Lost in a deep valley sitting on the San Andreas fault is Pine Mountain, a small community very few have ever heard off. A community of 2000 to 3000 people, that can see Mt Pinos in the distance and the occasional California Condor overhead. I’ve visited quite a few small towns in my life, here and abroad, and some hold secrets, some don’t. Pine Mountain you see is the former, because UFOs land here.
    A warm winter day, that turned fairly cold by the time we reached the elevation of Pine Mountain. Read More



    RUSSIAN SNOWMAN (or guy in a hoodie)
    In the previous article, about the Dyatlov Pass Incident, I commented on the fact that the Russian “Yeti” had nothing to do whatsoever with this case. I stand by that stance 100%, but that does not negate the existence of such a creature in Russia and central Asia. In fact the evidence for the Russian Snowman called the Almasty is quite strong. Read More

  • The Dyatlov Event

    The Dyatlov Event

    In 1970, a picture was taken of a typical round UFO near Kholat Syakhel, a mountain in the Urals of Russia. There was nothing remarkable about the picture from a Ufology standpoint. Yes, it was a clear good photograph, but we have so many of those But, it was taken in an area rich in UFO lore, and more importantly, Kholet Syakhel is where a most unusual event took place eleven years earlier. An event which resulted in multiple deaths, and an event the police said was due to the “invincible force of nature”. Read More

  • Skinwalker


    I don’t really have much of a go to bed routine, I pretty much fall asleep watching television, reading, drinking Vanilla Coke. At some point in the night I wake up to turn off the lights and/or television, but not always, and appropriately go back to sleep. This particular night, a blackout woke me up, as the lights and television abruptly turned themselves off at about 3 AM.  This occasionally happen in Los Angeles, so I thought nothing more of it. Read More