Connecticut's "Skinwalker Ranch"
One of the most exciting cases Paul Eno has investigated in the last 40 years, this series of incidents at a Connecticut farmhouse and the surrounding property is reminiscent of the famous "Skinwalker Ranch" case in Utah, right down to figures apparently emerging through "holes" in space-time. According to Paul, the site is at the center, or near the center, of a paranormal "flap."
"The place is a genuine crossroads of the multiverse. The resident family, which has lived in the house for generations, regularly seems to rub elbows not only with its own ancestors but with strangers of human and non-human species, all evidently sharing the same physical space but within their own parallel worlds."
Now there is a UFO component.
Watch for more information as this case develops, both on this page and on the Enos' radio show.
In the video below, some kind of life form seems to be coming down out of the tree. Paul and Ben captured this with an infrared video camera while on-site to do preliminary filming for their proposed network television show. Interestingly, the little boy in the family said (before the video was taken) that his invisible friend "Ashwar" was in this tree at the time. The video is quick, but the entity was not seen with the naked eye.
Below, a circular "portal" clearly appears in a mirror in one of the farmhouse's most active rooms. A woman appears to be "coming through." A woman and a dog are among the most common sightings in the house. The mirror surface has no evident distortions, and the photo has been analyzed for normal anomalies. Shiny objects in the frame were even removed for subsequent shots, with no apparent effect on the changing image in the mirror.
In an upstairs bedroom, what appears to be a transparent arm and hand reach around the side of the bed.
The property seems just as active as the house. It's unusual to take outdoor photos at the site, at least at night, without "orbs" appearing in them. Paul believes that most orbs are not classic ghosts, but life forms that feed around the boundaries of parallel worlds.
In this night photo, beams of light seem to reach to the ground, something not uncommon in UFO cases. The second photo is the first one slightly lightened, revealing more beams and orbs.
Paul and Ben are very careful about photos. In August 2005, on their first visit to the site, what appears to be a black-robed figure crosses a cellar in this 1793 farmhouse, the site of high paranormal energy and dramatic time slips. Flesh tones of the face are even evident. It was taken from a videotape by Ben Eno.
Alas, further analysis revealed the end of an oil tank and
a patch on the wall! With the light just right and Ben
moving the camera in just the right way, the "figure" had
appeared to be moving across the open space. It wasn't
deliberate, but it just goes to show how careful researchers
must be to remain honest and to help bring credibility to
this field of research.
In a more promising photo, below, a dark orb appears
at the side of the house, in several rooms of which Paul
and Ben both felt dizziness, heaviness and other signs Paul
interprets as symptoms of proximity to the electromagnetically charged "boundaries" or "membranes" of parallel worlds.
Note in the window at bottom right (and inset) what appears
to be the figure of a woman and, by her right arm, perhaps
a child or dog. Paul suspected that curtains in the window were the cause, but photo analysis has initially indicated that heavy drapes would have had to be present, and they
were not. Apparently, the window was clear when the
photo was taken, and no such people were in the house.
Below, in what Paul interprets as a dramatic example of
a conjunction of parallel worlds being caught by the camera
inside the house, different rooms seem to occupy the
same space. Note that the wooden bureau seems to "end"
at one point, and the kitchen appliance can be seen right
The faces over the grave
In a fascinating illustration of the fractal nature of
quantum reality, the face of the same man,
Gurdon Cady (PICTURE INSET), whose grave this
happens to be, is seen twice (once in profile) in this
photo taken in Central Village in 1970 by
Harry A. Chase, the late Windham County historian
who figured in the "Village of Voices" case recounted
in "Faces at the Window." Mr. Cady was a much-loved
square-dance fiddler in eastern Connecticut and
Rhode Island in the late 19th century.
The haunted herb farm
A classic "orb" appears near the electrical wires near
the top of this photo taken at Ashwillet Herbs near
North Stonington. The farm is a place of high energy,
with numerous manifestations, mostly positive but all
Pomfret's "Village of Voices"
Since at least the time of the American Revolution, the
Welsh-emigre settlement known as "Bara Hack" has been
the site of paranormal goings on. Abandoned and
overgrown since the last century, Bara-Hack became known
locally as the "Village of Voices" because one could clearly
hear the sounds of another era at various times of the day
or night. In this photo, Paul Eno's 1971 investigation captured
what appears to be the figure of a reclining infant on a
tree limb. Years later, Paul was amazed to find an early
19th century reference to just such an apparition at this site.
The poltergeist that affected a whole neighborhood
Check out the spectral face (inside the box) that appeared
in the boarded-up window of this shack during the
Bristol, Conn., poltergeist haunting of 1975. Paul says that
the window was boarded up and had no glass. The entity
affected at least four nearby homes. Workers tearing down
this shack refused to continue when the foreman felt
cold hands around his neck. Paul notes that this was the
case in which he first began to suspect that paranormal
phenomena can affect not just a single home, but a large
part of the surrounding area.
A transparent entity seems to be forming at left in the yard
of this troubled home in Bristol during Paul's 1975 case.
This is the house next to the shed pictured above.