Aliens

Alien Abduction Hotspot, Stardust Ranch, on Sale for $5 Million

theghostdiaries
24 days ago
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Most people don’t have a spare $5 million laying around, but for those that do may I proffer an out-of-this-world investing opportunity. The Stardust Ranch in Arizona’s Rainbow Valley just hit the market and the previous owners of this desert ranch claim the property is regularly visited by extraterrestrials.

Owner John Edmunds put the 10-acre piece of land up for sale after conceding he no longer had the will power to continue battling off the aliens who, he says, have entered this world through a backyard portal in order to abduct him and experiment on him over the course of two decades.

“Almost immediately from the day we moved in, we began to have strange experiences,” Edmonds told Phoenix-station KPNX.

In addition to inflicting physical harm on himself and his horses, Edmunds claims the malevolent aliens attempted to abduct his wife, too.

“They actually levitated her out of the bed in the master chamber and carried her into the parking lot and tried to draw her up into the craft.”

The Stardust Ranch, which was recently featured on the Travel Chanel’s “Ghost Adventures,” has been the site of multiple UFO sightings over the years.

“We know that there is a gate on the back of the property, we know where it is, and about every 72 days it seems to open, and at that point, there are massive sightings out there,” he said.

Edmunds also took to social media to post photos of scars and injuries sustained during encounters with the ET, which included a samurai battle.

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