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Are all UFO’s Extraterrestrial? No…

Alejandro Rojas and I, at the Roswell debris site.

Are all UFO’s Extraterrestrial? No… Of-course not. Just because it’s unidentifiable to the witness, doesn’t make it a real UFO, and on the flip side for all you skeptics out there, just because it’s unidentifiable to the witness doesn’t necessarily mean it’s automatically not a UFO either. Unlike Santa Clause where believing is seeing, UFO sightings are a bit more complicated.

Back in January of 2013, I wrote a blog about Occam’s Razor. William of Ockham (1287-1349) was an English Franciscan Friar well-known at that time as a Roman Catholic philosopher. He was born in the village of Ockham in the English county of Surrey. He is well-known today for his methodological principle known as “ Ockham’s Razor, or Occam’s Razor”. It suggests when faced with multiple theories or hypotheses, the one that has the least assumptions should be looked at first. It doesn’t mean the one with least assumptions is the correct one, it simply means that’s a good place to start, especially while doing an investigation.

Skeptics try to use Occam’s Razor as an offensive tactic when saying UFO’s in general are not extraterrestrial, because they misunderstand its meaning. They seem to think Occam’s Razor means, the simplest explanation is the most correct, and that’s wrong. Their misunderstanding turns out to be their weakness in a debate scenario.

If their misunderstanding of Occam’s Razor was applied to law enforcement, then homicide detectives would automatically go with the first assumption when investigating a murder case. If they did that, and some have, then the jails would be over-flowing with innocent people falsely accused of a crime. Currently there have been multiple wrongly accused felons exonerated by new forensic evidence, and released from jail, because forensic science is maturing and so is law enforcement techniques.

Some UFO believers also use the misunderstanding of Occam’s Razor as a defensive tactic saying, if it’s unidentifiable to them, then it must be extraterrestrial. This is wrong too!

The problem falls really on both sides, the believers, and the non-believers. Sometimes things aren’t what they appear to be, and we shouldn’t be making haste assumptions, positive or negative. Sometimes we have a tendency to surmise or make decisions way too quickly without thinking things through properly. Our quick decisions can get us into trouble and sometimes they can get us out of trouble, but when we have a little more time to think about it, maybe there was a better decision.

Take this simple word problem for example:

A bat and baseball cost $1.10. The bat costs one dollar more than the ball. How much does the ball cost? This seems pretty simple to answer using basic logic. If you said, “10 cents”, hey guess what? You’re wrong! It appears the simple or quick thinking answer is not the correct one. The answer is actually “5 cents”.

This is where the misunderstanding of Occam’s Razor applies, and also the misunderstanding of the “seeing is believing” scenario. When you work the word problem out mathematically you get the correct answer.

x represents the price of the ball

x + ($1.00 + x) = $1.10

$1.00 + 2x = $1.10

2x = $1.10 – $1.00

2x = $0.10

Solve for x:

x = $0.05

Even after looking at the equation, it doesn’t make sense when you compare it to the word problem, but there it is, the ball costs 5 cents not 10.

The same type of thinking goes for UFO sightings. Just because you see a light in the sky or a shiny object flying by, don’t automatically assume it’s extraterrestrial. Take a little time trying to understand what you’re seeing. Can you compare it to an airplane? A mylar balloon? A string of balloons? How about an airplane banking in a turn with one of its wings briefly reflecting the sun? How about a bright light at night? Does it move with the stars over a period of time? And now commercial drones are being flown everywhere, can you compare it to that? And after going through all the plausible scenarios, does it still appear to be a true phenomenon?

As for the skeptics, just don’t assume you know what you’re talking about either, go through the same type of decision making process to make your case. You may be right, then again, you may be wrong, remember the 5 cent ball.

As for the base ball word problem, majority of people fail to get the correct answer, including Ivy League graduate students. It’s not that people who got the answer wrong are less smart than those few who got it right, it’s just that we have a habit of making quick decisions and accepting them. The people who got the wrong answer and admitted it, are the ones that see the world a little differently and can except new ideologies… like intelligent life living outside our solar system, with a 5 cent base ball in their hand.  🙂

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“The 37th Parallel” Book, Released Info on Bigelow First, before the New York Times Did!

Standing next to The 37th Parallel book.

When the book, “The 37th Parallel” was released September of 2016, people who bought it, got first hand information about Robert Bigelow’s, involvement with UFOs. Eight months after the release of the book, his May, 2017 interview with CBS; he confessed to the world his belief in alien visitation to this planet. Then seven months later on December 16th, the New York Times printed the article, “Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: the Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program, in which Robert Bigelow was a part of.

Dec. 16th, 2017, New York Times excerpt: by Helene Cooper, Ralph Blumenthal, and Leslie Kean.

Contracts obtained by The Times show a congressional appropriation of just under $22 million beginning in late 2008 through 2011. The money was used for management of the program, research and assessments of the threat posed by the objects.

The funding went to Mr. Bigelow’s company, Bigelow Aerospace, which hired subcontractors and solicited research for the program.

Under Mr. Bigelow’s direction, the company modified buildings in Las Vegas for the storage of metal alloys and other materials that Mr. Elizondo and program contractors said had been recovered from unidentified aerial phenomena. Researchers also studied people who said they had experienced physical effects from encounters with the objects and examined them for any physiological changes. In addition, researchers spoke to military service members who had reported sightings of strange aircraft.

But wait, there’s more!


– Bigelow purchased the Skinwalker Ranch in Utah, which is said to be riddled with UFOs, cryptozoological creatures, and hyper-dimensional portals to other realities. It is strictly off limits to the public now.


– Bigelow proposed and succeeded, to fund the efforts of MUFON field investigators to enable them to respond quickly to alleged UFO incidents. The agreement between Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies (BAASS) and MUFON sets up a “Star Team Impact Project” (SIP), with an initial funding period from five months to a year, with the option to renew for a second year.

Note: After the Bigelow/MUFON STAR Team proposal became a reality, rumors start escalating within the MUFON organization that Bigelow’s own personal field investigators were infiltrating some of MUFON STAR investigations, by showing up prior and running their own investigations.

Also, money supposedly allocated from Bigelow to the MUFON STAR department to design rapid-response investigative kits, never materializes. Why? Maybe because Bigelow used the money for his own investigative team?

2010 FAA Press Release:

– “Persons wanting to report UFO/unexplained phenomena activity should contact a UFO/ unex­plained phenomena reporting data collection center, such as Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies (BAASS) (voice: 1-877-979-7444 or e-mail:”


– Bigelow acquires a piece of a Roswell artifact for testing, found by Chuck Zukowski and Debbie Ziegelmeyer. After initial testing, results show unable to identify any mass produced polymer that matches the artifact. BAAS holds on to the artifact for a year, then returns it stating it was nothing.

2017 December, New York Times Article:

– 2007 to 2012, $22 million dollar budget for the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program, most of the money went to Bigelow Aerospace. (BAAS)

– Luis Elizondo ran the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program in the Pentagon which the government has now admitted existed. The government is saying the program ended a few years ago, but Elizondo is already on record talking about his replacement and the fact that it’s still going on.

– Under Bigelow’s direction, Bigelow’s company modified buildings in Las Vegas for the storage of metal alloys and other materials.

In my opinion, the Pentagon’s Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program is still active today with Bigelow being a big part of it, and this is why. The US Defense Department has a simple way of keeping certain programs on-going just by changing their names. History attests to this when looking at Project Blue Book in the 1950’s. First the project started out as Project Sign in the late 1940’s, then moved into Project Grudge, and eventually changed to Project Blue Book. By changing the name of a program and maybe moving it from one department to another, funding appears to haven been open and closed for each. In the Black Project arena using government funding money, or money acquired under other circumstances, this is a simple way to throw suspicion off-track. One type of funding like this is called, “Secret Funding”. As an example, secret funding was used for the Manhattan Project during World War II. The atomic bomb project  needed over two billion dollars for completion. Congress approved this budget under the direction of the president not knowing what is was for. These are refereed as, “General Appropriation Funding”, for secret projects.

Is it necessary for the Pentagon to fund UFO sightings?  Let’s look at the numbers for valid sightings in 2016 and 2017 to answer this question.

Some UFO Sightings are real!

Michio Kaku, Theoretical Physicist believes, 5% of UFO sightings are real, and are worth investigating. So let’s crunch some numbers.

National UFO Reporting Center

2016 – 5, 619 sighting reports

2017 – 4,655 sighting reports (as of date)

But, how many people actually take the time to report their sighting? We know as investigators, that not everyone who has a sighting actually takes the time to report it. First you have to get to a computer, then find a website to report it, then go through all the questions some sites have to report it. If it’s too much trouble or takes too much time, some people won’t bother reporting their sighting, only those few who are really concerned, will.

Let’s say out of 100 sightings, only 20% of the people will take the time to report it. This number, in my opinion, is a little high, realistically it’s probably less than 15%, but let’s use 20.

2016: 20%(x) = 5619 → 5619/20% → x = 28,096 Actual total sightings

2017: 20%(x) = 4655 → 4655/20% → x = 23,275 Actual total sightings

Now let’s use the Michio Kaku 5% real UFO theory.

2016 → 28,096 sightings  x .05 = 1,404 Real UFO sightings were scientific investigation.

2017 → 23,275 sightings  x .05 = 1,164  Real UFO sightings were scientific investigation.

The previous data was referenced from just one UFO reporting center, what if we add another UFO reporting center like, MUFON. Now you may ask, what if a person reports their sighting to “two” separate reporting websites? Well MUFON periodically checks to see if their reports have been reported on other websites, and based on their checks, it’s less than 1% probability.

MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) Sighting Reports just USA:

2016 → 5365 sightings

2017 → 5446 sightings (as of date)

Use the 20% sighting ratio and include the 5% Michio Kaku theory:

2016 → 5365 sightings/20% = 26,825 x .05 =  1,341 UFO Sightings Real

2017 → 5446 sightings/20% = 27,230 x .05 =  1,361 UFO Sightings Real

Add total number of 2016’s National UFO Reporting Center reports with MUFON’s reports.

NUFORC → 2016 →  1,404
MUFON   → 2016 →  1,341
total   2,745

2016 : 2,745 sightings were actual UFO’ s (+-1%).

Add total number of 2017’s National UFO Reporting Center reports with MUFON’s reports.

NUFORC → 2017 →  1,164
MUFON   → 2017 →  1,361
total   2,525

2017 : 2,525 sightings were actual UFO’ s (+-1%).

Add 2016 with 2017 -> 5,270

Just over 5000 sightings combined from 2016 and 2017 were considered valid UFO sightings and worth being investigated by the scientific community. That’s huge! Now you know why the Pentagon is interested in this. But the big question is? Are they running their own investigations, or merely monitoring what they already know? Only time will tell.

As for the New York Times article released December 16th, 2017 tying Robert Bigelow with a government agency investigating UFOs? If the New York Times had paid a little more attention to their own book review of The 37th Parallel back on November 25th, of 2016, and had someone other than non qualified idiot like Sam Kean review it saying, “The book falls flat as a conspiracy thriller because its revelations are so pathetic”, they would have known about the Bigelow-UFO tie-in, a year earlier!

To the New York Times… You need to re-review the book and you definitely owe me and Ben Mezrich, an apology!

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December UFO/Paranormal Events Throughout History

As a UFO/Paranormal Investigator, December is my favorite month out of the year because there’s always one guaranteed UFO-type sighting, which occurs late December 24th. But what about the month of December in general, have there been some popular unusual events in the past? Yep, and here’s a few good ones worth mentioning.

UFO related:

December 9th, 1965, the Kecksburg UFO Incident.

Kecksburg UFO

( A model of the crashed object, originally created for the show Unsolved Mysteries, and put on display near the Kecksburg fire station. Image courtesy Wikipedia. )

In Kecksburg, Pennsylvania, United States, a large fireball was seen by thousands in at least six U.S. states and Ontario, Canada. It streaked over the Detroit, Michigan/Windsor, Ontario area, reportedly dropped hot metal debris over Michigan and northern Ohio, starting some grass fires and caused sonic booms in Western Pennsylvania. It was generally assumed and reported by the press to be a meteor after authorities discounted other proposed explanations such as a plane crash, errant missile test, or reentering satellite debris. [ref. Files]

December 26th, 1980, the Rendlesham Forest Incident,
also known as “Britain’s Roswell”.

Rendlesham Forest marker

Rendlesham model

(Images courtesy Forestry Commission, England)




Lt. Col. Charles Halt stated, around 3:00am on the 26th of December, strange lights were reported by a security patrol near the East Gate of RAF Woodbridge apparently descending into nearby Rendlesham Forest. Servicemen initially thought it was a downed aircraft but, upon entering the forest to investigate they saw, according to Halt’s memo, a strange glowing object, metallic in appearance, with colored lights. As they approached, it moved through the trees, and “the animals on a nearby farm went into a frenzy”. The craft left three impressions or depressions on the ground that were visible the next day. One of the servicemen, Sgt. Jim Penniston, later claimed to have encountered a “craft of unknown origin” and to have made detailed notes of its features, touched its “warm” surface, and copied the numerous symbols on its body. The object allegedly flew away after their brief encounter. Penniston also claimed to have seen triangular landing gear on the object. [ref. Files]

December 29th, 1980, the Cash-Landrum Incident.

Cash Landrum

( Photo of newspaper article courtesy, )

The evening of December 29th, Betty Cash and Vickie and Colby Landrum, were driving home to Dayton, Texas after dining out. Around 9:00 p.m., while driving on a isolated two-lane road in the dense woods, they originally observed a light over the trees that came closer revealing a diamond-shaped object. Cash got out of the car to investigate and noticed the heat was strong enough to make the car’s metal body hot to the touch. The object moved higher in the sky, soon to be surrounded by 23 helicopters as it flew out of sight. Later that evening all the cars occupants suffered symptoms from ionizing radiation contact.

December 12th, 1985, the famous Whitley Strieber abduction Incident.


(Photo courtesy Whitley Strieber website.)

Whitley Strieber writer, states he was abducted by aliens from his cabin in upstate New York the evening of December 26th. Based on his personal experience, he wrote the popular book, Communion.

Monster Related:

December 12th, 1964, the Hook Island Sea Monster.

Hook Island sea monster

(Purposed “colored” picture of Robert Le Serrec’s Hook Island sea monster,
courtesy Scientific American.)

Robert Le Serrec and his family were crossing Stonehaven bay, heading to Hook Island, Queensland, spotted a large, tadpole-like monster about 30 feet long. The family said the creature had eyes on the top of its head, pale looking with slit shaped pupils. It was black in color, with traverse stripes, and the skin appeared to be smooth. They took multiple photos which today is still being debated.

December 1st, 1987, the Ilkley Moor Alien Incident, Yorkshire, U.K.

Ilkleymoor photo

( Photo courtesy Philip Spencer, pulled from un-named source, internet.)

Philip Spencer, a retired policeman was walking across the moor to his father-in-laws house, wanting to take pictures of some strange lights seen on the moor. While loading his camera he saw a strange looking creature through the fog. The small being was on the slopes of the moor, and Spencer took a photograph of it. He then ran towards the being trying to chase him down when he saw a flying craft with a top dome, rising up from the moor grounds. It quickly disappeared into the sky. He couldn’t get a photograph of the craft, but was able to photograph the small being. The photo shows a grainy image of the bi-pedal creature, but not clear enough for definitive proof of the being. Philip Spencer relinquished all rights of the photo for analysis, and had never made any money from it.

December 11th, 1999, the Lake Murray Monster of Papua New Guinea.

Lake Murray Lodge

(Photo courtesy, Papua New Guinea’s Lake Murray Lodge.)

Villagers traveling in a canoe reported seeing a large creature wading in the shallow water near Boboa. The creature was described as having a body as long as a large construction truck with a long neck and long slender tail. It’s hind legs were as wide as coconut palm tree trunks, and had two smaller forelegs. The head resembled the shape of a cow’s head with large eyes and sharp teeth as long as fingers. The skin was similar to a crocodile’s skin, and it had large triangular-like scoops on its back.

Bermuda Triangle Incidents.

December 30th, 1812, Theodosia Burr Alston

Arron Burr

( Aaron Burr, photo courtesy )

Theodosia the daughter of former United States Vice President Aaron Burr, was on board the sailing ship, Patriot, which sailed from Charleston, South Carolina to New York City never to be seen again. Even though this incident is towards the out-skirts of the Triangle, some consider it related to the Bermuda Triangle phenomenon.

December 5th, 1945. Flight 19:

Bermuda Flight 19

(Photo source, Bermuda Attractions)

One of the most talked about Bermuda Triangle incident, five Grumman TBM Avenger torpedo bombers of US Navy went missing while flying over the Atlantic. They were scheduled to go due east from Florida Naval base for 120 miles, then north for 73 miles, and then get back to a final 120-mile route which would return them to the naval base. They never arrived. Two rescue Martin Mariner aircraft with a 13-man crew were sent out to search for them, and one of the Martin Mariners never returned and never seen again. This event is still a mystery today.

December 28th, 1948 Flight DC-3 Disappearance:

Bermuda DC3

(Photo source, Bermuda Attractions)

On the night of December 28th, a Douglas DST airliner traveling from San Juan, Puerto Rico to Miami, Florida, carrying 29 passengers and 3 crew members, never made it to its final destination. Only 50 miles south of Florida, the aircraft has never been found.

December 15, 2008 Britten-Norman Trislander.

Bermuda Trislander

(Photo source: Britten-Norman)

Trislander took off from Santiago for New York on December 15, 2008 at around 3:30pm with 12 persons on board. After about 35 minutes from take off, the aircraft fell off the radar. A massive search operation was launched by US Coast Guards, but the aircraft was never traced again. Its last known location was about 4 miles west of West Caicos Island. No debris has ever been found.

Famous Ghost Sightings in December?

Marley was dead: to begin with…

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Alien Feast

Animal mutilations have been going on for centuries, not decades, and we still know very little about them, but we’re getting better in the investigation area. Some investigators have found trace evidence of micro-meteorites on the animal’s hide, I’ve found high levels of EM (electro-magnetics) and changes in the soil nutrients (CEC’s), and we’ve all interviewed ranchers who’ve seen either UFO’s or Balls of Light from  time to time. But have animal mutilations, cows in particular, been associated with a major UFO event? The following blog was taken from a recent article I wrote for the Roswell Daily Record newspaper which may tie an animal mutilation or a type of animal phenomenon, to the 1947 Roswell UFO event.


On September 9th, 1967, members of the King family ranch in the San Luis Valley, Colorado, found the dead body of their three year old horse near the base of Blanca Peak, which is a sacred mountain of the Navajo Indian Tribe. Lady the horse, later mis-identified as Snippy, had her flesh removed around the right side of her jaw line and neck including other unusual cuts along her body. “These wounds were precisely done as if by a surgeon”, said the rancher and law enforcement at the scene. The King ranch and other ranchers in the area had experienced cattle deaths on their land before due to natural causes, but had never seen anything like this before.

Not to go into a gross detailed explanation, but the animal mutilation phenomenon consists of a death of an animal, commonly a cow or a horse under unknown and unusual circumstances. The animal is drained of blood and surgical-like cuts are seen on the carcass. I’ve personally seen some animals lying in a crop-circle-like depression and their bodies facing an east to west (or visa-versa) direction. Also, majority of them are found lying on their right side. George Knapp, an investigative reporter out of Las Vegas, Nevada, had researched and learned, that over 10,000 unusual animal mutilation cases have been reported since that 1967 case. Out of all those unusual cases investigated by law enforcement, as well as new ones, no human evidence has been found relating to the cause of death, so no one has ever been caught, or convicted of the crime. These are truly the largest animal cruelty cases in the US.

But has this been happening just since 1967? I interviewed a member of the Navajo nation in the San Luis Colorado area, and it appeared their ancestors had seen this type of animal destruction well before the European migration. With further research, I learned about another case happening before 1967.

In Volume 38, No. 11 of a 1985 Fate Magazine issue was a reprinting of an article from 1896, in Howell, Missouri, describing a UFO hovering over a rancher’s pasture. The article stated; the family first watched strange lights slowly descend upon their ranch from the night sky, eventually turning into a solid craft. The craft then hovered over their barn and pasture area where the cows were kept. The family ran into the house extremely frightened, and the youngest daughter exclaimed in the article, “This was the longest night of their lives.” The next day when checking the herd, three cows were found dead. After the father examined the carcasses, he saw they were completely void of blood.

In the summer of 2007 I had the wonderful opportunity to interview in person 99 year old Geraldine Perkins, out of Corona, New Mexico. Geraldine was a pharmacist in Corona back in 1947, when the Roswell Incident occurred. She personally knew some of the key individuals who were directly associated with that event like, Mac Brazel and Dee Proctor. She said her pharmacy store had one of only three long distance telephone lines in the town, and Mac Brazel probably used it to set up an appointment with the Roswell Sheriff to show him the debris he had found at the debris site.

I had heard that while the debris was present and even after it was removed from its scattered location that horses and live-stock refused to cross the area for a few years. Something about that debris spooked the animals. So I asked Geraldine, “Do you remember anything unusual pertaining to animals around the same time-frame people were talking about the flying saucer crash in July 1947?” I initially asked this question pertaining to the animals at the debris site, but got an unexpected answer.

Geraldine remembered a concerned rancher coming into her pharmacy store with a very unusual question. He asked her if she had heard about some cattle whose hides had turned bleach white, and if her store had any type of medication for that. Geraldine remembers this because, not only was she a pharmacist, but her store also carried essential medical supplies for the local rancher’s lives stock. This particular question was so strange that one threatening possibility could be a viral epidemic in the area. She quickly asked the rancher where this had happened, and he replied, west of Socorro, on the Plains of San Agustin, New Mexico.

Now for readers who follow the story about the 1947 Roswell incident, you might have heard there is a suspected second crash site which occurred on the Plains of San Agustin. UFO researchers Stanton Friedman and Chuck Wade, hold fast to this theory. The story goes; two or more craft were flying in formation near Roswell the night of the first week of July in 1947 and collided due to atmospheric conditions combined with the microwave radar used while tracking them. Another theory is, they were actually brought down by the microwave radar system used by simply turning up the radar intensity and using it as a weapon to disrupt navigational controls. Bottom line? There’s a possibility of a second crash on the Plains of San Agustin and Geraldine Perkins’ remembers cows were reported turning bleach white in that area. She couldn’t remember if the animals had survived the event, just that a couple of ranchers were concerned about a possible viral epidemic.

So is there a tie between the two events? Cows found bleach white in an area of a supposed second UFO crash in 1947? Were these animals associated with the strange animal mutilation phenomenon still going on today? How about Animal Mutilations in general? Some say they are directly related to UFOs and Aliens! Craft and unusual balls of light have been seen in areas of the mutilations, as recently as 2016 in one of my cases. Sometimes un-marked helicopters have been seen afterwards as if the occupants are running their own post-investigation. No human evidence has ever been found causing these mutilations, and I can personally attest to that, because I’ve investigated multiple animal mutilations cases along with local law enforcement. So who is the culprit? Some unknown natural predator lurking around in the darkness of night, or could it be, some sort of an Alien Feast.

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Comment on Stephenville Texas, 2008 UFO Sighting Revisited by UFOnut

The day before this happened I was sitting in my living room watching t.v. we have a 64 inch t.v. and a pink sphere probably 4×4 in size like what you would see when you google a proton, neutron, electron. It floated near the t.v. for a few seconds. I got scared and threw a shoe at it. I then said screw this and went into the bedroom to watch t.v. and a smaller one came out of that t.v. I guess because it was a smaller t.v.. Who knows all I know the next day they were saying on the news they had colored lights over Stephenville Texas. I have never forgot it and will research it from time to time. I noticed that you have a path lined out so it makes sense. I have also seen in 1995 or 1997 going to work 2 a.m. in the morning a silver cigar shape in the sky with fire going out the back end of it. It followed me for a wile then did a weird maneuver like it was going into Lake Ray Hubbard. Turned into fire and poof it was gone. When I was a kid we had a meteorite in our back yard. I would roll it around. That was over 50 years ago. I would always have what my dad called night mares of these beings coming into the room where we slept. They were thin with large eyes. I often wonder if the meter put something on me that they see. I think this because of what I saw then and now. It sounds crazy but so help me God it is the truth.

Spirits Walk Among Us

Hotel Colorado, Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Note: This is an article I wrote for the Roswell Daily Record newspaper’s Opinion section, October, 26th, 2017.

As a UFO Investigator I started out my adventures investigating UFO crash sites like Roswell and Aztec, New Mexico, and Cape Girardeau, Missouri, but soon ventured into other realms of the Paranormal.

First, the word Paranormal doesn’t pertain to just ghosts, it basically covers all things that are impossible to explain by known natural forces or by science, or what I like to say, “Anything outside we consider normal.” My investigations soon included, Cattle Mutilations, Bigfoot and different types of creature sightings like flying humanoids and Shape Shifters, but one type of investigation always seems to be the toughest one for me and that’s, Spirit Investigations.

To be honest, I’ve always believed in life after death, just like I’ve always believed in extraterrestrials. The many ghost-type stories I’ve heard from my family while growing up, just solidified my beliefs. So it didn’t surprise me to eventually try some spirit investigations for myself, considering I already had the necessary equipment.

The electromagnetic field equipment, or EMF devices and night vision cameras seen on Ghost Investigating TV shows, I used for UFO investigations, and the DVR recording cameras and motion sensing cameras you also see on those shows, I used for Cattle Mutilation and Bigfoot investigations. So combining what equipment I had including a few other things like a voice recorder and infra-red lights, I started learning more about the after-life.

My first investigation was a private house in Colorado Springs where I caught on video, just a glimpse of large board game dice being knocked off a living room end table. I also recorded a couple of EVP’s or, Electronic Voice Phenomenon’s there too! More investigations included; bed and breakfasts, some museums, and a couple of famous hotels like, Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, and the Stanley Hotel, in Estes Park, Colorado. In July 2016 while in Roswell for a panel discussion, I did an investigation at a house just outside former Walker Air Force Base, also known as Roswell Army Air Field. I learned there’s more tied to that base than just aliens, like underground passages, balls of light seen, triangular craft flyovers, and now spirits.

Like I mentioned previously, I’ve always believed in life after death, but how can I scientifically explain that? I started looking at current scientific theories for answers and thought, maybe String Theory could help me. In Physics, String Theory is a theoretical framework in which point-like particles of particle physics are replaced by one-dimensional objects called strings. There’s way more to explaining String Theory, but the one thing that makes String Theory work for me is, multi-dimensions. A dimension could be made up of mass, length and time, and String Theory postulates three basic types of theories involving different number of dimensions. The Bosonic String Theory has 26 dimensions, the Superstring Theory has 10, and the M-Theory has 11, so modern day science is basically telling us there’s more to life than the one dimension we live in. I started thinking about that when originally trying to theorize Time Travel, but soon realized something else.

In May of 2016, I wrote a blog on my website called, “Time Travel, Symmetrical Universe” which is a hypothesis I’m working on about the possibilities of time travel. While writing the blog and drawing some nifty pictures trying to explain myself, I soon realized, my hypothesis could also explain the possibility of life after death from an amateur science point of view. Here’s how it works in a UFO-Nut shell.

Synchronous Dimensional Universes are universes that were started exactly at the same time as ours, and are in-sync with us, like a mirror image, but could have different levels of time. We live in a three dimensional plane (sorta), but adding time forms a larger fourth-dimensional body called, “Space Time”. The “Time” variable could flow through each dimensional universe faster or slower or exactly at the same rate as us. This could explain forward and backward time travel, but only through connected synchronous universes.

Looking at Newton’s Third Law which basically explains motion, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction and forces always come in pairs. Newton’s Third Law also involves “placed energy”, which is a specific energy that cannot be manipulated later, like residual energy.

If Newton’s Third law could be considered when explaining the creation of dimensional universes, then when one dimensional universe is created, another dimensional universe is created due to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction and forces always come in pairs. True my theory is a stretch, but hey, it could be plausible. So as life begins, an Active Life dimension is created with an opposite action creating placed energy or a Residual Life Energy dimension. But when we die, we could go through an equal and opposite reaction as well, into a Spiritual Life dimension and a Residual Spiritual Life dimension.

Our own Dimensional Time-Line could consist of a Residual Dimension, which can only be viewed like an old TV rerun in which we can’t interact with. This could explain Residual Hauntings which is a playback of a past event also known as a placed memory. The apparitions involved are not spirits; they are energy recordings of a particular event that we can sometimes see due to some type of parallel dimensional connection.

Some people and some investigators have been able to interact with spirits, so how do we explain this? Well that could be the Spiritual Life dimension in which our life force (i.e. souls, conscience, spirits) go when we die. Now since the Spiritual Life Dimension is an active dimension and not a residual one, we and they could have the ability to cross-communicate through some type of dimensional connection. I’m guessing the dimensional connection must be associated with electromagnetic energy, that’s why we can tell when spirits are nearby using our EMF devices.

I know this brief explanation of my theory is a little confusing and probably way off base making the physics community cringe, but it’s one way for me to try and understand life after death. With my previous ghost investigations which I prefer to call “Spirit Investigations”, I’ve personally witnessed interaction between this dimensional plane and theirs and I’ve also witnessed the Residual Dimension where there is no interaction. I don’t want to insult anybody’s religious beliefs or personal opinions trying to explain life after death, I’m just trying to understand it for myself. But regardless of your opinions or beliefs or if you agree with me or not, one thing is for certain, Spirits Walk Among Us!

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Comment on It’s UFO! (not UAP) by R. McClellan

Unidentified Aerial Phenomena would be the term used by anyone who places a premium on the scientific method, and who respects the subject enough to show precision in thought & grammar. Nothing about the “objects” fly in any way that we would normally think of as “flying.” There is nothing aeronautical about them. They’ve been witnessed moving through air & water alike, even disappearing into mountain sides, or the ground, not to mention changing shape & disappearing on the spot. A new, more scientifically accurate term, along with a fresh, serious approach to the subject can’t hurt in removing the tinfoil-hat stigma attached to it.