Strange, mysterious, unexplained real ghost stories, beings from other dimensions WITNESSED by US BORDER PATROL. Rocky Elmore, Author of “OUT ON FOOT” a US Boarder Patrol Agent shares his ghostly bizarre encounters along with other agents who have witnessed ghosts to monsters.
Host ~ Norene Sampiere Balovich
Guest – Rocky Elmore, Border Patrol Agent, Author
Rocky Elmore is a retired United States Border Patrol Agent. Rocky was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. After engaging in a full career, in the private sector, he joined the Border Patrol at thirty four years of age. During his twenty years of service in the Border Patrol, Rocky was assigned to stations in San Diego, Ca., Kingsville, TX., and Tucson, AZ. At the age of 54, he became a first time father. At which time, he decided to retire from duty in the Border Patrol and embark on his next adventure, as an author.
When Rocky Elmore joined the United States Border Patrol, he knew it would be a journey fraught with danger. But little did he know that the very real trails he walked night after night would soon lead him into surreal encounters from a different dimension. This was never more evident than when the ghost of a recently fallen fellow agent began to appear on top of the cliff from which he died. It marked the beginning of the end to one of the most bizarre series of events in the history of the U.S. Border Patrol. This collection of true stories provides a rare look into law enforcement that includes not only the routine nightly patrols of the USBP but also actual paranormal activity as it happened to the agents in the field. Readers will go on nightly patrols with the agents of the Brown Field Border Patrol Station, and will face their worst fears as they come face to face with smugglers, mountain lions, ghosts, and even a Sasquatch in this isolated no-man’s land. OUT ON FOOT takes place in the mysterious Otay Mountains just east of San Diego, California. It is an emotional roller coaster ride that is not for the faint of heart.
Categorised in: Paranormal