What Really Happened at the Courtright Reservoir Campground on October, 11th 2002? This Witness Swears it involved Extraterrestrials!
Friday, August 12th, 2016 at 9 pm EDT, the spirited and jocular Heidi Hollis of the Heidi Hollis – The Outlander invites California native Ken Mathis to recount the chilling extraterrestrial events that unfolded on October, 11th 2002 at the Courtright Reservoir Campground in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This true story is featured in the film Ten Eleven O Two.
Kenneth Anthony Mathis is a California native who has been drawn to the outdoors since childhood. As a Father, he continues to enjoy his passion of the outdoors with his son. Ken holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and minor in Accounting and Recreation Administration from California State University.
Over the weekend of October 11, 2002, Ken has alleged to have witnessed an extraterrestrial on a camping trip in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Ken was accompanied by friends at the time of this encounter and they continue to vehemently defend their experience over that two day period.
A Modern-Day Campfire Story Takes an Unexpected Turn in “Ten Eleven O Two”
“Ten Eleven O Two” tells a story of a modern-day campfire story of alien abduction that occurred on October 11th, 2002 in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. This story is based on the true life events of Ken Mathis and Adolph Santistevan. – tenelevenotwo.com
What is Special about Courtright Reservoir?
Courtright Reservoir is located in one of the most superb geological areas of California. Bare granite domes rise from the shores of Courthright Reservoir and above the deep canyon cut by Helms Creek located at the north end of the lake. Ice Age glaciers sculpted the mountain peaks, slopes and valleys giving them their unique present day shape. To the east Mt. Goddard rises majestically to 13,568 feet in elevation.
Courtright Reservoir was built in 1958 by Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) as a part of the Kings River Project that includes a system of lakes, tunnels, steel penstocks and powerhouses that divert water from the Kings River to produce electricity. In 1984, the Helms Pumped Storage Powerhouse was added which uses water flowing downhill from Courtright to Wishon Reservoir to produce electricity during peak demand times. At night, water is then pumped back uphill to Courtright to be used again during peak demand times. The Helms Powerhouse is unique because it was built in a chamber carved out of solid granite a thousand feet underground at the north end of Wishon Lake. – fs.usda.gov
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