Thomas Winterton, manager of Skinwalker Ranch, took to twitter to share a story he has recounted during various interviews. This time, however, he also shared the security camera footage of what happened. The following are Thomas Winterton’s tweets, in his own words, consolidated, along with the video. They are shared with his permission.
I will share 1 of the 100’s of unexplained events at my home that STARTED (or maybe I just started noticing?) when I began working on #skinwalkerranch. Before I post the video, I’ll share the details that give context to the event.
This took place on Jan 4, 2019. It was close to -11⁰ F and I was returning from the ranch around 8:30 am +/- I parked in the front of my house. The video is me recording the screen of my home surveillance system.
I only have 1 key fav for my car, which I took with me into the house and I set it on my nightstand. About 45 minutes later, my son alerted me that the windows were all down on my car. I went out and tried to roll them up but it wouldn’t without my key fav.
After I rolled them up, I went in and checked my cameras to see how they rolled down. The camera focused on the car went down for a couple of minutes, when it came on, the windows were all down. I have 8 cameras, the only one that went down was the one on the car.
My other cameras show no one went in and out of my house during this time, no one was seen around the exterior of my home before, during, and after the event. The key fav was inside my home the whole time. When you see the video, it was not me that flashes the lights.
The internal logs show no logins or any unusual activity leading up to or during this event.
If this was the only thing strange that had happened, I’d find someway to shrug it off. When added to dozens and dozens of other occurrences, it gets harder to dismiss.
Cameras are all hard wired, but at the time the DVR was connected to the internet so I could see it remotely, so hacking is definitely a possibility.
I can’t help but think there is a logical explanation, I just haven’t discovered what it is. Like I said, this is just an example of many many strange incidents.
Here is the video. The lights flash near the start, the windows go down near the end. pic.twitter.com/8FkfwBA6nA
— Thomas Winterton (@ThomasWinterton) April 11, 2020
Thomas Winterton isn’t the only person to have spent time at the Ranch and then later wonder if he was followed home by poltergeist, or similar activity. Dr. Eric Davis, who was a member of Robert Bigelow’s National Institute for Discovery Science, a group that studied the Ranch, also claims he was followed home, among others.
The documentary style T.V. show, The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch, is currently airing Tuesdays on the History Channel.