A man from Arizona is selling his $5 million ranch because he insists aliens continue to attempt abductions on him and his wife.
John Edmonds has owned Stardust Ranch (about an hour west of Phoenix by car) for about 22 years, since 1995.
His home is over 3,500 square feet, with 5 bedrooms, and 4 bathrooms. But now he is selling it, openly advertising that there has been continuous, violent harassment from extraterrestrials for several years, and failed attempts to kidnap his wife.
The property listing openly reads:
“The current owners purchased the property 20 years ago to run a horse rescue. Over the years, they have experienced a series of strange events that continue to this day.”
The man took this photo, claiming that he had killed over a dozen aliens and he slayed this one on March 13, 2017.
According to International Business Times:
Several Facebook posts from Edmonds show what he claims to be the aftermath of several attempted alien attacks.
“Wounds from recent attack here at Stardust Ranch upper right calf from battle with malevolent ET,” he captions one picture. He notes on a photo posted the same day, “this is why I want to move!” He has also claimed that a paranormal “portal” exists on his property that operates as a door for alien life. Edmonds told local news outlets he’s “fed up” with the alien attacks and is looking to sell the property.
Among Edmonds’ extraterrestrial tales are several anecdotes about aliens physically attempting to capture he and his wife. “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,” he writes.
His ranch was featured on a Travel Channel episode of “Ghost Adventures,” bearing the nickname “Alien Ranch.”
A local realtor, Kimberly Gero, of West USA Realty said:
There are thousands of people, both nationally and internationally, who follow the owner online and have strong beliefs about aliens and the paranormal. Reaching these people online to generate a buzz about the property has been my number one marketing strategy. This isn’t the type of property that you can just place in the MLS and wait for a buyer to come along.
That means they are definitely trying to sell the property with the primary attraction being the story about aliens. Could that lead people to conclude that this is a stunt to generate an interest in selling their ranch?
It certainly could be true, and this type of thing absolutely could be real, but there are a few preliminary questions that need to be asked. If he claims the dried blood is from a grey alien, why doesn’t someone perform tests on the blood? How about a DNA test?
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