Project Blue Book visits Skinwalker Ranch in S2E7

Spencer Grammer & Jesse Hutch

Cattle mutilations, crop circles, UFOs and disembodied voices are just some of the bizarre activities that have allegedly occurred at a 512-acre ranch in northeastern Utah dubbed the “Skinwalker Ranch.”  The ‘cursed’ ranch has had several owners and been the subject of books as well as movies.  Now History Channel’s Project Blue Book delves into its mysteries in the March 3rd episode “Curse of the Skinwalker.”

Actor Jesse Hutch has shown up in multiple Project Blue Book trailers/ads as bedeviled rancher Rex Chapman, who is trying to protect his family from some unknown entity. Is the mysterious figure something paranormal, or an alien from outer space?  When the Blue Book team is called in, Hynek and Quinn are determined to solve the mystery.

Jesse posted the below photo of himself, Aidan Gillen and Michael Malarkey, to his Instagram, saying “…I cannot convey enough appreciation toward these two fellas! Both very focused, professional, kind and down to earth gents. They welcomed me well. And set the bar HIGH for every scene. I’m very appreciative to be standing here. @historybluebook Is forever amongst my best experiences on set.” Click on the link for the full text. 

Jesse also did an extensive interview with the MyDevotionalThoughts website.  He spoke extensively about working on the show. Here’s one quote from the article:  We literally one morning rewrote three scenes in a row with the director, the producer, with Aidan Gillen and Michael Malarkey and Spencer Grammer–she played my character’s wife. We all came together on set, and we all had different reasons why the scenes weren’t working for us. They knew that already, and they said, “All right, throw all your ideas on the table.” In fifteen minutes, we literally hashed out and rewrote the whole scene together.

Read the entire interview at:

This episode also stars Paul Almeida (iZombie), Spencer Grammer (Rick and Morty), Christopher Heyerdahl (Van Helsing) and Atlee Smallman.

You can read more about Skinwalker Ranch at And History Channel is starting a new show on the Skinwalker Ranch in March. Details at Another article just popped up at

(2) Comments

  1. Thanks for linking to my site! Much appreciated!

    1. Elyse says:

      You’re welcome. Your interviews are very well-done; appreciate all your hard work.

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