The Meadow Project: Explorations Into the South's Skinwalker Ranch (Paperback)

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By Angelia Sheer (Foreword by), Trey Hudson
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THE MEADOW PROJECT BY TREY HUDSONThere are several epicenters of such strangeness that have been ingrained into our collective consciousness over the decades. The Hessdalen Valley in Norway, the Hoia-Baciu Forest in Romania, Japan's Aokigahara Forest, the Mesa Verde dwellings in New Mexico, Stardust Ranch near Rainbow Valley, Arizona and of course the legendary Skinwalker Ranch in Utah, USA. This book chronicles the in-depth research into another such location located in America's Southland. This remote site, known among select researchers simply as the "Meadow" is the location of many astounding events. Some have even compared it to the Skinwalker Ranch itself with its own reports of UFOs, cryptid beasts, portals, missing time, crop circle like formations, men/women in black, orbs, strange beams of light, mysterious beings and many other oddities. Discovery of the Meadow was one of those serendipitous happenings that one hears about from time to time. Its precise location has not been compromised and therefore, has not been laid siege by curiosity seekers and other people looking for a quick thrill. In short, the site is pristine and inviolate. This makes it unique and special among these types of places.Finally, after several years, all the research and field notes concerning the Meadow have been compiled into book form and are ready to be released to the public. "The Meadow Project: Explorations into the South's Skinwalker Ranch" will take you along the amazing journey from its discovery to the most recent investigations. You will get to meet the researchers and experience their excitement, apprehension and sometimes personal loss.It is an amazing story that does not belong to any one person or group. It is rather the world's story and deserves to be told.


Product Details
ISBN: 9798699871476
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: October 28th, 2020
Pages: 182
Language: English

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