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The author of the controversial bestseller Brain Trust brings his scientific expertise to the chilling true story of unexplained phenomena on Utah's Skinwalker Ranch -- and challenges us with a new vision of reality.

For more than fifty years, the bizarre events at a remote Utah ranch have ranged from the perplexing to the wholly terrifying. Vanishing and mutilated cattle. Unidentified Flying Objects. The appearance of huge, otherworldly creatures. Invisible objects emitting magnetic fields with the power to spark a cattle stampede. Flying orbs of light with dazzling maneuverability and lethal consequences. For one family, life on the Skinwalker Ranch had become a life under siege by an unknown enemy or enemies. Nothing else could explain the horrors that surrounded them -- perhaps science could.

Leading a first-class team of research scientists on a disturbing odyssey into the unknown, Colm Kelleher spent hundreds of days and nights on the Skinwalker property and experienced firsthand many of its haunting mysteries. With investigative reporter George Knapp -- the only journalist allowed to witness and document the team's work -- Kelleher chronicles in superb detail the spectacular happenings the team observed personally, and the theories of modern physics behind the phenomena. Far from the coldly detached findings one might expect, their conclusions are utterly hair-raising in their implications. Opening a door to the unseen world around us, Hunt for the Skinwalker is a clarion call to expand our vision far beyond what we know.

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August 19th, 2014
Very refreshing. All in all a very sane and intelligent approach to some of the things that have scared the hell out of a good many of us and or made us scoff. It's a reminder that our little workaday lives often have no room for much of anything we can't readily explain. The book is provocative in that it presents some fascinating if not downright disturbing possibilities. This is not some half wits foray into the world of the unexplained nor is it the wishful speculations of a decided misfit. I finished this book and wondered what kind of world this will be in a hundred years. It's good to be reminded that there are many intelligent people out there who are not afraid to have minds of their own. It's a reminder too that the box we think inside of is rather small.
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