Don’t Go In Room 119
The following is an excerpt from Alien Contact.
While out at the Bradshaw Ranch a large group of us stood beside the property fence talking. Before long, one couple broke off from the group and pulled me to the side with them. We walked down the fence line a bit so they could talk with me in private.
They informed me of their plans to return to the ranch later that evening after the tour was over, and that coming out with us was really about showing them how to get there. I asked them that if anything were to happen, they contact me. I also wanted to see their photos, in case anything was to appear in them.
Before we rejoined the group, the husband snapped a photo of a corner where two fences met. In that photo was a silhouette of a man invisible to the human eye. He was on the other side of the fence and appeared to have a cigarette or toothpick in his mouth.
This reminded me of a photograph taken in that same location back in the 1990s by Linda Bradshaw and Tom Dongo. In their photo, a humanoid figure was also leaning against the fence, but his face looked flat and he had large yellow eyes. Linda’s dog was laying in the foreground not far from this guy and could be seen in the photo. As bizarre as this sounds, this was nothing compared to what happened later that night.
We drove back to the store after the tour and said our goodbyes. A few days later, I received an email from the couple who intended to return to the ranch.
While standing not far from where they took the photo of the invisible guy earlier that night, the wife suddenly felt all of her hair stand on end. Something or someone was right behind her. She told her husband that they needed to leave immediately.
As they began walking back to their vehicle, they felt someone following them. Fear began to sink in and they quickened their pace. Out of nowhere, they estimated a dozen coyotes only a few yards behind them, forcing them into a full-on sprint back to their vehicle.
They also said the coyotes were so close, they could hear them breathing at their feet, but when they turned to look, they didn’t see anything. This freaked them out even more and made them run even faster. They made it back to the truck in one piece and raced back to the hotel. It was then 1:30 AM.
At 3:00 AM, the walls of their hotel room began shaking violently, lasting more than 10-minutes. At first, they suspected someone next door banging on the wall. However, they heard no one talking, which was unusual because for the whole week they heard conversions on both sides of their room. The walls seemed surprisingly thin, so this did not make sense.
The next strange thing happened the following day, this time around 5:00 AM. From the same hotel room, they heard a loud humming sound throughout their room for almost 30-minutes. It was strange because when they walked outside no humming sound was heard. As soon, as they walked back into their room it was loud again. They suspected that it was a washing machine or something. However, when they checked the laundry room was on the other side of the hotel and the sound was only in their room. Before leaving, they asked about complaints from other tenants, but nobody else complained of hearing that noise or similar noises either night.
When I contacted their hotel to see if room 119 had a history of poltergeist or other paranormal activity, they said that their purple property didn’t, but the hotel next door used to. Because the attendant hadn’t heard of any recent activity, she believed it must have been some time ago since the last haunting.
I then went next door to the hotel and inquired about it and the clerk said in the last two and a half years, she’d not heard of anything happening. She added, that it was possible that prior to that there was activity in one or more of their rooms. When I asked specifically about room 119 and on the date of this couple’s stay, she said again that she didn’t know of anything related to that room.
This was not the only time tour guests had a visit following a trip out to the Bradshaw place, leaving us wondering if the experiences in this hotel room were related to something unique to the Kings Ransom Hotel or did someone or something follow them back to their hotel room? And if so, why?
Here again were the mysterious coyotes. I have no idea what this couple did while at the ranch that obviously angered someone there. Even to the point of chasing them out of the area and then keeping them awake for two nights!
In Case #15, I revealed my own disrespectful attitude and how that seemed to be connected to the coyotes. In the moment I sincerely apologized, they fell silent and didn’t bother us.
Even earlier, in case #7, two men were visited after they returned to their hotel. The man who warranted the visit could have had a disrespectful attitude while at the ranch. This could have then prompted whoever may be protecting the ranch to then follow them home.
I use the word “protecting” because I’ve heard from other tour guests that they sense a large ship in the area which is responsible for protecting whatever is of significance there. Tom Dongo even gave ample warning to the would-be burglar, warning that the ranch is protected.
Both Linda Ball (aka Linda Bradshaw) and Tom Dongo have written extensively about the utterly bizarre and unbelievable activities in and around Linda’s old home. Their books have amazing photos and detailed documentation of these events, and several TV shows have even filmed on location and aired unexplainable sightings. If you’re having a difficult time believing the events I am describing, I highly recommend their books, which can be found at the end of this book.