Friday, April 10, 2020

History Channel's, The Secret of The Skinwalker Ranch Reviewed

The History Channel's, Secret of The Skinwalker Ranch Reviewed

     For f**k’s sake, did they have to start with a dead cow? The supposed “mystery” of the 500-acre Skinwalker Ranch is entirely a modern creation, fabricated in the late twentieth century, and as a result, the stories told of the ranch’s supposed supernatural phenomena bear all the hallmarks of
By Jason Colavito
the era in which the myth formed—cattle mutilations, UFO sightings, poltergeists—rather than those popular before or after. There is something a little dated about probing “mysteries” that were au courant when the X-Files was still new, but that’s been the History Channel’s schtick for more than a decade now.


  1. This show is not a HOAX. There is no way the key scientist would risk his reputation because of making a few dollars making a short term series. If he were not there, I would have to consider it.

  2. The show so far has been good up until they got Llamas to put in a fenced in area with high grass, defective cameras and no one hiding close to defend the Llamas in case they got attacked...they knew what could happen and they were just sitting ducks and no one cared ...hearing those poor animals cry was upsetting...this was animal abuse for sure! If they want to really see for themselves what comes creeping around in the night they should put the security guard in there for a night!


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