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Reporter experiences UFO ranch with area travelers from the Triad Theater

Posted: Friday, July 26, 2013 10:53 am

TROUT LAKE — Seeing a spaceship can be part of a spiritual journey toward enlightenment, according to reports from a group of area travelers, who took a trip to a UFO ranch near the base of Mount Adams last weekend.

James Gilliland claims to have enlightened contact with extraterrestrial intelligence and benevolent beings at his ranch near Trout Lake, which purportedly is an internationally known UFO and paranormal hot spot.

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  • eyeswideopen posted at 10:20 am on Sun, Jul 28, 2013.

    eyeswideopen Posts: 98

    Only the enlightened ones can see the truth? Too many shrooms of the 60's era in the backyards of these people! Those of us who know the truth and have watched the BS circus at the JZ Knight compound know that this is another way to find where the lizards went... Great comical and sad article of people looking for a truth that they can experience without having faith in God and common sense

  • AnangelF posted at 11:18 pm on Sat, Jul 27, 2013.

    AnangelF Posts: 50

    This story was fun to read, witty and light hearted. Was your generalization about a myriad of religious, spiritual, and philosophical concepts meant to be facetious? I assumed it was since your "investigation" sounded like a Google quick search. Maybe I just didn't recognize the concepts referenced.
    By the way, one doesn't need to believe in "orbs" to see them in photos and infrared videos. Many of the photos from the recent musical production at the Triad were loaded with them.

  • Tyger posted at 12:36 pm on Fri, Jul 26, 2013.

    Tyger Posts: 21

    Nice. So you got to experience an evening with a bunch of mentally ill people and lived to tell the tale. Even write about it. LOL! After I read your article (very well written, by the way, quite funny) my thought was, "And they vote."


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