Invasion on Chestnut Ridge

Synopsis: The incredible story of one of the more bizarre places in America, and the unusual activity that has taken place there for decades.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Seth Breedlove
 
IMDB:
5.4
Year:
2017
60 min
6 Views

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[Narrator] There are

places in the world where the

boundary between the known

and unknown is very thin.

Places whose natural and

wild beauty hide secrets

too incredible to be believed,

until those secrets begin

to reveal themselves.

When that happens, people

react in wonder, curiosity,

and sometimes in horror.

Humanity often

commemorates these places

by creating monuments

such as Stonehenge.

Scholars suggest that it

was a place from which

to observe the heavens,

a place of burial,

a place of either human

sacrifice or healing.

The Nazca Lines, etched into

the earth of Southern Peru

carry the qualities

of sacred symbolism.

The dessert southwest has kept

its own disturbing secrets

from the alleged crashes

of craft from other worlds,

to the all-too-real

testing of atomic weaponry.

Then there's the

Bermuda Triangle,

a region of the Atlantic Ocean

in which hundreds of ships

and approximately 75 planes

have simply gone missing,

along with passengers and crew.

Both scientific and supernatural

causes have been proposed

for these catastrophes, but

theories do little to ease

the pain of those who lost

loved ones in the Triangle.

There are places in the

world whose mysteries call us

to come and see for ourselves,

whatever the human

toll might be.

Places like the Chestnut Ridge.

The Chestnut Ridge, located

in Southwestern Pennsylvania,

lies on the western edge of

the Appalachian Mountain range.

The Ridge rises in

Southern Indiana County,

and rolls to the southwest by

way of towns like Blairsville,

Derry, Latrobe, Connellsville,

Mount Pleasant and Uniontown,

all the way into West

Virginia where it gradually

comes to rest near Morgantown.

Villages along the Ridge were

founded as far back as 1770.

The rich limestone clay

soil rewarded the efforts

of early farmers and soon

the communities could support

iron furnaces, whisky

distilleries and general stores.

One family, by the last name

of Keck, settled in the area

to bottle and sell spring

water and soft drinks.

They had no way of knowing

that their town, Kecksburg,

would one day become world-famous,

but not for ginger ale.

Then I was 16-years-old

when the incident happened

near Kecksburg, Pennsylvania.

Then I got involved with that,

that evening as it's

breaking on the news,

and I've been out in the

field ever since that time

investigating UFOs and

cryptids and other phenomena

hear in Pennsylvania.

Kecksburg, Pennsylvania's a

small rural community in Mount

Pleasant township in Westmoreland

County, Pennsylvania,

approximately 40 miles

southeast of Pittsburgh.

[Narrator] Like many

of the small towns

in Westmoreland County,

Keckburg sits within the

shadow of the Chestnut Ridge.

The Ridge is dotted end to

end with these tiny villages,

many of them founded

well over a century ago.

Each of them bears their own

strange history of sightings

and encounters with

things not of this world.

Many wonder what it is about

this particular stretch of land

that beckons such mysteries.

For decades, researchers of

the strange and unknown have

journeyed back to the Chestnut

Ridge in search of answers.

Their quest isn't solely

confined to present day.

For over a century, mysterious

circumstances have shrouded

the Ridge in a fog of unease.

I've been involved in the

paranormal since I've been about

10-years-old and then I

got into the field in 1997

investigating cases.

My main base of operation

in Pennsylvania is the

southwestern part of the state,

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