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James Trey Hudson

Director of Oxford Paranormal Society & ASOG | Former Army Intelligence Officer | US Government Security Specialist

Session Topic

The Meadow Project: Explorations into the South’s Own Skinwalker Ranch

There are several epicenters of such strangeness that have been ingrained into our collective consciousness over the decades: the Hessdalen Valley in Norway, Japan’s Aokigahara Forest, the Mesa Verde dwellings in New Mexico and of course the legendary Skinwalker Ranch.  We will discuss the in-depth research into another such location located in the South.  This remote site, known among select researchers simply as the “Meadow” is the location of many astounding events.  It has been compared to Skinwalker Ranch itself with its own reports of UFOs, cryptid beasts, portals, missing time, crop circle like formations, (wo)men in black, orbs, strange beams of light, mysterious beings and many other oddities.  Finally, after several years, all the research and field notes concerning the Meadow are ready to be released to the public.  It is an amazing story that does not belong to any one person or group, it is rather the world’s story and should be told.

Speaker Bio

Trey Hudson is the Director of the Oxford Paranormal Society and its Anomalous Studies and Observation Group (ASOG).  He is an Eagle Scout and former Army Intelligence Officer.  He has a psychology degree from the University of West Georgia where he studied under the likes of Dr. Bill Roll and other luminaries.  He has a 30 plus year career as a US government Security Specialist specializing in security of sensitive assets, anti-terrorism, security of WMD, emergency management and other specialties.  He also served a tour in Afghanistan in this capacity.  He lives in the Southern US and has a wife and two adult daughters.