Alien ranch is for sale in Arizona and it is out of this world


If you have 5 million dollars and you want to commune with nature and aliens then Stardust Ranch may be the place for you.

“We are not alone in the universe. They have been coming here for a long time.” -Edgar Mitchell

The Truth Is Out There

In October of 2017, long time resident of Buckeye, Arizona, John Edmonds decided to put his Stardust Ranch up for sale. This doesn’t sound like an unusual event. Many owners sell their property at one time or another in their lives.

However, this isn’t your normal situation. Edmonds’ house has been the subject of an episode of Ghost Adventures on the Travel Channel. Apparently, Stardust Ranch has two portals which allow random aliens to come through at inopportune moments.

According to Edmonds in his interview with AZ Family, “We have two alien portals. We have one in the front and one in the back.” This admission sounds disconcerting and in a sense frightening.

The “greys” that come to visit are not like the peaceful Reese’s Pieces eating, ET of Stephen Spielberg’s famous movie. They are quite the opposite and Edmonds has the scars to prove it.

This is a photograph taken by Edmonds and posted to his Facebook as well as appearing in a Vice article on his home. It is a shot of his calf which looks as if something or someone has taken a chunk out of it.

Alien Ranch – John Edmonds war wound – Courtesy of Edmonds Facebook and Vice

Edmonds says that, “The aliens we have run into in the house and on the property are anything but peaceful.” As a matter of fact, he went on to recount that he has killed 19 of the visitors. He dispensed the extraterrestrials with a Samurai sword.

Alien Ranch – Samurai Sword – Courtesy of AZ Family

Fight the Future

According to Vice, Edmonds had admitted that the Extraterrestrial Biological Entities (EBEs) tried to abduct his wife. Apparently, she started to get trapped in their tractor beam when he grabbed an AK-47 with a double banana clip in it to rescue his spouse.

Originally, the ranch was listed at $5 million. According to the most recent update on as of February 2018, the price was changed to $3.9 million. Stardust has 3500 square feet of living space, 5 bedrooms and 4 baths with a pool and a guest house as added bonuses.

I used to live in Arizona for five years. It is a state that is home to several famous UFO sightings. The two Phoenix Lights incidents as well as a recent sighting by two airline pilots which we reported on here at 1428 Elm.

Typically, the Southwest is a hotbed for UFO activity. In addition to sightings around the Phoenix area, there have also been encounters in Sedona which is considered to be a highly spiritual area. Then for the ufologists out there, the Travis Walton abduction took place in Snowflake, Arizona.

Walton was also the subject of a popular film, Fire in the Sky starring D.B. Sweeney, Robert Patrick and James Garner.

Many people believe that the greys gravitate toward this part of the United States because of the connection that the Native Americans feel with the universe. The Hopi tribe believe that they are descendants of the “Star People.”

What If?

It could very well be feasible that somehow or other the Stardust Ranch might have some sort of attraction to the visitors. Edmonds has stated that his home needs to “go to somebody that understands the paranormal. In a way, we’re offering a university… It’s a place for teaching, it’s a place for learning.”

Would you want to live at the Stardust Ranch? Have you seen a UFO? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below. We want to hear from you.

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Susan Leighton can be found on Twitter and Facebook @SusanontheLedge. She can also be heard talking up Ash vs Evil Dead every Monday night on the Nerdrotics Podcast at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT as well as their Pop Culture Wrap Ups every Friday night at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT.