An Arizona man is selling his $5 million ranch because he claims there are continued attempts by aliens to abduct he and his wife from their home.

John Edmonds has been the owner of the Stardust Ranch in Arizona’s Rainbow Valley, around an hour west of Phoenix, since 1995. He claims that there has been continuous paranormal harassment from aliens for years, including repeated failed attempts to kidnap he and his wife, 12 News TV reports.

The five-bedroom, four bath home has more than 3,500 square feet of living space, but that’s not the reason Edmonds and his wife are making the news. Their property listing reads, “The current owners purchased the property 20 years ago to run a horse rescue. Over the years, they have experienced a series of strange events that continue to this day.” Samurai sword Edmonds claims he used to slay aliens.

Among the “strange events” noted by Edmonds, is a photo showing a samurai sword laying in a pool of what appears to be dried blood. Edmonds claims the blood belongs to an alien he killed on March 13, 2017.  Edmonds says he has killed more than a dozen extraterrestrials on his rural Arizona ranch. The "greys," as he refers to the aliens, have repeatedly shown him that they do not come in peace.

Several Facebook posts from Edmonds show what he claims to be the aftermath of several attempted alien attacks. 

"Wounds from recent attack here at Stardust Ranch upper right calf from battle with malevolent ET," he captions one picture. He notes on a photo posted the same day, "this is why I want to move!" He has also claimed that a paranormal "portal" exists on his property that operates as a door for alien life. Edmonds told local news outlets he's "fed up" with the alien attacks and is looking to sell the property.

Among Edmonds’ extraterrestrial tales are several anecdotes about aliens physically attempting to capture he and his wife. “They actually levitated her out of the bed in the master chamber and carried her into the parking lot and tried to draw her up into the craft,” he writes.

The Stardust Ranch, nicknamed the Alien Ranch, was featured on a Travel Channel episode of “Ghost Adventures.”

"There are thousands of people, both nationally and internationally, who follow the owner online and have strong beliefs about aliens and the paranormal. Reaching these people online to generate a buzz about the property has been my number one marketing strategy," Kimberly Gero, of West USA Realty, tells 12 News. "This isn’t the type of property that you can just place in the MLS and wait for a buyer to come along."