticism into playing the racism card. Just because someone makes a charge against someone and their race is involved, doesn’t necessarily mean they are racist, a bigot, nor does it mean they are a white supremacist. That’s just a way of attempting to shut someone down instead of responding logically and rationally to their claims.

    The commenter did NOT say all native Americans are drinkers, you are the one who said that. They merely pointed out that alcohol has proven to be almost entirely deleterious to that particular group. The commenter didn’t mention Canadians at all, you did. Based on their comments, I suspect that person might be native American themselves, based on their use of the red apple comment. That is typically used within native American culture, not outside of it.

    By the way, the written word, by definition is not vocal, so there wasn’t any vocal (you probably meant verbal) diarrhea.

  • DavetheHammer

    You are as bigoted as HCE trying to deflect your racist view as criticism. You are a very small petty person to respond to a post that is six years old. White people don’t have the right to say who is an apple or not. Using old stereotypes to spew his toxic rhetoric Indigenous people all have a kinship to each other despite international borders. You need to learn Native Cultures to understand the plight of the the people. Geez, correcting me on a minor text slippage not only makes you a bigot, but also a grammar nazi. Seek Help!