“One of the strangest, most baffling cases in UFO folklore is the story of one Private First Class Gerry Irwin. On March 2, 1959, he awoke in a Cedar City Hospital, and was completely unaware of how he got there. Irwin had been unconscious for twenty-three hours, and during that time was mumbling something about a “jacket on the bush.” As he regained consciousness, the first thing he said was “Were there any survivors?” The strange tale of Gerry Irwin came to my attention from the notes of James Lorenzen, who is the esteemed director of the APRO group. The facts will leave one puzzled, and if there was any type of investigation by the Armed Forces, those details remain hidden to this day…”
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We will do our own research into this case but if you have any good info on it, we would love to hear more about it? Southern Utah has a plethora of past events regarding the UFO Phenomenon but much of it has been lost to time. We aim to re-examine this neglected history including discussions about current affairs. At Anomaly Conservatory, we call it UFO Folklore because there is no way to substantiate many of the stories but that doesn’t mean they didn’t happen! There are things in the world that are stranger than fiction. Unlike skeptics and hardcore scientists – we don’t scoff or ridicule people who have stories or experiences to share. We are voice for those experiencers and witnesses and not a hurdle. – Nate Cowlishaw
Agent Norman investigates inside the triangle of the alleged Garrison, UT UFO crash site of 1953. This triangle is located east of the DRES facility operated by the United States Forest Service in the Pine Valley Hardpan. The triangle portion is visible in satellite imagery and has been determined to be an unnatural anomaly by geologists. The story from 1953 states that a bar shaped UFO crashed here and was so large that the military was unable to move or relocate it. So they buried it. Norman’s findings are consistent with large swaths of the debris field not compacted at all compared to the rest of the Hardpan.
The founders of the Utah UFO Fest visited the 1953 UFO Crash Site near Garrison, Utah over the last two days and this is their findings being revealed in a very kid friendly way! Photo by Joseph Cowlishaw
In an 18 minute interview, Iron County resident, Frank Mysliwiec, shares a few of his amazing eyewitness accounts of Unidentified Flying Objects in the skies over Southern Utah and what he has observed traveling between Evanston, Wyoming and Cedar City. Frank happens is the General of the Wyoming State Militia and keeps vigilant watch over the skies at night and is much more aware of what’s going on than the average citizen.
Joe and Nathan Cowlishaw are headed to Rachel, Nevada to put a video together for an upcoming Kickstarter for an epic trip around the Desert Southwest. We also believe that we aren’t alone in the Universe! Please tag your images with #UtahUFOFest if you come across anything interesting! ;)
I’ve been researching a UFO crash site that allegedly happened near the small town of Garrison Utah. While digging around on the net for evidence, it’s hard to find a lot of info on the incident. As we seek the truth to our reality and existence, it’s good to keep an open mind and investigate any sort questionable historical event whether it be a rumor or a deeply buried secret. I think a lot of it has to rely on a hunch or intuition, if you have it. Trust your gut on these things because it is always good to keep your eyes peeled for clues. As citizen journalists, we need to tell stories and decimate interesting leads that may lead to further discovery.
There’s more information on the Utah Crash Site of 1953 (in Southwestern Utah) from a few sources:
1.) UFO Hunters of Utah: www.aliendave.com/UFOcrash_Utah1953.html
2.) Earth Files by NBC Investigative Journalist: Linda Lowe (requires subscription): earthfiles.com/