The book is about a farm in Utah which a family moved to because they wanted to get away from small town gossip. They lived there for around 6 months to a year before anything started to happen. They started experiencing very weird phenomena. The usual stuff though, all in one place. Orbs, Bigfoot appearances, strange other wordly animals, UFO's, etc. The owner got fed up with it after 14 of his prized bulls were mutilated. NIDS, the National Institute for Discovery Science heard about his plight and offered to buy the farm to study it. This is book is the story of the owner of Skinwalker Ranch and his experiences before the NIDS team came on the property, and then the 10 years of research described by two of the NIDS team scientists. Keep in mind that these are Physicists, with PHDs out on this ranch trying to get scientifically proven paranormal evidence. Of course, it didn't really amount to much except this excellent book.
I do not think that eye witnesses make this stuff up, or that they are hallucinating. The end of the book explains their hypothesis of what might be going on at the ranch and it's fascinating. Like I said, I have an all new idea of what paranormal is. We can't look at anything in this world as black and white, it's either real or its not. That is simply not true. What people see is something they see and people like the owners of this ranch had no reason to make any of it up. They were traumatized by it. They lost money from it. THey had to move twice to get away from it.
It's a wonderful read, and just utterly fascinating. There are a lot of websites with snipets of the story, which is how I came upon it. Just do a google for NIDS or Skinwalker Ranch and you'll find all kinds of info about it.
That's sad. Sounds like you just hate logic and reality. I'll have to look into this series of events though.