Involvement & Ties
Department of Defense / D.I.A.
This agency has been
identified as providing funding via a research grant with
Bigelow Aerospace for Skinwalker Ranch. We are unable and
unwilling to provide evidence to support this claim. This
funding was provided with the oversight of a unnamed high
level politician, and several military advisors.
Currently the understanding is that the agency has withdrawn
funding, but will reallocate in the future. On a side
note, three high ranking military officials have frequented the property on more than one
occasion. One of these officers was a three star general
and a CIA representative. The branch of the
military that the general represents is unknown as well as his
identity. However what is known is that a faction of the
US government does fund research and security activity in
conjunction with Bob Bigelow on the Ranch.
Contact: its a black
going to remain that way!
Senator Harry Reid
Senate Majority Leader Harry
Reid (D-Nev) initiated the Skinwalker Ranch study
program through an 22 million dollar earmark after he was
persuaded in part by aerospace titan and hotel chain founder
Luis Elizondo is the secretive man behind the
Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, a
Department of Defense program aimed at researching UFO
sightings. Elizondo recently resigned from the Department of
Defense and came forward with two compelling videos, just as
he joined Tom DeLonge’s new UFO research company, To the
Stars Academy. But despite how likely some people will be to
take these new reports lightly, they shouldn’t. Elizondo has
more than 22 years of experience with the DoD, including
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from media attention, refusing to have photos taken by or
for the press, and also denies television interview requests
as well. As unbelievable as it might seem for an
entrepreneur in the modern world, Bigelow also says he has
never sent an e-mail.
In his book Reading the Enemy's Mind, remote
viewer Paul Smith relates that in 1992
Robert Bigelow put the wheels in motion for
a radio show on the paranormal, called Area
2000, hosted by Art Bell and featuring
reports from George Knapp (whom Bigelow has
had a long association with - Knapp was
given an exclusive to the
Skinwalker Ranch story, and also has
covered the Bigelow space efforts) and Linda
Moulton Howe. While Bigelow later withdrew
sponsorship of the show, Art Bell continued
with it and it later evolved into the
massively popular Coast to Coast AM.
Over the past decade, Robert Bigelow has
continued his backing of paranormal
research. He created the National Institute
of Discovery Science (NIDS) in 1995 to
investigate border phenomena, stocking the
advisory board with some of the leading
lights in the field such as Jacques Vallee,
Hal Puthoff, Melvin Morse and Edgar
Mitchell. Employees of the organization were
generally PhD scientists, as well as some
former FBI field investigators and
law-enforcement professionals. The NIDS
website provides news and investigations
into such wide-ranging topics as 'Black
Triangle' sightings, cattle mutilations,
consciousness studies and crop circles. NIDS
was put into 'in-active' status in 2004 due
to a lack of worthwhile cases to
In March 2009 Bigelow concluded a deal with
the Mutual UFO Network to train a special
rapid response team of Field Investigators
able to be deployed within 24 hours to the
scene of a major 'physical trace' UFO event
(Category 2 or 3 in the classification
system devised by researcher Jacques Vallee).
Bigelow - through NIDS - also bought the 'Skinwalker
Ranch' in Utah where residents had reported
UFO sightings, cattle mutilations and
paranormal experiences. After the ranch shot
to national news prominence, he flew to Utah
and met with the owners, offering to buy the
ranch for about $200,000. He staffed it with
a full-time veterinarian and two scientists
to monitor the strange activity (the account
can be found in Hunt for the
Skinwalker). It is believed that he
still owns the ranch.
He says his interest in UFOs was spawned...
...when I was probably around 8 or 9. I
began to hear the stories about members of
my family that had had a couple of very good
sightings, and one was a close encounter.
They didn't see actually living creatures.
What they saw was an object that they
thought was an airplane on fire at first.
They stopped their car; it was nighttime and
the object was coming right for them. And it
grew bigger and bigger in a very short time,
a matter of maybe seconds, until it filled
up the windshield. Then they realized it
wasn't an airplane on fire; they didn't know
what it was. Their car was stopped on the
side of the road in a remote location at
night and they thought they were dead --
until, at the last second before impact, it
made a right-angle turn and zipped out of
sight. And I remember how shook up they
were. Even in telling me years later, they
had a very serious look on their face.
Bigelow also funded the UNLV Bigelow Chair
of Consciousness Studies at the University
of Nevada, which is dedicated to the
"rational investigation of the mysteries of
human awareness, including the possibility
of the persistence of consciousness after
death." He is a member of the Board of
Directors of the Rhine Research Center
(formerly, The Foundation for the Study of
the Nature of Man), and is an associate
member of the Society for Scientific
Colm A. Kelleher
Henderson, NV colm_kelleher@XXXXXX.com firstname.lastname@example.org
We believe Colm to be a much more major
player than what is portrayed in the book. Confirmed by
Ryan Layton, Alien Dave and other sources.
Colm Kelleher is
a senior research scientist with a twenty-year career in
cell and molecular biology. Following his PhD in
biochemistry from the University of Dublin, Trinity College
in 1983, Dr. Kelleher worked at Canada's flagship Ontario
Cancer Institute, the Terry Fox Laboratory at the British
Columbia Cancer Research Center in Vancouver and the
National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory
Medicine in Denver. More recently, Dr. Kelleher served as
Research Director for Bigelow Aerospace in Las Vegas and as
administrator for one of its subsidiaries, Space Sciences,
Dr. Kelleher also acted as team leader and project manager
for the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS).
Currently, Dr. Kelleher is the Director of Labs for a
biotechnology firm in San Francisco. He has authored 38 peer
reviewed publications in molecular biology, immunology,
biochemistry and virology as well as articles in popular
magazines such as OMNI.
NSA & Naval
Intel Officer Harold "Hal" Puthoff
Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin
11855 Research Blvd.
Austin, TX 78759
Phone: (512) 346-9947
Born 6/20/36. BS
and MS in electrical engineering from the University of
Florida. After graduating, Puthoff served in the Army on
duty with the NSA at Fort Meade, Maryland. There, he worked
as an engineer with Project Light, which studied fiber
optics, lasers, and high-speed computers (very cutting edge
at the time). After leaving, he invented the tunable
According to author Jim Schnabel (and confirmed by Dr.
Puthoff), he served at the NSA in the early 1960's during
his tour with the Navy, not the Army as McRae reported
above, and later stayed on as a civilian.
Joined SRI in 1971 as a specialist in laser physics. Worked
for the previous eight years in the Microwave Laboratory at
Stanford University. Served as an officer in the Navy from
1960-63 at Ft. Meade.
Head of the SRI remote viewing program, 1972-85. After he
left, Puthoff was replaced with Ed May. Former Naval
"Dr. Harold E. Puthoff is Director of the Institute for
Advanced Studies at Austin. A theoretical and experimental
physicist specializing in fundamental electrodynamics, his
research ranges from theoretical studies of quantum vacuum
states as they apply to the stability of matter,
gravitation, cosmology and energy research, to laboratory
studies of innovative approaches to energy generation. A
graduate of Stanford University in 1967, he has published
over 30 technical papers in the areas of electron-beam
devices, lasers and quantum zero-point-energy effects, has
patents issued and pending in the laser, communications, and
energy fields, and is co-author of a textbook Fundamentals
of Quantum Electronics
"Dr. Puthoff's professional background includes engineering
work at General Electric and Sperry; three and a half years
with the U.S. Department of Defense, where his work on
high-speed opto-electronic computers resulted in the award
of a DoD Certificate of Commendation for Outstanding
Performance; post-doc appointments at Stanford University as
Research Associate, Ginzton Laboratories, and Lecturer,
Dept. of Electrical Engineering; Director of the Cognitive
Sciences Program at SRI International for over a decade,
where he was responsible for large-scale, innovative,
government-funded research programs; and, since 1985,
Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin.
"Puthoff regularly serves various government agencies, the
Executive Branch and Congress as consultant on leading-edge
technologies and future technology trends; is a member and
officer of several professional organizations (NY Academy of
Sciences, Amer. Assoc. for the Advancement of Science, Amer.
Physical Soc., Soc. for Scientific Exploration); is listed
in American Men and Women of Science, Who's Who in Science
and Engineering, Who's Who in the South and Southwest and in
Who's Who in the World; and has been designated a Fetzer
(Biography provided by Dr. Puthoff)
He is claimed to have been at OT (Operating Thetan) Level
III with the Church of Scientology at the time of the
experiments. He wrote the preface to Scientology: a
Religion, and was married in a Scientology church. "Puthoff
says his involvement with the church more than a decade ago
Puthoff joined the Church in the 1960s, and left in the
mid-1970s. After leaving, he lent support to a group that
criticized the Church. It was during an LA training seminar
that he met Pat Price, who later worked at SRI.
According to Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird, in The
Secret Life of Plants, while at SRI, Puthoff did experiments
with chicken eggs. Using an e-meter (invented by L. Ron
Hubbard and used in the practices of Scientology), he
attempted to see if an egg would react if another was broken
Since the early 1970s, Puthoff had been a part-time, paid
consultant to Bill Church regarding alternative fuel
sources. At Puthoff's urging, Church developed a company,
Jupiter Technologies, to research zero-point energy. In the
summer of 1985, after giving only two weeks notice, Puthoff
left SRI to work for Church full time.
Currently with the Institute of Advanced Studies at Austin,
4030 W Braker Ln, Suite 300, Austin, TX 78759, and president
of Earthtech International at the same address here for
Earthtech's home page. His current work is involved with
quantum physics, zero-point energy, and electrogravitics.
Puthoff is working with Robert Bigelow and his National
Institute of Discovery Science. He posted a NIDS mission
statement on USENET in March, 1996.
Current "National Security Affairs Advisor" to the Stars
Academy. He served 20 years in the federal government,
including as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for
Intelligence in the Clinton and Bush Administrations. In
addition, he’s worked many years on Capitol Hill including
as the Minority Staff Director of the Senate Select
Committee on Intelligence. As an aide to Senator William S.
Cohen, he drafted the legislation that established the US
Special Operations Command. He is the author of numerous
articles on politics and national security, and the
recipient of multiple awards from the Department of Defense
and agencies of the US Intelligence Community. He holds a
B.A. in economics from Colby College and an M.A. in
international affairs from Yale University.
Dr. Scott Lohrke &
Senior Microbiologist at BAASS
Dr. Scott Lohrke Project/Duties: Lead
biological senior scientist at BAASS. The primary duties
involve responsibility for the development of laboratory
capabilities for the evaluation of novel aerospace
technologies including novel materials and propulsion
systems for possible detrimental effects on humans and the
environment. Additional duties involve the development of
research protocols and techniques in support of ongoing
research projects and oversight of daily science operations,
which includes supervision of BAASS technicians.
Senior Physicist / Engineer at BAASS
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Ph.D. , Mechanical Engineering , 1998 — 2004
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
M.S.E. , Mechanical Engineering , 1996 — 1998
State University of New York College at Buffalo
Bachelors , Mechanical Engineering , 1994 — 1996
Current manager/caretaker of Skinwalker Ranch
after the sale from Robert Bigelow. Mr. Morse is a builder
and real estate developer with over 40 years of experience.
Mr. Morse began investing in real estate after an honorable
discharge from the United States Air Force in 1973. That
same year he began to study for a BA in real estate finance/
construction, completing his degree in 1976.
In 1975, Mr. Morse joined the U.S. Postal Service, walking a
postal route in the Sugarhouse neighborhood of Salt Lake
City. Based on relationships he formed delivering the mail,
Mr. Morse purchased 18 homes, all on a contract basis. His
investment activity earned him the nickname "The Million
Dollar Mailman". In 1997, his story was told in the book
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.
On a hunch in 1985, Mr. Morse began developing a large
parcel of agricultural land south of Salt Lake City. He
built two Class A office towers and a 4-star hotel. His work
attracted significant capital to the area and spurred the
development of a major new residential and business area. In
subsequent years, Mr. Morse also conceived of and developed
the Southtown Fitness Center, a health and wellness center,
as well as numerous residential and retail developments in
Utah and elsewhere in the Intermountain West.
In 1998, Mr. Morse purchased and funded a non-profit
convalescence center for heart and other organ transplant
recipients. He named it Common Thread, from his belief that
a common thread of kindness links all humanity. The Center
operated for 15 years and served over 6,000 transplant
Mr. Morse has worked extensively with Native American
communities to create college scholarships for youth and
diabetes treatment programs.
Dr. Jacques Vallee, Ph.D.
P.O. Box 641650, San Francisco, CA 94164
Vallee has recently been seen
on Skinwalker Ranch and is considered to be a key player in
directing the new owners research. Another key player at NIDS is
none other than Dr. Jacques Vallee, Ph.D. Did you ever see
the 1977 film, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"? Actor
François Truffaut essentially portrayed Dr. Vallee in a
fictional depiction, as the character Claude LaCombe. He is
well renowned in Ufology circles as one of the leading
scientific researchers of our time on the subject. Dr.
Vallee studied the UFO phenomenon throughout the 1960s and
1970s, alongside his mentor, Dr. J. Allen Hyneck. He's
written several books on the subject, and Dr. Vallee's quite
respectable list of other accomplishments includes the
fields of mathematics, astrophysics, computer science,
artifical intelligence, and venture capitalism. His list of
previous employers include NASA, McDonald Douglas, The
University of Texas at Austin, and The Paris Observatory.
3228 Channel 8 Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
George Knapp (born April 18,
1952 Woodbury, New Jersey) is an American investigative
journalist. He grew up in Stockton, California where he
graduated from Franklin High School and was the senior class
president. Knapp lives in Las Vegas, Nevada and works for
KLAS-TV. George is also a frequent host of the Sunday
Night / Monday morning Coast To Coast AM syndicated radio
show - he is known for his work on anomalous phenomena,
which is a frequent topic of the Coast to Coast show.
In the late 1980s, Knapp reported the story of Bob Lazar
(who claimed to have worked on extraterrestrial UFOs at the
secretive Area 51).
In 1991, Knapp left KLAS to work for Altamira
Communications, a public relations firm whose clients
included advocates of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste
repository 90 miles north of Las Vegas. He was rehired by
KLAS-TV in the mid 1990s when he left the public relations
firm. He wrote a regular column titled "Knappster" for the
now-defunct alternative newsweekly Las Vegas Mercury.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Knapp publicized the
so-called Skinwalker Ranch in northeast Utah, where strange
events are alleged to have occurred
John B. Alexander
Education: BGS in Sociology,
University of Nebraska, 1971. MA in Education, Pepperdine
University, 1975. PhD in Education, Walden University, 1980.
Postgraduate work at UCLA (1990), MIT (1991), and Harvard
Entered the Army as a Private in 1956, and retired as a
Colonel in 1988.Commander, Army Special Forces Teams, US
Army, Thailand, Vietnam, 1966-69. Chief of human resources
division, US Army, Ft. McPherson, GA, 1977-79. Inspector
general, Department of Army, Washington, 1980-82. Chief of
human technology, Army Intelligence Command, US Army,
Arlington, VA 1982-83. Manager of tech. integration, Army
Materiel Command, US Army, Alexandria, VA, 1983-85.
Director, advanced concepts US Army Lab. Command, Aldelphi,
Manager, non-lethal weapons defense technology, Los Alamos
National Laboratory, 1988-1995 (ret). Manager, anti-material
technology, Defense Initiatives Office, 1988-91. Program
manager, contingency mission technology, Conventional
Defense Technology. Director for science liaison, National
Institute for Discovery Sciences, 1995 to present. Visiting
scientist, Los Alamos, 1995 to present. Panelist, National
Institute of Justice, 1994. Adj. professor, Graduate School,
Union Institute, 1992 to present. US delegate to NATO,
advanced group aerospace R & D, 1994 to present.
Col. Alexander received a National Award for Volunteerism
from Pres. Ronald Reagan in 1987, and the Aerospace Laureate
Award from Aviation Week in 1993 & 94. He lives in Las Vegas
with his wife, Victoria Lacas Alexander, and two children.
His office address is that of NIDS: 1515 E Tropicana, Suite
400, Las Vegas, NV 89119.
(Who's Who in America, 1997)
"Last year, Alexander organized a national conference
devoted to researching 'reports of ritual abuse, near-death
experiences, human contacts with extraterrestrial aliens and
other so-called anomalous experiences,' the Albuquerque
Journal reported in March 1993. The Australian magazine
Nexus reported last year that in 1971, Alexander 'was diving
in the Bimini Islands looking for the lost continent of
Atlantis. He was an official representative for the Silva
mind control organization and a lecturer on precataclysmic
civilizations ... [and] he helped perform ESP experiments
with dolphins.'" (Aftergood, Steven, "The Soft-Kill
Fallacy", Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 9-10/1994, v50,
"In The Warrior's Edge: Front-line Strategies for Victory on
the Corporate Battlefield - a 1990 book he co-authored with
Maj. Richard Groller and Janet Morris - Alexander describes
himself as having 'evolved from hard-core mercenary to
'As a Special Forces A-Team commander in Thailand and
Vietnam, he led hundreds of mercenaries into battle,' the
book explains. 'At the same time, he studied meditation in
Buddhist monasteries and later engaged in technical
exploration and demonstration of advanced human
performance.' (Aftergood, 1994)
Formerly with the U.S. Army Intelligence & Security Command
(INSCOM) under Gen. Albert Stubblebine, 1982-4. Reportedly,
Alexander was one of Stubblebine's closest officers. Married
to alien abduction researcher Victoria Lacas (now
(Porter, Tom, Government Research into ESP & Mind Control,
"After retiring from the Army in 1988, Alexander joined the
Los Alamos National Laboratories and began working with
Janet Morris, the Research Director of the U.S. Global
Strategy Council (USGSC), chaired by Dr Ray Cline, former
Deputy Director of the CIA."
"Born in New York in 1937, he spent part of his career as a
Commander of Green Berets Special Forces in Vietnam, led
Cambodian mercenaries behind enemy lines, and took part in a
number of clandestine programmes, including Phoenix. He
currently holds the post of Director of Non-lethal
Programmes in the Los Alamos National Laboratories."
"In 1971, while a Captain in the infantry at Schofield
Barracks, Honolulu, he was diving in the Bemini Islands
looking for the lost continent of Atlantis. He was an
official representative for the Silva mind control
organization and a lecturer on Precataclysmic Civilizations.
Alexander is also a past President and a Board member of the
International Association for Near Death Studies; and, with
his former wife, Jan Northup, he helped Dr C.B. Scott Jones
perform ESP experiments with dolphins."
Board member of PSI-TECH.
"Alexander is a friend of Vice President Al Gore Jnr, their
relationship dating back to 1983 when Gore was in
Alexander's Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)."
"Alexander and his team have recently been working with Dr
"The mysterious 'Col. Harold E. Phillips' who appears in
Blum's OUT THERE is none other than John B. Alexander."
Aviary, codename: Penguin.
(Victorian, Armen, "Non-Lethality: John B. Alexander, The
Pentagon's Penguin", Lobster Magazine, 6/93)
Supported the views of Thomas Bearden. Delivered a paper to
the 1981 national convention of the US Psychotronic
Association. (McRae, Ronald, Mind Wars, St. Martin's Press,
1984, p 127)
"As late as the summer of 1991, [C.B. Scott] Jones and
[Rima] Laibow were planning a yachting excursion together
with Col. John Alexander ... to investigate anomalies in the
(Durant, Robert J., "Will the Real Scott Jones Please Stand
"I have served as chief of Advanced Human Technology for the
Army Intelligence and Security Command (1982-84) and, during
the preparation of the EHP [Enhancing Human Performance]
Report, was director of the Advanced Systems Concepts Office
at the U.S. Army Laboratory Command."
Alexander stated: "..psychotronic weapons lack traditional
scientific documentation, and I do not suggest that research
projects be carried out in that field." (Alexander, Col.
John, "A Challenge to the Report", New Realities,
Alexander is friends with Gordon Novel, and (according to
Cannon) Alexander passed a threat through his wife to
researcher Martin Cannon, using Novel's name for
intimidation. Reportedly friends with Ron Pandolfi.
Alexander is closely associated with Robert Bigelow and his
National Institute for Discovery Science.
Also identified as being with the Appolinaire Group.
After his military retirement, he worked at Los Alamos
National Laboratory, where he developed the concept of
Non-Lethal Defense, which he briefed to senior defense,
industry and academic officials. Politically, his work
involved meetings with Members of Congress, White House and
National Security Council staff, and the Director of Central
Intelligence. He has considerable experience working with
classified programs dealing with many esoteric arenas. He
currently is the science director for a private research
organization in Las Vegas, NV. Col Alexander is a director
on the board of the International Remote Viewing
B.A.A.S.S. Bigelow Aerospace Advanced
XXXXXXXX. Las Vegas, NV 89119
A sister company to
Bigelow Aerospace, is a research organization that
focuses on the identification, evaluation, and acquisition
of novel and emerging future technologies worldwide as they
specifically relate to spacecraft. BAASS is headquartered in
Las Vegas, Nevada. We are seeking experienced scientists to
join our research teams. If you are an inquisitive outside
of the circle thinker, who is detail oriented and looking
for a challenge, this is a unique and exciting opportunity
to advance your career and be a part of cutting edge
Address: Bigelow Aerospace
1899 W. Brooks Ave.
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Bigelow Aerospace is a North
Las Vegas, Nevada space technology startup company that is
pioneering work on expandable space station modules. It was
founded in 1999 by hotelier Robert Bigelow. An expandable
module is a space structure that has a flexible outer shell,
allowing conservation of diameter for launch and weight
overall. Once in orbit, the module is inflated to allow for
greater work, play and living area for astronauts.
Expandable modules initially were proposed and designed by
the United States National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA) under the Transhab program. After
cancellation of the Transhab program, Bigelow Aerospace
entered into three Space Act agreements whereby Bigelow
Aerospace is the sole commercializer of several of NASA's
key expandable module technologies.
Perhaps you’ve seen news
stories about Bigelow Aerospace, founded by Las Vegas real
estate millionaire Robert Bigelow, who made his money with
his chain of Budget Suites hotels. Following a path quite
different from that of other companies involved in
commercial space ventures, Bigelow Aerospace has a bold plan
to launch an inflatable, orbiting space station as a
destination for space tourists by 2012. The company plans to
offer the well-heeled tourist the opportunity for a
four-week sojourn in its orbiting space station for $15
million. But unlike some space entrepreneurs whose plans
never leave earth, Bigelow Aerospace has already succeeded
in orbiting two of its prototype modules on Russian rockets:
Genesis I in 2006 and Genesis II in 2007. These are
inflatable modules with sophisticated cameras and electronic
packages to demonstrate the feasibility of this unique and
untried approach. As of this writing, both modules remain in
orbit and continue to send back data. In 2006, Bigelow
Aerospace was awarded the Innovator Award by the Arthur C.
But there is one space-related issue troubling Mr. Bigelow,
one on which he feels the need to obtain, even at
potentially great cost, the best counsel available: UFOs. It
is not clear whether he fears that UFOs will interfere with
his future orbiting hotel chain or if he believes that UFOs
harbor some secrets of propulsion or anti-gravity that his
engineers might someday be able to put to good use.
National Institute for
the Discovery of Science
Science Advisory Board:
John Alexander, Ph.D.
Warren Burggren, Ph.D.
Douglas P. Ferraro, Ph.D.
Albert A. Harrison, Ph.D.
Edgar Mitchell, Ph.D.
Melvin Morse, M.D.
Martin Piltch, Ph.D.
Harold E. Puthoff, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board
Theodore (Ted) Rockwell, D.Sc.
John F. Schuessler, M.S.
Jessica Utts, Ph.D.
Jacques Vallee, Ph.D.
Jim Whinnery, M.D., Ph.D.
Robert T. Bigelow, President and Founder
Colm A. Kelleher, Ph.D., Administrator, Molecular Biology &
Bruce Cornet, Ph.D., Deputy Administrator, Geology, Botany,
and Earth History
National Institute for Discovery Science
4975 S. Polaris Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89118-1629
Phone: 702-798-1700 (Please note: NIDS does not
accept collect calls)
Email: nids @ anv.net
The National Institute of
Discovery Science (NIDS) is a newly formed, privately funded
research organization. It focuses on scientific exploration
that emphasizes emerging, novel, and sometimes
unconventional observations and theories. In its programs,
NIDS rigorously employs accepted scientific methods and
maintains the highest ethical and quality standards. Because
NIDS is a new institution, it is too soon to determine
exactly what specific projects will be undertaken. However,
the Institute is concentrating on exploring fundamental
research on issues concerning the nature and evolution of
life and consciousness in the universe, and their modes of
interaction. In short, NIDS appears to be a blend of hard
(though fringe) physical science, and what could be loosely
termed "mystical science." It may very well be secretly
backed by the CIA or some other spooky agency
N.S.A. / US MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT
Three high ranking military
officals have frequented the property on more than one
occasion. One of these officers was a three star general
who visited as little as 6 months ago. The branch of the
military that he represents is unknown as well as his
identity. However what is known is that a faction of the
US government does fund research and security activity in
conjunction with Bob Bigelow on the Ranch.
Contact: its black and
going to remain that way!
|Plays a active
consultant role with the current team at Skinwalker Ranch.
Has over 30 years of extensive research into the UFO
phenomena in the Uintah Basin. Co authored the book
The Utah UFO Display. His past and current knowledge
on the topic of local paranormal makes him a key asset to
understanding the Skinwalker mystery.
Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer
Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell is an
investigative filmmaker based in Los Angeles California. Corbell
documents the ExtraOrdinary claims of credible individuals.
This research has taken him into the worlds of
nanotechnology, aerospace exploration, exotic propulsion
systems and an in-depth examination / documentation of
ufology and phenomenology.
Astrophysicist Dr. Eric W. Davis
Dr. Davis was a member of Bob Bigelow's NIDS
science team exploring mysterious phantasms at Utah's
Among the various tales of odd events is a close encounter
of the telepathic kind: a report (provided to us by Dr.
Davis) of total mind control -- with an embedded warning
issued to the science team -- by an unknown entity.
Although the details of this encounter are not known, it
seems reasonable to consider that this experience provided
sufficient background for Dr. Davis to win a contract to
write the Air Force Research Laboratory Teleportation
According to the abstract, the study was tasked to collect
open-source information concerning "the teleportation of
material objects" and also examines other exotic ET inspired
ideas like zero point energy extracted from empty space and
wormhole shortcuts through space and time.
Tom DeLonge is the co-founder, President and
interim CEO of To The Stars Academy of the Arts and Science.
As President of the company’s subsidiary, To The Stars Inc.,
since 2015, he was primarily engaged within the
entertainment sector. His career spans over two decades,
selling over 25 million records worldwide with the bands he
co-founded, Blink182 and Angels & Airwaves.
Local representative / liaison to the new
owner of Skinwalker Ranch. Owns Fjor Films. Possibly
assisting in the future documentary on the Ranch. In
2016 he played a instrumental role in having the local
public road going through the ranch property closed to the
Former Navy pilot and
astronaut. Founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and
Edgar D. Mitchell & Associates. Involved with Robert
Bigelow's National Institute for Discovery Science.
Has known Andrijah Puharich since 1970, and in 1972
sponsored Uri Geller during his tests with American
scientists, including the tests at SRI.
Mitchell briefed then CIA director George Bush on the
activities and results of the Institute of Noetic Sciences.
(Mitchell, Edgar, The Way of the Explorer, GP Putnam's Sons,
1996, pg 91)
Edgar Mitchell was the sixth astronaut to walk on the moon.
What makes him interesting is a cosmic consciousness
experience he has on his return flight to earth. What also
makes him interesting is he straddles the world between hard
science and the flakes, irritating both sides. I (Roedy
Green) figure the best research pickings have to be in
places where people have been too embarrassed to look.
Jean Dietz & Richard
Address: fort deschene
2750 S Utah 84026
Current ranch property
caretaker. Originally lived nearby the ranch and
answered an ad by NIDS to oversee the ranch property.
Was selected from a pool of over 10 other potential
candidates. Has had countless experiences since moving
into the ranchhouse and reports directly to BAASS.
on the property with her disabled husband.
Terry (aka Tom) Sherman
(aka Gorman and Gillman)
Address: fort deschene
2750 S Utah 84026
Second owner of the ranch
property who sold the ranch to Robert Bigelow. He may be a
current caretaker of the property along with his wife
Gwen Sherman. Countless paranormal events were detailed
by Terry who went to the local media and broke his story.
Sherman, bought the ranch from absent owners in the autumn
of 1994, with the intention of raising cattle. After
reputedly experiencing what they believed to be paranormal
activity, and citing personal stress, the family tried to
sell the ranch in 1996. The Deseret News ran a front page
article of the alleged phenomena shortly afterward.
Fort Duchesne, UT 84026
John owns the property to the
east of skinwalker ranch. He owns several very large
and aggressive dogs so i would avoid ever approaching his
property. He himself has witnessed several UFO
landings and also blue orbs floating about his property.
He has been a witness to such events since the 70's.
EX Military Police
Security Force Team
he's one pissed off angry curmudgeon, why contact?
There are THREE ex air force
military policemen working security detail around the
ranch. Their presence has been noticed around 8pm until 1am
(or later). Their role is to secure the boundaries around
the ranch, prevent trespassing, prevent the collection of
photographic or video evidence taken of the ranch by
bypasses, to collect information regarding any notable
paranormal events, provide security for high ranking
official visits, and to perform various experiments around
the ranch. Actual photo of one of the guards.
Fort Duchesne Tribal
Police and Ute Residents
Address: 900 S
Fort Duchesne, UT
Utes were forced the by Executive
Order of President Abraham Lincoln
to leave their beloved, beautiful
Provo Valley and relocate in the
arid, bleak Uintah Basin. In 1881,
another reservation, the Uncompagre
Reservation was established adjacent
to the Uintah Reservation and two
other bands from Colorado were
removed to Utah. The Utes (Tribal
membership of 3,300 members) operate
their own tribal government and
oversee approximately 1.3 million
acres of trust land. Tribal
headquarters are in Fort Duchesne,
Utah. The Ute Tribe is developing
its resources and pursuing its own
destiny in cooperation with various
government entities in the Uintah
Basin, including the state of Utah.
Billionaire real estate
investor and entrepeneur Robert Bigelow of Las Vegas, Nevada
is now betting his bucks on MUFON to find valuable new
knowledge about alien propulsion systems. Bigelow who has
long been known to give millions of dollars to fund serious
UFO research has just concluded a deal with MUFON to furnish
rapid response teams of Field Investigators to be deployed
within 24 hours to the scene of a major UFO event, the kind
designated as Category 2 or 3 in the classification system
devised by legendary UFO researcher Jacques Vallee. These
are the rarer cases where either physical traces are left or
physiological effects are caused in the witness.
Bigelow has hired 50 top-flight scientists to assist MUFON
in this endeavor to function as consultants and to do
expensive lab analysis of alien materials gathered at the
location of a UFO event. Bigelow, who never does anything on
a small scale, a few years ago founded BAASS (Bigelow
Aerospace Advanced Space Studies) with the incredibly
ambitious goal of putting a commercial hotel up in orbit
around the earth. He thinks that even one category 2 or 3
case if properly investigated can yield significant
scientific paydirt. Whatever high-tech equipment needed by
the investigators on the scene will be drop-shipped to them
overnight by BAASS. These high-profile cases will be
investigated using the strictest methods of scientific
protocol. This is a new day for MUFON which from its
inception has been a volunteer orgainization. Now its Field
Investigators will be paid to do their work.
Bigelow who has been known to keep his findings on the UFO
subject secret has agreed per his contract with MUFON to
hold nothing back from this organization that is revealed in
the BAASS lab analysis of materials supplied by MUFON. This
project which just launched on March 1st is code named SIP
(for Star Impact Project) . It is a pilot experiment and
will be reviewed on June 30th to see if it has proven
successful enough to warrant funding for the rest of the
year. Understandably there is a lot of excitement at MUFON
Headquarters and among its membership.
MUFON's stated mission is the scientific study of the UFO
phenomenon for the benefit of mankind. Now with this major
infusion of funds from Bigelow, it will be able to carry out
this mission more efficiently and skillfully than ever
before. And Bigelow possibly will get what he wants to
forward his goal.
How this will all work out is hard to guess. This is
something that has never been tried before. They are moving
into unchartered territory here. In any case, Bigelow's
investing so heavily in MUFON's ability to make SIP a
successful search and find operation for greater knowledge
about alien technology is some extremely good PR for MUFON,
and it sure will gain greater credibility in the eyes of the
general public as a result.
8 years traveling around the
united states investigating the paranormal. Bachelors of
Science degree from New Mexico University. Pilot, web
designer, business owner, and married father of 2.
Countless close encounters with paranormal events both
around skinwalker ranch and in other regions of the US. Due
to several personal encounters I've had around the ranch
that have had a PROFOUND effect on me, I'm intently
interested in unraveling the truth behind this very real
Complete List of ALL Names Associated with NIDS/BAASS/Bigelow
a. Jan Aldrich
b. John B. Alexander, Ph.D.,
c. Victoria Alexander
d. Mary Allman
e. Susan Bedell
f. Art Bell
g. Don Berliner
h. Bigelow Aerospace
i. Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies, LLC, ("BAASS")
j. Bigelow Foundation
k. Warren Burggren, Ph.D.
l. Denise Carpenter
m. John Carpenter
n. James Carrion
o. Bill Chalker
p. Michael Chorost
q. Bruce Cornet
r. Phil Corso
t. Eric W. Davis, Ph.D.
u. Chad Deetken
v. John Edmonds
w. Federal Aviation Authority (“FAA”)
x. Douglas P. Ferraro, Ph.D.
y. Mindy Floyd
z. Connie Fox-VanHorne
aa. Stanton Friedman
cc. Christopher ("Kit") Green
dd. Richard Hall
ee. Albert A. Harrison, Ph.D.
ff. Gary Hernandez
gg. Budd Hopkins
hh. Linda Moulton Howe
ii. David Jacobs
jj. Colm A. Kelleher, Ph.D.,
kk. George Knapp
ll. Marcel Kuijsten
mm. Bob Lazar
nn. Roger Leir
oo. John Mack
pp. Edgar Mitchell, Ph.D.
qq. Melvin Morse, M.D.
tt. James Oberg
uu. George E. Onet, DVM, Ph.D
vv. Martin Piltch, Ph.D.
ww. Roger Pinson
xx. Dave E. Pritchard
yy. Harold E. Puthoff, Ph.D.
zz. Dean Radin
aaa. Theodore (Ted) Rockwell, D.Sc.
bbb. Chris Rutkowski
ccc. John F. Schuessler, M.S.
ddd. Science Fiction Channel’s physical evidence initiative
eee. Terry Sherman
fff. Derrel Sims
ggg. Angela Thompson Smith
hhh. Yvonne Smith
iii. Leonard H. Stringfield
jjj. Michael Swords
kkk. Triad Research Conference Foundation
mmm. Bill Uhouse
nnn. Jessica Utts, Ph.D.
ooo. Gabe Valdez
ppp. Jacques Vallee, Ph.D.
qqq. Brian Vike
rrr. Walter Webb
sss. Ron Westrum
ttt. Jim Whinnery, M.D., Ph.D.