MACK #109: Skinwalker Ranch

Hey there everyone! We’re back with episode 109 which is all about the Skinwalker Ranch.

Well, mostly about Skinwalker Ranch. We do drift away from our topic from time to time.

If you love paranormal shows of all types, the chances are pretty good that you’ve at least heard of the Skinwalker Ranch. The ranch is on a 500+ acre plot of land in Utah. There are many reports of crazy things happening in and around that area. Some even claim that the reports go back as far as the 1700s.

There have been a ton of radio and television shows dedicated to the ranch and what goes on there. Zak Bagans, Portals to Hell, Art Bell, George Noory, Jeff Rense and even Joe Rogan have spent time discussing or investigating Skinwalker Ranch.

In this episode we talk about the ranch and it’s history. We also listen to some George Knapp (he literally wrote the book on Skinwalker ranch) clips from various radio shows he’s been on.

The ranch has changed ownership quite a few times. Most recently it was purchased by Brandon Fugal who has put together a team of scientists, researchers and experts to try and get to the bottom of what is really happening in that corner of Utah.

The team, Brandon, and the ranch itself all starred in an 8 episode series on the History Channel, entitled “The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch.”

There have been electricity problems, failing gear, radiation spikes, ufo sightings, animal attacks and a lot of other spooky stuff highlighted throughout the show’s run.

It has been a pretty fascinating watch, especially if you’re into this sort of thing. Pssst, I am!

And now they are about to start airing season 2.

So, if you haven’t binged season 1 yet, now’s the time. You can watch it right here on the History Channel’s website – no login required.

Also, Dave and I briefly discuss the latest (and maybe the greatest?) Nic Cage movie that was recently released. Willy’s Wonderland is so damn fun. A campy horror flick that I personally think deserves to achieve cult classic status ASAP. If horror/comedy is something you enjoy, we both recommend this one whole-heartedly!

Alrighty, that’s it for this week.

Thanks for listening!



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