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Brandon Fugal, owner of Skinwalker Ranch, speaks during a North Utah County Chamber Alliance event at the Show Barn at Thanksgiving Point on Wednesday, Jan.

Connor Richards, Daily Herald

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Brandon Fugal, owner of Skinwalker Ranch, speaks during a North Utah County Chamber Alliance event at the Show Barn at Thanksgiving Point on Wednesday, Jan.

Connor Richards, Daily Herald

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Brandon Fugal, owner of Skinwalker Ranch, speaks during a North Utah County Chamber Alliance event at the Show Barn at Thanksgiving Point on Wednesday, Jan.

Connor Richards, Daily Herald

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Brandon Fugal, owner of Skinwalker Ranch, speaks during a North Utah County Chamber Alliance event at the Show Barn at Thanksgiving Point on Wednesday, Jan.

Connor Richards, Daily Herald

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Real estate mogul Brandon Fugal spoke about alleged UFO sightings, strange glowing lights and mysterious cattle deaths at Skinwalker Ranch in Utah during a speech in Lehi on Wednesday.

Fugal, chairman of Colliers International in Utah, bought the mysterious ranch in Uintah County in 2016 that has been the focus of folklore stories about so-called paranormal activity for decades.

The History Channel show “The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch,” which premiered in March 2020, accompanies Fugal and a team of scientists and researchers as they investigate the property. The first episode of the series’ second season premiered on May 4th.

During a North Utah County Chamber Alliance event on Show Barn at Thanksgiving Point on Wednesday, Fugal spoke about the property’s history, including the first reported incident of cattle mutilation in the early 1900s.

Fugal, who previously ran a private laboratory at Provo Airport where he studied theories of gravitational physics, told the audience that they were “skeptical” before buying the property. He said he had informed former owner Robert Bigelow that he would call in his own scientists to “expose” the paranormal activity on the ranch.

“So of course I was fascinated,” said Fugal, “even though I was a skeptic. And I fully expected that I wouldn’t see anything. “

Fugal said he “never wanted to reveal my identity” and didn’t want attention diverted from his real estate business.

Upon purchasing the ranch, Fugal said he installed cameras, weather sensors, and other tools “anything to find out what the hell was going on and document the truth with scientific rigor and discipline”.

“We are not here to believe or not to believe. We’re here to watch, ”he said. “Much of it is really observational science.”

He showed the audience a picture his team had taken with a drone showing what he called what he called a “bright, glowing object” appearing over a mesa, an object he made with the Millennial Falcon in Star Wars compared.

Fugal said his team also observed a 15-meter-long silver bowl that “moved back and forth like it was watching us and then it was gone within 20 seconds”.

“It was gone in no time,” he says. “Undeniable. It wasn’t just something that flashed in the sky. It was right in front of us.”

The Skinwalker Ranch can be a dangerous place, according to Fugal, who told the audience that several crew members have been hospitalized with strange illnesses or conditions.

Fugal said he is often asked what he thinks is causing the strange activity: extraterrestrial, multidimensional phenomena, or spiritual beings. “And my honest answer is, ‘Yes. All of this, ‘”he said.

He continued, “We believe there is ample evidence … that there are potentially portals on the property that allow certain phenomena to occur, to go back and forth.”

Fugal said he was also asked if his belief in paranormal activity at the Skinwalker Ranch contradicts his belief as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

“The honest truth is, ‘No,'” he said. “I was brought up to believe that there are worlds without numbers, that we are not alone in the universe. And if there’s one thing that really proves that to some extent and in some strange way promotes faith, it’s what we’re doing out here. “

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