Buckeye ranch, home of numerous paranormal reports, put on market
PHOENIX — Ever wanted to have a close encounter? You might get the chance at your very own ranch in Buckeye, where paranormal events have been reported.
The ranch, located near Tuthill and Ray roads, was listed earlier this month for $5 million.
John Edmonds, who owns Stardust Ranch, told realtor.com there are two portals on the property that lead to another dimension.
He claimed to have killed 18 aliens on it with a samurai sword — a prize he proudly displays in his living room. He said he and his wife, Joyce, experienced “unexplained bruising” and “syringe-like punctures” on their bodies.
At one point, the woman also claimed she was attacked in the master bedroom.
The couple claimed the family’s dog died after helping attack an alien on another occasion.
The couple truly believes in their alien visitors.
So much so, Edmonds submitted a sample of alien tissue to a biophysicist and crop circle researcher for further evaluation. Edmonds said the sample was “unlike anything found on this planet” and could be linked to other alien samples.
The couple also said the new owners should not be shocked if a machete-wielding man shows up on the doorstep to protect them against monsters.
The ranch sits on a 10-acre lot and perks include a pool, RV hookups and a private well. The property features four horse corrals, a pole barn, arena, tack room, kennel and commercial-sized hay barn.
The 3,500-square-foot house has five bedrooms and four baths.
Stardust has been featured on Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” and several paranormal and alien websites.
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