Parallels of SkinWalkers
First let’s establish what a ‘skin walker’ is…Ghouls from Hell; Entities of Evil….these creatures are demonic. Steve Quayle will tell you that demons and fallen angels are in two different categories, meaning their not of the same origins but this in no way denotes their agenda is not the same. Shape-shifters are creatures which use their powers to adapt to different scenarios which fit their agenda at that precise moment to draw in the souls of the weak faith.
I want to touch on a few here, by no means will it be a complete picture because these entities use many disguises for the same purposes. EVIL! Beware that you don’t get caught in their works.
“Hunt For the Skinwalker” is a great book to find out exactly what happened on this ranch a number of years ago. I will condense some the book in summary for this article to highlight certain points.
For a small family needing privacy, the property was perfect but just how perfect was it?
“Massive muscles rippled beneath its shiny gray-silver coat. The eyes were a shocking shade of light blue that penetrated the soul.”
“The slug from the .357 had no effect whatsoever on the attacking animal. It didn’t yelp, didn’t pause, and didn’t bleed.”
“Quickly, Tom pumped two more shots into the wolf’s upper abdomen. On the third shot, the wolf slowly and reluctantly released the bleating calf.”
“Get the thirty aught six,” Tom said through clenched teeth, never taking his eyes off the huge beast.”
“The thunderous shot rang out…The wolf recoiled but stood calmly looking at Tom.”
“Tom took a deep breath and raised the weapon again, aiming for the huge chest cavity. The bullet ripped through the animal, and a sizable chunk of flesh detached from the exit wound and lay on the grass. Still the wolf made no sound.”
After chasing it for miles…
“The deep paw prints continued for another five yards and then stopped. The tracks simply vanished. So did the wolf.”
“In this out-of-the-way place, tucked away in northeast Utah, they had found their dream property—a 480-acre homestead that had been empty for almost seven years. The elderly previous owners had virtually abandoned it.”
“Every door had several large, heavy-duty dead bolts on both the inside and outside. All of the windows were bolted, and at each end of the farmhouse, large metal chains attached to huge steel rings were embedded securely into the wall.”
“The previous owners had bought the property in the 1950s but now seemed glad to unload it. They had inserted some very strange clauses into the real estate contract. No digging on the land without prior warning to the previous owners. No digging?”
“Minutes later, Tom and Tad ran into the line of trees following the giant animal’s tracks.”
“The ranch the Gormans bought was located in the middle of the Uinta Basin (theh in Uintah is dropped when describing natural features), halfway between Roosevelt and Vernal in the badlands of Utah. If the Uinta Basin has any claim to fame today, it’s as a heavyweight contender for UFO capital of the world.”
“The first UFO sighting in my records happened back in 1951,” says retired teacher Junior Hicks…”
“Hicks would eventually catalog more than four hundred impressive cases, and this was after he had eliminated the thousands of reports of “lights in the sky.”
“This strange legacy of the Uinta Basin goes back centuries, Hicks told us in an interview in 2003.”
“Father Escalante may have seen a UFO when he was here in 1776,” he said.
“Hicks says there was a time in the 1960s and 1970s when the Utah Highway Patrol was getting so many UFO calls that the troopers simply stopped filling out reports on the incidents.”
“So why would UFOs have such an ongoing interest in the basin? Hicks thinks that it might be related somehow to strong religious beliefs among the local population. The majority of Utah County residents are devout Mormons, and the Utes who live in the region have their own strong religious beliefs. Hicks also cites the unique geology of the basin as a possible factor in the preponderance of UFO sightings.
Gilsonite deposits, for example, are found in few other places in the world, although it’s unclear what interest the mysterious visitors might have in this or any other mineral.”
Gilsonite Study in Utah
The reason for this entry becomes more apparent within the story….stay tuned!
“Hicks further alleges that local residents have frequently reported sightings of creatures that resemble the legendary Sasquatch, better known as Bigfoot. Some of the apelike creatures are Sasquatch, the Utes say, while others might be so-called skinwalkers, beings of pure evil that can assume the shape of any animal.”
“It all seems to be concentrated on the ranch,” Hicks says. “The Utes don’t mess with it. They have stories about the place that go back fifteen generations. They say the ranch is ‘in the path of the skinwalker.’ ”
Indians from this region were being forced out…
“What isn’t widely known about the Buffalo Soldiers stationed at Fort Duchesne is that many, if not most, of them were Freemasons. This may not seem consistent with our current perception of Masons or Freemasons as mostly white, mostly upper-class captains of industry and politics, but it happens to be true.”
“Freemasons are servants of Lucifer.”
“Conspiracy theorists suspect that the Freemasons are adept in the mystical arts, that they have mastered certain supernatural abilities, and that they consider their upper-echelon members to be gods, beings who have achieved spiritual perfection.”
“The Utes who live in Fort Duchesne today are very familiar with the stories about the Buffalo Soldiers and their interest in Freemasonry. A patch of ground that once was designated as the graveyard for the Buffalo Soldiers has since been covered over with houses built for Ute tribe members. And that’s where things begin connecting to our story.”
“The one right at Turnkey, there is supposed be a graveyard right in there,” a former tribal police officer told us in an interview, “but still they built houses. When they built apartments, they built them right over top of that graveyard. Black soldiers, mostly black soldiers in there…My grandmother told me about that years ago.”
“The tale reeks of irony. After decades of spooky Hollywood stories about greedy Caucasians building housing developments over Indian burial grounds, thus unleashing hostile Native American poltergeists bent on revenge, is it possible that Indian opportunists may have disturbed the spirits of dead African-American soldiers who, in life, were steeped in mystical arts?”
“When Congress designated the seven thousand acres of Ute land as part of the “public domain,” it inadvertently exempted that acreage from any official control or law enforcement.”
“So many bottles were tossed into the ravine that it eventually earned the name Bottle Hollow, a term still used today.”
“Today the Bottle Hollow reservoir covers some 420 acres and is a popular fishing spot. The fact that Bottle Hollow almost directly abuts Skinwalker Ranch is not lost on the Utes or other local residents.”
“The reservoir has a mysterious legacy of its own, one that seems inextricably linked to the ranch. The Utes have long believed that Bottle Hollow is inhabited by one or more large aquatic snakes, something akin to the sea serpent legends that are attached to other, much older bodies of water around the world.”
“One eyewitness is the same tribal police officer who told us about the graveyard of the Buffalo Soldiers. “We used to see things crawling around in the water that looked like giant snakes,” he told us. “[It] would swim straight down from the marina and go all the way down to the bottom end. You could see it on moonlit nights. I seen that, well, everybody, the other guys have seen that snake in there too.”
“There are also numerous accounts of strange lights that have been seen entering and leaving the waters of Bottle Hollow. In 1998, a police officer told us that he saw a “large light” plunge into the middle of the reservoir and then quickly exit before flying away into the night sky.”
“A geologic feature now known as Skinwalker Ridge contains an unusual carving, which was discovered by Tom Gorman and was later examined by the scientific team that would investigate the ranch. It’s an inscription located several feet below the top of the ridge, as if someone had hung suspended from the rim in order to carve it into the rock. The best guess is that the carving is one hundred or more years old. It’s a Masonic symbol, no question about it, a strong suggestion that at least a few of the Freemasons among the Buffalo Soldiers may have visited the Gorman Ranch a long time ago.”
Back at the Skinwalker Ranch….
A flash of annoyance hit Tom as he spied the lights of a trespassing RV about half a mile to their west.
He still could not hear the vehicle’s engine and he wondered why.
Suddenly a loud gasp from the boys made him look up. The RV was now definitely in the air. All three stopped to watch. With the red light on its tail, it climbed smoothly, slowly, and silently toward the top of the tree line. Those trees were more than fifty feet high. As the object crested the tree line, the bewildered trio saw the shape of the vehicle perfectly silhouetted against the horizon. It was no RV.
Skinwalker Ranch gained attention after a wide range of unexplained phenomena including the disappearance of the rancher’s eight year old son. Modern Defense Enterprises (MDE) sent a team of experts to document and study the occurrences.
MDE’s footage was found in the possession of journalist Jacob Rundels who obtained it through an undisclosed source. Rundels disappeared inexplicably on January 18, 2013.
MDE investigations begins on August 1, 2011.
Hunt For The Skin walker (PDF)
Mount Pleasant, Virginia is a place where many events in history marked the grounds with energy just as in the SkinWalker Ranch area. Just by chance I took the Google maps and superimposed them to find the locations are along the 33 degree parallel. It shouldn’t have been surprising but it was.
Indians-At the SkinWalker Ranch, we had a history of Indians who had their land stolen by the Freemasons. On this site, we have land that stolen which Chief Cornfield had made arrangements with but the ‘whiteman’ didn’t stick to the contract.
Mason County, Virginia
This land was named after George Mason, who was called the ‘Father of the United States Bill of Rights.” For this he is considered to be one of the “Founding Fathers” of the United States.
A simple life his was not…but he knew the most important people! He had a long friendship with George Washington. Yep, what are the odds? Right! What was George Washington? A FREEMASON!
Mothman of Mason County on Mountain Monsters which aired on 7/20/13 reveals the terrorized group of expert hunters and trappers were caught off guard by a flying Mothman! Season 1, Episode 5
The odd events began on November 2, 1966, around 7:30pm when Woodrow Derenberger, a salesman for a sewing machine company was returning from Marietta, Ohio to his home in Mineral Wells, West Virginia along Highway I-77. When out of nowhere near Parkersburg, West Virginia another vehicle flew up and passed him. Woodrow described the vehicle as the strangest thing he’d ever seen and said it resembled a “kerosene lamp chimney” and that it was “flying” six inches off the ground. The vehicle came around him, turns sideways across both lanes of the road in front of him, gradually made him slow down to a stop onto the side of the road.
After that, a door opens, and a grinning man steps out of the vehicle, the door shuts with a loud “thunk” behind him. A few seconds later the vehicle climbs 40 feet into the air above the highway. Derenberger says that the dark suited man walked to the right side of his truck, spoke to him telepathically, and asked him to roll down his window and was saying that he meant Derenberger no harm.
The grinning man asked what he was called. Puzzled, Derenberger figures that the man is asking him his name, so Derenberger tells him. In response, the strange man said that he was called “Cold”. Derenberger said that he could see that Cold noticed the lights coming from Parkersburg, West Virginia off in the distance in the night sky. Cold asked Derenberger “What is that over there?” Derenberger tells him that what he was seeing was the city of Parkersburg. Cold then asked if that is were the people live, Derenberger said “No, Parkersburg is more of a place of business and most of the people live on the outskirts of town.”
Cold went on with his strange questions for a little while longer. After Cold seemed satisfied with what he had learned, he looked at Derenberger and said “It’s been nice talking to you Mr. Derenberger. We will be seeing you again,” and turned and started to walk away from Derenberger’s truck. As Cold did so, the strange craft began to descend back to the highway and the door opened. Cold climbed back inside and the door shut behind him with the same audible “thunk” that Derenberger had heard before and the vehicle sped away into the cold November night.
Indrid Cold has been linked to real phenomenon and many people claimed to have encountered him. Some say that there is only one grinning man, some say that there are many, but all eyewitnesses agree on one thing, he will scare the hell out of you. Eyewitnesses believe that Indrid Cold is one of the mysterious men in black, an alien, some other unknown creature or all of the above. Wherever Indrid Cold has been seen, UFO sightings, disasters, or other strange phenomenon seems to follow.
Just ten days after Woodrow Derenberger’s encounter with Indred Cold, another series of bizarre events began to unfold all around the region, receiving the world wide attention of the press at the time, and Indred Cold seems to be involved.
On November 12, 1966, near Clendenin, West Virginia, five men were in the local cemetery, digging a grave for a burial, when something that looked like a “brown human being” lifted off from some nearby trees and flew over their heads. The men were perplexed. It did not appear to be a bird, but more like a man with wings. This incident would be the first of many to come.
Many would come to believe that the sightings of Mothman, as well as UFO sightings, encounters with men in black and Woodrow Derenberger’s run in with Indred Cold were all related. For nearly a year, strange happenings continued in the area. Researchers, investigators and “monster hunters” descended on the area but none as famous as author John Keel, who has written extensively about Mothman and other unexplained anomalies. By this time, most of the sightings had come to an end and Mothman had faded away from which he had came. But the story of Point Pleasant had not yet ended.
There were no Mothman reports in the immediate aftermath of the December 15, 1967 collapse of the Silver Bridge, but strange things still took place. A reporter by the name of Mary Hyre, who was the Point Pleasant correspondent for the Athens, Ohio newspaper The Messenger, wrote extensively about the local sightings. After one active weekend, she was swamped with over 500 phone calls from people who saw strange lights in the skies.
One night in January 1967, she was working late in her office in the county courthouse, and a man walked in the door. He was very short and had strange eyes that were covered with thick glasses. He also had long, black hair that was cut “like a bowl haircut”. Hyre said that he spoke in a low, halting voice. He was not interested in the Mothman or the Silver Bridge disaster. Instead, he was asking questions about the people who were reporting seeing the strange lights in the sky. Also he asked for directions to Welsh, West Virginia. She thought that he had some sort of speech impediment and for some reason, and he terrified her. “He kept getting closer and closer to me and his eyes were staring at me hypnotically.”
Frightened, she called the newspaper’s manager into her office, were they spoke to the strange man. She said that at one point in the discussion, she had to answer the telephone when it rang and she noticed the man pick up a pen from her desk. He gazed at it with astonishment, “as if he had never seen a pen before.” Then he took the pen, laughed loudly and ran out of the building. Several weeks later Hyre was crossing the street near her office and saw the same man on the street. He was startled when he realized that she was watching him, turned away quickly and ran for a large black sedan that suddenly came around the corner. The man climbed in and it quickly drove away.
That same night, an identically described man visited the homes of several people in the area who had reported seeing the lights in the sky. He made all of them very uncomfortable. He claimed to be a reporter from Cambridge, Ohio, and inadvertently admitted that he did not know where Columbus, Ohio was, even though the two towns are just a few miles apart. Could this man who was reported by the witnesses, be the mysterious Indred Cold? Or was it one of his lower level MIB lackeys? The fact is that we may never know.
The connections between Mothman and UFO’s are undeniable.
This next site is very intriguing. The author believes that the Illuminati rolled out drones in the 1960’s and W. Virginia was part of this secret affair.
Now, I found this site when I was researching the Mothman’s ability to fly without flapping its wings. Drone’s would make an excellent reason, would it not?
But, I would have to disagree with this person’s assessment in that they believe that it’s all an ‘alien’ ruse! And a fake alien attack would destroy the world in 2012…all staged by the government.
This person doesn’t even believe in the Bible. Sad, very sad indeed.
Beelzebub Visits W. Virginia
“There is nothing so powerful as truth, and often nothing so strange.”
What puzzled me about Connie’s case, however, was that she had not seen a splendid luminous flying saucer. She had seen a giant “winged man” in broad daylight.
According to her story, Connie, a shy, sensitive eighteen-year-old, was driving home from church at 10:30 A.M. on Sunday, November 27, 1966, when, as she passed the deserted greens of the Mason County Golf Course outside of New Haven, West Virginia, she suddenly saw a huge gray figure. It was shaped like a man, she said, but was much larger. It was at least seven feet tall and very broad. The thing that attracted her attention was not its size but its eyes. It had, she said, large, round, fiercely glowing red eyes that focused on her with hypnotic effect
“It’s a wonder I didn’t run off the road and have a wreck,” she commented later.
As she slowed, her eyes fixed on the apparition, a pair of wings unfolded from its back. They seemed to have a span of about ten feet. It was definitely not an ordinary bird but a man-shaped thing which rose slowly off the ground, straight up like a helicopter, silently. Its wings did not flap in flight. It headed straight toward Connie’s car, its horrible eyes fixed to her face, then it swooped low over her head as she shoved the accelerator to the floorboards in utter hysteria.
Connie’s conjunctivitis lasted over two weeks, apparently caused by those glowing red eyes. At the tune of my first visit to Point Pleasant in 1966 I did not relate the winged weirdo to flying saucers. Later events not only proved that a relationship existed, but that relationship also is a vital clue to the whole mystery.
The Flutter of Black Wings
Another kind of Man in Black haunted Brooklyn, New York, in 1877-80. He had wings and performed aerial acrobatics over the heads of the crowds of sunbathers at Coney Island. A Mr. W. H. Smith first reported these strange flights in a letter to the New York Sun, September 18, 1877. The creature was not a bird, but “a winged human form.”
This flying man became a local sensation and, according to the New York Times, September 12, 1880, “many reputable persons” saw him as he was “engaged in flying toward New Jersey.” He maneuvered at an altitude of about one thousand feet, sporting “bat’s wings” and making swimming-like movements. Witnesses claimed to have seen his face clearly. He “wore a cruel and determined expression.” The entire figure was black, standing out sharply against the clear blue sky. Since he wasn’t towing an advertising sign behind him, and since the primitive gliders of experimenters during that period rarely traveled far, and then usually downhill, the incidents are without explanation.
Leonardo da Vinci studied the flights of birds in the fifteenth century and tried to build a man-powered ornithopter without success. Thousands of other basement inventors have worked on the idea since; constructing canvas wings that were moved by the muscles of the optimistic pilots. Most of these weird-looking machines became instant junk on their first test flights. And several overconfident types went crashing to their deaths when they leaped off cliffs and high buildings in his own power. Mr. John C. Wimpenny flew 993 yards at an altitude of five feet in a contraption with rigid wings and a pedal-driven propeller at Hatfield, Hertfordshire, in England.
The principle of the ornithopter—propulsion through the birdlike movement of wings—has been known for centuries but no one has been able to make it work. No human, that is. Machines flying through the air with moving wings have frequently been sighted during UFO waves. But the UFO enthusiasts tend to ignore any reports which describe things other than disks or cigar-shaped objects.
In 1905 “a titanic white bird” fluttered around California. One witness, J. A. Jackson, “a well-known resident of Silshee,” was paying a visit to his outhouse at 1:30 A.M. on August 2 when he saw a brilliant light in the sky. It seemed to be attached to a seventy-foot “airship” with wings. “The mysterious machine appeared to be propelled by the wings alone and rose and fell as the wings flapped like a gigantic bird,” the Brawley, California, News reported, August 4, 1905. Others in the area reported seeing the same thing.
Winged beings are an essential part of the folklore of every culture. From the times of Babylonia and the Pharaohs, sculptors were preoccupied with putting wings on lions and unidentifiable beasts. Although the angels of biblical times were never described as being winged, painters and sculptors have always persisted in giving them feathered appendages. (Actually, the old-time angels appeared like ordinary human beings. They even had supper with Lot.) When demons overran the planet during the Dark Ages they were also recorded as monstrous entities with bats’ wings.
Remote areas of the world are still said to be inhabited by harpies and winged humans. On July 11, 1908, the famous Russian traveler V. K. Arsenyev was trekking along the Gobilli River when he had this encounter: (*)
… I saw the mark on the path that was very similar to a man’s footprint. My dog Alpha bristled up, snarled and then something rushed about nearby trampling among the bushes.
[*] Yuri B. Petrenko, “Forerunner of the Flying ‘Lady’ of Vietnam?” Flying Saucer Review, vol. 19, no. 2 (March-April 1973): 29-30.
However, it didn’t go away, but stopped nearby, standing stock-still. We had been standing like that for some minutes … then I stooped, picked up a stone and threw it towards the unknown animal. Then something happened that was quite unexpected: I heard the beating of wings. Something large and dark emerged from the fog and flew over the river. A moment later it disappeared into the dense mist My dog, badly frightened, pressed itself to my feet.
After supper I told the Udehe-men about this incident. They broke into a vivid story about a man who could fly in the air. Hunters often saw his tracks, tracks that appeared suddenly and vanished suddenly, in such a. way that they could only be possible if the “man” alighted on the ground, then took off again into the air.
In Mexico there are stories of the ikals, tiny black men endowed with the power of flight who live in caves and kidnap humans. In India the giant bird known as the Garuda is an important part of the mythology. The gods Vishnu and Krishna traveled around the heavens on the back of a great Garuda. North American Indians have extensive legends about the Thunderbird, a huge bird said to carry off children and old people. It was accompanied by loud noises, hums, buzzes and, apparently, rumbles from the infrasonic have terrifying red eyes and a long tail.
We are dealing with three types of phenomena in these cases. The first is the winged man; the second is a giant bird, so huge it is a biological impossibility; third, we have a monstrous demon with red eyes, bat’s wings, and a body closely human in form. All three are probably interrelated.
Research is still fragmentary but there is journalistic evidence that the winged man of 1880 was not confined to Coney Island. His activities there were just a publicity gambit, attracting the notice of the staid New York Times and thus attaining a measure of respectability so that when anyone anywhere else saw him they had a frame of reference.
According to the Louisville, Kentucky, Courier-Journal, July 29, 1880, the winged man was busy in that area. Two men, C.A. Youngman and Bob Flexner, reported seeing “a man surrounded by machinery which he seemed to be working with his hands.” He had wings or fans on his back which he was flapping rather desperately to keep aloft. The startled men wat6hed him flutter unsteadily out of view.
But he would be back.
A year before the first flying saucer “scare” erupted in the state of Washington in 1947, a group of sixteen people in San Diego, California, witnessed a strange phenomenon. They were gathered on a rooftop to watch a meteor shower on the night of October 9, 1946, when a bluish-white winged object appeared in the sky. It looked like an extremely long airplane carrying two reddish lights and it left a luminous contrail.
“The strange object was certainly no airplane,” one witness told Harold T. Wilkins. (1) “The wings, which moved, were too wide for any bird. Indeed, they were rather like the wings of a butterfly. The whole object emitted a red glow.”
The object was especially conspicuous as it crossed the face of the moon. Some of the witnesses thought it . resembled a gigantic bat.
Astronomers have also reported similar objects. In Popular Astronomy, 1912, Dr. F.B. Harris stated: “lathe evening of January 27, 1912,1 saw an intensely black object, like a crow, poised upon the moon. I estimated it at 250 miles long by 50 miles wide. I cannot but think that a very interesting phenomenon happened.”
In that crazy year 1880, an Italian astronomer named Ricco, on the observatory at Palermo, Sicily, was studying the sun at 8 A.M., November 30, when he saw “winged bodies in two long parallel lines slowly traveling, apparently across the disk of the sun. They looked like large birds tor cranes.”
Cranes on the sun? Crows 250 miles long on the moon? Black-garbed men swimming through the skies over Coney Island? Ornithopters over Kentucky and San Diego?
 Harold T. Wilkins, Flying Saucers on the Attack (New York: Citadel Press, 1954), chapter III
On December 30, 1946, Ella Young, an American writer, saw one of our bats at dusk near Morrow Bay, California. “On the golden sky it looked very black,” she reported. “It came forward head on, and had a batlike appearance, owing to the curvature of its wings. I am not sure if there were motions at the extreme tip of the wings; but the strange machine seemed to stand still for several minutes, and its form was very distinct. Suddenly, it either lowered itself toward the horizon, or the bank of cloud-mist made an upward movement—maybe, both movements occurred—for the machine passed behind the cloud and did not reappear. Immediately afterward, a great flush of color spread over the sea.”
May through August 1947 saw the first modern UFO wave in the United States. Odd lights, glistening circular machines, and reddish flying cigars cap tured the American imagination. Tiffany Thayer, the eccentric novelist and founder of the Fortean Society, named after Charles Fort, chortled over the air force explanations in the society’s journal, Doubt. Obviously the government was determined to cover up the true facts in this new situation. Mystics and cranks quickly appeared, explaining the phenomenon as the work of people from outer space. The press gave the sensation a two-week run, then went back to the intricacies of the cold war. No one, not even the beady-eyed Forteans, paid much attention to the giant birds and machines with flapping wings that returned to our skies in 1948.
Early in January 1948, Mrs. Bernard Zailowski reported seeing a “sizzing and whizzing” man with silver wings maneuvering about 200 feet above her barn in Chehalis, Washington. The air force scoffed. Four months later, two laundry workers in Longview, Washington, about forty miles south of Chehalis, claimed to see a trio of “birdmen” circling the city at an altitude of 250 feet.
“When they first came into sight, I thought they looked like gulls, but as they got closer I could make out that they weren’t gulls and I knew they were men,” Mrs. Viola Johnson told reporters. “I could see plainly that they were men. … They wore dark, drab flying suits. I couldn’t make out their arms but I could see their legs dangling down and they kept moving their heads like they were looking around. I couldn’t tell if they had goggles on but their heads looked like they had helmets on. I couldn’t see their faces.”
That happened on April 9, 1948. That same day, a couple in Caledonia, Illinois, reported seeing “a monster bird … bigger than an airplane.” Researchers Jerome Clark and Loren Coleman dug into Illinois newspapers and discovered that state had an epidemic of funny birds in -1948. (2)
That January James Trares, twelve, excitedly exclaimed to his mother, “There’s a bird outside as big as a B—29!” They lived in Glendale, Illinois. In April, a huge bird was reported in Alton, Caledonia, Overland, Richmond Heights, and Freeport, all in Illinois. Walter Siegmund, a retired army colonel, saw it on April 4.
“I thought there was something wrong with my eyesight,” he said, “but it was definitely a bird and not a glider or jet plane …. From the movements of the object and its size, I figured it could only be a bird of tremendous size.”
Three people in Overland, Illinois, viewed the creature on April 10. At first they thought it was an airplane, then it began to flap its wings.
By late April the Garuda was buzzing the city of St. Lous. Dr. Kristine Dolezal saw it on the twenty-sixth. A group of instructors at the Mississippi School of Aeronautics observed “an awfully big bird” at 1,200 feet the next day. A salesman named Harry Bradford complained, “I’ve seen it three times in the last four days and that’s too much tomfoolery for a man of fifty to take.”
“I thought people who reported seeing the thing were ‘bugs’ until I looked into the sky last night,” Charles Dunn, an inspector for U.S. Steel, declared on April 30. “It was flapping its wings and moving quite fast at about 3,000 feet altitude and it appeared to be illuminated by a dull glow. It looked about the size of a Piper Cub plane but there was no engine sound and it was not a plane. I could hardly believe my eyes.”
Although the plane-sized bird was seen sporadically during the next decade, the flying saucers stole the limelight. The air force and the amateur investigators chose to pursue the more exciting Martians and Venusians.
But the figure of a man with “wings like a bat,” dressed in tight-fitting black clothes and surrounded by an eerie glow startled three people in Houston, Texas, on June 18, 1953.
“I could see him plain and could see he had big wings folded at his shoulders,” Mrs. Hilda Walker said. He was about six and a half feet tall and was perched on the limb of a pecan tree.
 “Jerome Clark and Loren Coleman, “Winged Weirdies,” Fate, March 1972.
His halo of light slowly faded out and he vanished. “Immediately afterward,” Mrs. Walker continued, “we heard a loud swoosh over the housetops across the street. It was like the white flash of a torpedo-shaped object.”
“I may be nuts, but I saw it, whatever it was,” Howard Phillips, another witness, declared.
The next big year for our phantom fliers was 1961. Residents along Florida’s Tamiami Trail began seeing what one woman described as “a big vulture … with a wingspread of about fifty-five feet. Isn’t that sorta unusual?” In May 1961, a New York pilot was buzzed by “a damned big bird, bigger than an eagle. For a moment I doubted my sanity because it looked more like a pterodactyl out of the prehistoric past.” The thing had swooped at his plane as he cruised up the Hudson River valley.
Far away, in the Ohio River valley, another startled pair had an even more breathtaking experience. A woman prominent in civic affairs in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, was driving on Route 2 along the Ohio River with her elderly father. As they passed through a sector on the edge of a park known as the Chief Cornstalk Hunting Grounds, a tall manlike figure suddenly appeared on the road in front of them.
“I slowed down,” she told me years later, “and as we got closer we could see that it was much larger than a man. A big gray figure. It stood in the middle of the road. Then a pair of wings unfolded from its back and they practically filled the whole road. It almost looked like a small airplane. Then it took off straight up … disappearing out of sight in seconds. We were both terrified. I stepped on the gas and raced out of there.
“We talked it over and decided not to tell anybody about it. Who would believe us, anyway?”
Dr. Jacques Vallee, French statistician and computer expert, was given access to the air force’s UFO files and he came across a curious report from an air force colonel who was driving alone along a road in Illinois one night (no date is given) when he became aware of something flying above bis car. It was, he said, a huge bird the size of a small airplane. It flapped its wings and soared away.
There are shaggy bird stories by the pound. A businessman in Arlington, Virginia, wrote to me recently, describing an experience he and three friends had in the winter of 1968-69. They were at a farm near Haymarket when they heard a strange rushing sound near a small lake. Intrigued, they set out with flashlights and a couple of dogs to investigate. Suddenly the dogs howled, turned tail, and ran. There, standing by a tree was a huge dark shadow between eight and twelve feet tall. The quartet scurried back to their car, turned on their lights, and swung toward the shadow. “All we saw,” he reported, “was this huge thing with large red-orange eyeballs and winglike arms. We couldn’t get out of there fast enough.”
We even have a naked woman with wings in our collection. The case was investigated by Don Worley, an experienced student of the unknown, who interviewed the witness in depth. “He is a reliable observer,” Worley notes, “and he swears that this event is well beyond the capacity of his imagination.”
Earl Morrison, the witness, was serving as a private, first class in the marine corps in Vietnam in the summer of 1969. He and two buddies were sitting on top of a bunker near Da Nang on a warm summer evening.
All of a sudden—I don’t know why—we all three looked out there in the sky and we saw this figure coming toward us. It had a kind of glow and we couldn’t make out what it was at first. It started coming toward us, real slowly. All of a sudden we saw what looked like wings, like a bat’s, only it was gigantic compared to what a regular bat would be. After it got close enough so we could see what it was, it looked like a woman. A naked woman. She was black. Her skin was black, her body was black, the wings were black, everything was black. But it glowed. It glowed in the night—kind of a greenish cast to it.
There was a glow on her and around her. Everything glowed. Looked like she glowed and threw off a radiance. We saw her arms toward the wings and they looked like regular molded arms, each with a hand, and, fingers and everything, but they had skin from the wings going over them. And when she flapped her wings, there was no noise at first. It looked like her arms didn’t have any bones in them, because they were limber just like a bat.
She started going over us, and we still didn’t hear anything. She was right above us, and when she got over the top of our heads she was maybe six or seven feet up.
We couldn’t do anything. We didn’t know what to do. We just froze. We just watched what was going over because we couldn’t believe our eyes. … So we watched her go straight over the top of us, and still she didn’t make any noise flapping her wings. She blotted out the moon once—that’s how close she was to us … As we watched her—she got about ten feet or so away from us—we started hearing her wings flap. And it sounded, you know, like regular wings flapping. And she just started flying off and we watched her for quite a while. The total time when we first saw her and could almost define her until we lost sight of her and were unable to define her was between three or four minutes. (3)
Vietnam had a big UFO wave in 1968-69, which included an epidemic of phantom helicopters. On several occasions the military forces on both sides fired at the objects without effect.
Pfc. Morrison’s account stands as one of the best close-up sightings of a winged entity.
night of November 16, 1963, and so began one of the classics in ufology. Four teen-agers were strolling along a country road near the park, going home from a dance, when the movements of the “star” caught their eyes. It dipped out of the sky and headed straight for them, finally dropping down behind some nearby trees.
John Flaxton, seventeen, said he suddenly felt very cold, and a sense of overpowering fear engulfed the group. They started to run. The light, now a golden oval-shaped object, reappeared from behind the trees and seemed to move along with them from a distance of about two hundred feet. When they stopped, the light stopped. Then it was lost from sight behind the trees. The four youngsters slowed down, catching their breath.
Suddenly a tall, dark figure emerged from the woods and waddled toward them. It was completely black and had no discernible head. Mervyn Hutchinson, eighteen, described it as looking like a human-sized bat, with big bat wings on its back. All four took off as fast as they could go.
 FSR Case Histories, No. 10, June 1972.
Jan-2014–CUBA, N.M. (KRQE) – Is a strange alien-looking creature prowling in northern New Mexico?
A Facebook picture circulating Thursday has a lot of people up there worried. The post was shared thousands of times within a few hours and had a lot of people uttering the word skinwalker, a well-known legend in Indian country.
The picture shows an unexplained being lurking on the side of a road.
The person who posted it claimed it was taken near Lybrook and Counselor, which is near the Jicarilla reservation.
The story claims that a geologist was working in an oil field in the area and saw something odd and decided to take a heat signature of it. The next day, the geologist suddenly quit.
The story spread like wildfire with people on social media saying, “seriously freaking out,” “yikes … I’m driving through there tomorrow,” and “skinwalker!”
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These are only part of the book by John Keel called “Mothman Prophecies”. But it gives one an idea of just how widespread this phenomena is.
There are caves with drawings in Catalhoyuh, Turkey…
“Thoth” —Egyptian god from 2500 BC….
Leed’s Devil from New Jersey….
Visions-People are speaking out about witnessing ‘stars’ streaking across the skies, landing and then walking as a man! Astounding, right? Well, it’s here I would like to add my vision GOD gave me a couple years back. I’ve only had two and they both relate to the same issue. I saw the skies falling…it seemed. But, actually it was the stars! I could see the constellations falling to earth and taking form as a person/entity. I was that short! But it was powerful! When I heard people witnessing these things I instantly thought of my vision! Had to share it.
Make no mistake….this is very real. From Men in Black, Yeti, Mothman, Big Foot, Vampires, and Werewolves…we have paranormal activity which has only increased over the centuries and some even tell of thousands and thousands of people coming up missing from these creatures. Let’s not forget to add in the mixture the vicious agenda of these demons to hide as ‘aliens’ in UFO’s….it’s all the same agenda wrapped in an enigma which few seem to gather enough clues to solve. I’m no expert but my opinion is this all reverts back to good vs. evil.