Category Archives: SLV

Locations of Unusual/Unexplained Activity in the San Luis Valley Region, CO/NM

Locations of Unusual/Unexplained Activity in the San Luis Valley Region, CO/NM

This is Christopher O’Brien’s map of where you could go when investigating the “mysterious” greater San Luis Valley region. This map is for informational purposes ONLY and some locations have been approximated for your safety. O’Brien cannot & will not be held responsible for what happens to you if & when you visit any of these sites. You must obey all laws and posted signs and (most especially) respect the locals. You are a stranger here, DO NOT trespass on private land, respect the environment and treat this magical locale and its residents with the utmost care and respect, please. If you plan to explore the border regions indicated in purple, you would be well advised to contact me before mounting any expeditions to these two regions!

SLV Event Location Map


 

Bigfoot Reports from Central Southern CO/Northern NM: Excerpt from Wood Knocks Vol II

[Last month saw the release of David Weatherly’s Wood Knocks: Journal of Sasquatch Research Vol II which features chapters by Weatherly, Loren Coleman, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Eric Altman, Dave Spinks, Richard Freeman and Jeff Stewart. I also contributed a chapter that examines south-central CO/north-central NM hairy hominid reports. I recommend the book  highly and urge… Continue Reading

Hot Spots: The San Luis Valley, CO/NM

Hot Spots: The San Luis Valley, CO/NM

Our strange planet features a variety of magical locales (such as the San Luis Valley) that have a history of unexplained events—such as bizarre aerial activity, strange phantasmal creatures and other phenomena—centered around specific locations. East, west, north or south, it doesn’t matter where you travel on this blue globe hanging in space, there will… Continue Reading

The NORAD Event and The Gallop Incident: Was There a Connection?

The following is a comparison between the San Luis Valley NORAD Event of January 12, 1994, and New Mexico’s Gallup Incident, January 12, 1983. Little-known outside of the Four-Corners region, both events may be two of the most important ufological events ever reported. The following is a comparison and analysis of the two events. One… Continue Reading