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Cattle Mutilations are “still” occurring across the country!

cattle mutilation picture

( Picture courtesy rancher from older mutilation case. )

Investigating Cattle Mutilations or otherwise known as,  Animal Mutilations, can be difficult at times, especially if the ranchers won’t speak with you in detail, or they occur outside of your state. This was the case with four mutilations which occurred this year, one here in Colorado, and three in other states. The picture above is similar to what all four animal mutilations looked like; all four lying on their left side, all four having similar facial damage on the right side of the head, and all four completely drained of blood.

In the case of the three ranchers, (one of them having two mutilations), one decided not to speak with me in detail, and the other two wouldn’t give me permission to post their information in detail and pictures on my website. Why? Well one of two answers could be the cause; “The Giggle Factor” or the “Fear Factor”.

  • The Giggle Factor is when a rancher is made fun of or ridiculed by the media and/or by people who have no ranching experience. Generally people within or outside the media who can’t deal with a situation they can’t fully understand or explain, sometimes makes jokes or pokes fun at the ranchers, or people involved. This type of humiliation can effect not only the rancher’s business, but also relationships inside and outside their family.
  • The Fear Factor is when the rancher is concerned the outcome of speaking with an investigator or media, could cause future harm to their animals or even their family. Since they have no idea who the responsible party is and have never experienced an animal death like this before, they are simply afraid to speak to anyone.

I’ve had cases in which members of the rancher’s family are now afraid to go outside at night in areas where the mutilations have occurred.

Now since I won’t give details about the last four mutilations I’ve investigated, I will share some basic information while stepping, but not crossing over, the proverbial line of trust between me and these three ranchers.

New Policy: From this point on, any future Animal Mutilation investigation I invest my personal time in, the rancher will be informed their investigation will be posted on this website. Obviously I will redact any personal information and location at the rancher’s request, but their mutilation case will be posted.

(If they still want my help.)

It’s important for me to know about these mutilation cases and it’s important for me to try and help the ranchers involved; but it’s also equally important for me to release this information on my website to inform other ranchers and also create public awareness about this strange phenomenon.

I charge no fees for any type of investigation I do, or any personal time involved.

July 13th, 2016 Northwest Colorado, the rancher found an adult Black Angus female estimated four years old, weighing 1000 pounds, lying dead on her left side. The right side of her head was stripped of flesh from just beneath the eye down to the lower jaw bone. The tongue was cut out and no signs of bleeding-out were noticed. There were no signs of cause of death, and no signs the animal struggled to survive. It appeared the animal was just placed there.

I was able to acquire basic information about this animal, before the rancher stopped all correspondence with me. Possibly the  “Giggle Factor” or the “Fear Factor” was the reason?

September 1st, 2016, I was contacted by a rancher in Nevada who lost two animals under previous similar circumstances.

Animal 1 August 25th: A five year old female Beefmaster approximately 1100 pounds was found lying on her left side with severe cutting on her right facial side, missing tongue, and anal area cored out. There were no signs of cause of death, there was no blood pooling around the animal, and no signs the animal struggled to survive. It appeared the animal was placed at the location it was found.

Animal 2 August 31st: A 16 month old Beefmaster Bull approximately 1000 pounds was found lying on his left side with similar damage compared to the previous mutilation. Severe precise cutting on the right facial side, tongue missing, but also perfect cookie cutter incisions in the scrotum area.

No signs of either human or animal predator evidence was seen nearby both animal’s location.

Interesting Notes: Both animals were found by a water source, one by a stream and the other near a water trough. The week of August 25th, strange balls of light were seen 15 miles North of the ranch. A group of four balls of light were spotted flying in a straight line formation traveling towards the East. One year prior in 2015 in the late fall, a large ball of light was seen by the rancher hovering over one of their fields. The sighting lasted 6 to 7 minutes when the single ball of light split into multiple balls of lights, and shot off in the night sky, towards the West.

September 28th, 2016: I was contacted by a rancher located in Wisconsin about a strange animal death on their property. The rancher found one of their cows, a four year old, 1100 pound female Holstein lying dead on her left side. Once again compared to the other previous noted rancher’s animals, this one had similar facial lacerations on the right side from just below the eye, clean-cut down to the lower jaw line. The tongue was missing and there was no signs of cause of death or large amounts of blood pooling nearby. This animal was facing towards the West and showed no signs of struggle and appeared to have been placed at that location. No scuff marks, no kicking, no signs of bullet holes, claw marks, nor even cow footprints leading up to the carcass at that location. The rancher also had turned the animal over for inspection, but no other damage was noticed on the opposite side.

Summary:

Four animals were found mutilated within a three month period in three different states, all exhibiting the same type of facial lacerations and missing tongues. All four animals were found lying on their left side, and all four animals were facing in an Eastern/Western or Western/Eastern, direction.

All four animals were within a 1000 pound weight, with no signs of bleeding, no signs of struggling, and no signs of cause of death. An average size cow will have around 10 to 14 gallons of blood based on 8% of their body weight, so any type of out-bleeding caused by a wound, would be highly noticeable. Previous cases have shown the animal’s blood had been removed before the incisions were made. Also, all mutilation cases appear to show the animals were taken from their grazing location A, to a location B where blood was removed and incisions were made, then brought to location C, which is near the vicinity of location A.

Strange balls of lights were seen at one ranch location, but not at the other two. No helicopters were seen before or after the mutilations, and no unusual ground anomalies were noticed.

One ranch had experienced a similar mutilation years before, but couldn’t give any details. Another rancher had heard about a similar mutilation in their area years before, but couldn’t give details.

Conclusion? The Mutilation phenomenon has been going since the first one was recorded in the late 1800s, and it hasn’t stopped! In the US since the 1967 Snippy the Horse case, over 10,000 cases (plus these new ones) have been recorded. Out of the 10,000 cases in which law enforcement has investigated, no human evidence has ever been found, no animal cause of death has been ever been found, which means no-one has ever been tried and convicted for these types of animal deaths. Numerous rewards have been placed by ranchers, ranch associations and even animal protective organizations, yet no one has ever collected the reward for finding the culprit.

This is the largest Animal Cruelty Cold Case if not in the United States, but the World!

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Worldwide Disappearance of Livestock and Animal Mutilations

Linda Moulton Howe reports on UFO sightings and a massive worldwide wave of animal mutilations, disappearing cattle, including housecat across the United States and large-animal from six countries.

Not known to many but behind the scenes, animal mutilations took place in at least six countries, including a wave of feline in the United States the last month.

500 Cows disappear from Ashburton farm in mid-Canterbury, Nw Zealand and days after a lightning strike claimed the lives of 323 reindeer in southern Norway, another strike killed 19 cows in east Texas.

Take for example the recent media reports, about 323 reindeer being killed by lightening at a Norwegian national park. Due to an extremely high discharge of electricity from the storm on August 27, 2016 and the interaction of the lightning with the earth and water, has electrocuted the animals, according to officials.

While specifics on the lightning strike are still unknown I do not agree with the official story and think it is a cover-up.

These animals were not killed by lightning but most likely a microwave burst could have caused it. So it is possible that a microwave particle beam weapon was tested and we know that microwaves cook from the inside out, what could be explain why some of the reindeer were missing their heads (heads exploded due to overheating?) and many other reindeer were found with their antlers entangled.

Then if you know that the EU building five new “Haarp” type arrays and all these stations are located in Sweden, Norway and Finland and designed to cross beams to interact with each other.

This new program with 50,000 antennas is called EISCAT 3D — called “5th generation RADAR” and we may wonder whether microwave experiments carried out by EISCAT 3D are the cause of the dead of all these reindeer.

Coming back to Linda Moulton Howe who noticed that at all the time of disappearing cattle or animal mutilations, nobody was observed, nobody was caught, no tracks were found, and there was no trace evidence and while law enforcement officials continue to tell Linda off-the-record that this is being done by “creatures from outer space” it becomes clear that something is going-on.

Although there is no proof that “creatures from space” are the culprit, it is quite possible that space weapons are tested on cattle and as senior researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, who inspected the site, said the reindeer appeared to have died “as if someone just turned off a switch” – a scary thought nonetheless.

 

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Cattle Mutilations; It’s always been about the blood!

Trinidad cattle mutilation

When I was researching 19th Century cattle mutilation cases for my previous Alexander Hamilton blog, I came across an article from 1984 Fate Magazine about a UFO sighting and dead cow case from 1896 in Howell, Missouri. The article stated; The family first watched strange lights slowly descend upon their ranch from the night sky, eventually turning into a solid craft. The craft then hovered over their barn and pasture area where the cows were kept. The family ran into the house extremely frightened, and the youngest daughter exclaimed in the article, “This was the longest night of their lives. “

The next day when checking the herd, three cows were found dead. After the father examined the carcasses, he saw they were completely void of blood. Upon further examination he found puncture wounds on all three. There was no mention in the article the animals had any other type of external damage like we see in today’s mutilations.

Were the puncture marks created to extract all the blood from the animals? An average cow weighing from 900 to 1100 pounds has 4.5 gallons of blood, so roughly over 13 gallons of blood were taken from those animals.

Over the years of my research and personal field investigations of animal mutilations, there’s been one dominating factor in all cases, total lack of blood. The surgical cut wounds found on the animals have been all over the animal’s carcasses, and in some cases, complete destruction of the animal occurred leaving only an attached head, spine, and legs.

calf mutilation

I’ve also noticed most areas of the surgical cuts have been in locations where animal glands are present. Around the mouth, the anal area, the sex organ area, the milk sack area, so one would think, ah ha! The interest is with the glands, which hasn’t been totally ruled out yet.

gland cattle mutilation

But what if it’s all a ruse? A diversionary tactic? Stay with me on this…

Throughout the years most veterinarians who looked at animal mute cases state that the surgical-like cuts could be done by scavengers, some veterinarians disagree, stating the cuts are too precise for animals to do, so it must be human involvement. All the mutilation cases investigated by law enforcement have found no evidence of a predator killing the animal, so they classify these cases as Animal Cruelty which can only be done by humans.

The mystery has always been the death of the animal, contradiction mostly arises in the cuts or lesions. Regardless, animals are being killed and there’s never any evidence to whom is responsible and how they are doing it.

What if?

What if the perpetrator is not interested in animal parts at all, but only the blood?

What if the unusual damage to the animal is a diversionary attempt to throw off the ranchers, veterinarians, and law enforcement?

This is starting to make some sense.

First, the unknown perpetrator picks up the animal from a grazing area, takes it to a second undisclosed location and drains the blood and performs the surgical-like incisions, then brings back the animal near the original area it was taken from. Why?

Why is the animal always brought back? Why not keep the carcass or discard it elsewhere? These are questions I’m always asked. The Alexander Hamilton case had me thinking about this. His case stated animal parts were found 3 miles away in another rancher’s field. That’s not the normal modus operandi of animal mutilations.

The unknown perpetrator could be bringing the animal back for two reasons:

  1. If an animal or animals are missing from the herd, the rancher will search for them. If the rancher can’t find the animals on his property, then the search widens to adjoining properties. If the animals still can’t be found, then the possibility of poaching is a concern, and local law enforcement is summoned. If other nearby ranches also report missing animals, then law enforcement goes into extreme action. Local Law Enforcement will increase their investigations by re-deploying officers in specific areas where animals were lost, they’ll run random stake-outs, and perform multiple follow-ups; In other words, become quite noticeable in the areas of the missing animals. This would be a major concern for the perpetrators considering future mutilations.

If you follow my investigation reports, then you’ll know the same ranchers generally get hit multiple times.

  1. Now if the animal or animals are returned to the general area where they were picked up, and this is always the case, then there would be no missing animals. If the animals were returned with unusual cuts let’s say, trying to mimic scavenger damage, then hopefully the rancher would write off the death as a natural occurrence. Which I learned has been the case for previous animal deaths on ranches after interviewing the ranchers themselves.

Where the perpetrators fail with this tactic.

  1. Some of the unusual cuts and surgical-like incisions on the animal are not similar to natural scavenger damage and way out in left field in some cases and just don’t make sense.
  2. Some animals are dropped or placed from great heights leaving internal skeletal compound fractures which cannot be explained unless the predator or scavenger is a “Fricken” T-Rex! Which leaves a scary unknown; Who is doing this and why?
  3. Some animals are laying in a round ground depression anywhere from 16 to 22 feet in diameter. When the soil is analyzed, the nutrients or the CEC’s were different compared to the test soil sample. The soil is less soluble near the animal then away from it. Also, some mutilation cases unusual ground anomalies have been found nearby.

So, are other types of animals being mutilated as a diversionary tactic to take the focus off of cows? Or are other types of animal’s blood also important to the perpetrator.

Besides cows; horses, dogs, sheep, goats, coyotes and rabbits have been reported in similar mutilated cases. Native Americans also have stories from their ancestors talking about strange deaths seen with wolves and buffalo, so this is not a new phenomenon by any means.

The dominating factor in any mutilation case is always the lack of blood. So what is so important about blood, let’s say cow blood? What could bovine hemoglobin or bovine serum be used for? Here are some examples of what cow blood is being used for:

June 6th, 1989: Bovine serum albumin (BSA) can replace patient serum as a protein source in an in vitro fertilization (IVF) program.
(excerpts from paper) Benadiva CA, Kuczynski-Brown B, Maguire TG, Mastoianni L Jr, Flickinger GL
Alternate protein sources have been suggested to replace the commonly used cord or patient serum for in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. During an 11-month period 127 patients treated for in vitro fertilization had either their serum (N = 71) or bovine serum albumin (BSA; N = 56) used as the protein source in the insemination and growth media.

May 22nd, 1998: Blood Substitute Could Save Lives.
(excerpts from DOD News) By Douglas J. Gillert American Forces Press Service
Imagine a soldier shot in the stomach, blood streaming from his torn gut. Can medics get him to a field hospital for a transfusion in time to save him? Perhaps. Probably not. Approved trials under way at Brooke Army Medical Center here and 10 other non-DoD laboratories could greatly decrease deaths from such catastrophic blood loss. Chief of trauma services, Army Dr. (Maj.) Stephen Flaherty, oversees a protocol that converts cow blood for human use. The end product is a purified blood substitute called Biopure.

April 19th, 2001: Blood product from cattle wins approval for use in humans.
(excerpts from article) By Corie Lok, Nature.com
An animal-derived blood substitute has been approved for use in humans in South Africa. Hemopure, an oxygen-carrying compound derived from bovine hemoglobin, has been given the go-ahead for treating acute anemia and for use during surgery.

If you don’t think our government doesn’t experiment on US citizens, then read this one!

December 15th, 2006: U.S. Navy backs plan for blood substitute.
(excerpts from article Associated Press)
Washington – A blood substitute the military wants to test on civilian trauma victims is urgently needed to save lives on the battlefield in places like Iraq, a Navy official told federal advisers Thursday. The Navy wants to test the product, derived from cow blood, on about 1,100 trauma victims in emergency situations. It proposes doing so without obtaining the customary informed consent of the patients in advance. The substitute blood, called Hemopure, would be given on the way to the hospital to patients ages 18 to 69 who have lost dangerous amounts of blood.

May 4th, 2011: Cow’s blood saves life of crash victim in world’s first procedure.
(excerpts from article) By David Gardner for MailOnLine
Doctors have saved the life of a woman car crash victim with the first ever use of cow’s blood. Tamara Coakley’s life was saved after a synthetic blood was created using cow plasma and then transfused into her; Tamara Coakley, 33, rejected a life-saving conventional blood transfusion because of her Jehovah’s Witness faith despite being close to death.

Summary: So Bovine Hemoglobin can definitely be used for humans, and in some cases like mentioned above, maybe without our consent. So who or whom is using animal mutilation blood and what for? Some researchers say Aliens are using it for food and some say for hybrid generation, but the bottom line is; The denominating factor in all mutilation cases is always the lack of blood.

Now we need to learn why, and who’s doing this!

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Cattle Mutilations; It’s always been about the blood!

Trinidad cattle mutilation

When I was researching 19th Century cattle mutilation cases for my previous Alexander Hamilton blog, I came across an article from 1984 Fate Magazine about a UFO sighting and dead cow case from 1896 in Howell, Missouri. The article stated; The family first watched strange lights slowly descend upon their ranch from the night sky, eventually turning into a solid craft. The craft then hovered over their barn and pasture area where the cows were kept. The family ran into the house extremely frightened, and the youngest daughter exclaimed in the article, “This was the longest night of their lives. “

The next day when checking the herd, three cows were found dead. After the father examined the carcasses, he saw they were completely void of blood. Upon further examination he found puncture wounds on all three. There was no mention in the article the animals had any other type of external damage like we see in today’s mutilations.

Were the puncture marks created to extract all the blood from the animals? An average cow weighing from 900 to 1100 pounds has 4.5 gallons of blood, so roughly over 13 gallons of blood were taken from those animals.

Over the years of my research and personal field investigations of animal mutilations, there’s been one dominating factor in all cases, total lack of blood. The surgical cut wounds found on the animals have been all over the animal’s carcasses, and in some cases, complete destruction of the animal occurred leaving only an attached head, spine, and legs.

calf mutilation

I’ve also noticed most areas of the surgical cuts have been in locations where animal glands are present. Around the mouth, the anal area, the sex organ area, the milk sack area, so one would think, ah ha! The interest is with the glands, which hasn’t been totally ruled out yet.

gland cattle mutilation

But what if it’s all a ruse? A diversionary tactic? Stay with me on this…

Throughout the years most veterinarians who looked at animal mute cases state that the surgical-like cuts could be done by scavengers, some veterinarians disagree, stating the cuts are too precise for animals to do, so it must be human involvement. All the mutilation cases investigated by law enforcement have found no evidence of a predator killing the animal, so they classify these cases as Animal Cruelty which can only be done by humans.

The mystery has always been the death of the animal, contradiction mostly arises in the cuts or lesions. Regardless, animals are being killed and there’s never any evidence to whom is responsible and how they are doing it.

What if?

What if the perpetrator is not interested in animal parts at all, but only the blood?

What if the unusual damage to the animal is a diversionary attempt to throw off the ranchers, veterinarians, and law enforcement?

This is starting to make some sense.

First, the unknown perpetrator picks up the animal from a grazing area, takes it to a second undisclosed location and drains the blood and performs the surgical-like incisions, then brings back the animal near the original area it was taken from. Why?

Why is the animal always brought back? Why not keep the carcass or discard it elsewhere? These are questions I’m always asked. The Alexander Hamilton case had me thinking about this. His case stated animal parts were found 3 miles away in another rancher’s field. That’s not the normal modus operandi of animal mutilations.

The unknown perpetrator could be bringing the animal back for two reasons:

  1. If an animal or animals are missing from the herd, the rancher will search for them. If the rancher can’t find the animals on his property, then the search widens to adjoining properties. If the animals still can’t be found, then the possibility of poaching is a concern, and local law enforcement is summoned. If other nearby ranches also report missing animals, then law enforcement goes into extreme action. Local Law Enforcement will increase their investigations by re-deploying officers in specific areas where animals were lost, they’ll run random stake-outs, and perform multiple follow-ups; In other words, become quite noticeable in the areas of the missing animals. This would be a major concern for the perpetrators considering future mutilations.

If you follow my investigation reports, then you’ll know the same ranchers generally get hit multiple times.

  1. Now if the animal or animals are returned to the general area where they were picked up, and this is always the case, then there would be no missing animals. If the animals were returned with unusual cuts let’s say, trying to mimic scavenger damage, then hopefully the rancher would write off the death as a natural occurrence. Which I learned has been the case for previous animal deaths on ranches after interviewing the ranchers themselves.

Where the perpetrators fail with this tactic.

  1. Some of the unusual cuts and surgical-like incisions on the animal are not similar to natural scavenger damage and way out in left field in some cases and just don’t make sense.
  2. Some animals are dropped or placed from great heights leaving internal skeletal compound fractures which cannot be explained unless the predator or scavenger is a “Fricken” T-Rex! Which leaves a scary unknown; Who is doing this and why?
  3. Some animals are laying in a round ground depression anywhere from 16 to 22 feet in diameter. When the soil is analyzed, the nutrients or the CEC’s were different compared to the test soil sample. The soil is less soluble near the animal then away from it. Also, some mutilation cases unusual ground anomalies have been found nearby.

So, are other types of animals being mutilated as a diversionary tactic to take the focus off of cows? Or are other types of animal’s blood also important to the perpetrator.

Besides cows; horses, dogs, sheep, goats, coyotes and rabbits have been reported in similar mutilated cases. Native Americans also have stories from their ancestors talking about strange deaths seen with wolves and buffalo, so this is not a new phenomenon by any means.

The dominating factor in any mutilation case is always the lack of blood. So what is so important about blood, let’s say cow blood? What could bovine hemoglobin or bovine serum be used for? Here are some examples of what cow blood is being used for:

June 6th, 1989: Bovine serum albumin (BSA) can replace patient serum as a protein source in an in vitro fertilization (IVF) program.
(excerpts from paper) Benadiva CA, Kuczynski-Brown B, Maguire TG, Mastoianni L Jr, Flickinger GL
Alternate protein sources have been suggested to replace the commonly used cord or patient serum for in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. During an 11-month period 127 patients treated for in vitro fertilization had either their serum (N = 71) or bovine serum albumin (BSA; N = 56) used as the protein source in the insemination and growth media.

May 22nd, 1998: Blood Substitute Could Save Lives.
(excerpts from DOD News) By Douglas J. Gillert American Forces Press Service
Imagine a soldier shot in the stomach, blood streaming from his torn gut. Can medics get him to a field hospital for a transfusion in time to save him? Perhaps. Probably not. Approved trials under way at Brooke Army Medical Center here and 10 other non-DoD laboratories could greatly decrease deaths from such catastrophic blood loss. Chief of trauma services, Army Dr. (Maj.) Stephen Flaherty, oversees a protocol that converts cow blood for human use. The end product is a purified blood substitute called Biopure.

April 19th, 2001: Blood product from cattle wins approval for use in humans.
(excerpts from article) By Corie Lok, Nature.com
An animal-derived blood substitute has been approved for use in humans in South Africa. Hemopure, an oxygen-carrying compound derived from bovine hemoglobin, has been given the go-ahead for treating acute anemia and for use during surgery.

If you don’t think our government doesn’t experiment on US citizens, then read this one!

December 15th, 2006: U.S. Navy backs plan for blood substitute.
(excerpts from article Associated Press)
Washington – A blood substitute the military wants to test on civilian trauma victims is urgently needed to save lives on the battlefield in places like Iraq, a Navy official told federal advisers Thursday. The Navy wants to test the product, derived from cow blood, on about 1,100 trauma victims in emergency situations. It proposes doing so without obtaining the customary informed consent of the patients in advance. The substitute blood, called Hemopure, would be given on the way to the hospital to patients ages 18 to 69 who have lost dangerous amounts of blood.

May 4th, 2011: Cow’s blood saves life of crash victim in world’s first procedure.
(excerpts from article) By David Gardner for MailOnLine
Doctors have saved the life of a woman car crash victim with the first ever use of cow’s blood. Tamara Coakley’s life was saved after a synthetic blood was created using cow plasma and then transfused into her; Tamara Coakley, 33, rejected a life-saving conventional blood transfusion because of her Jehovah’s Witness faith despite being close to death.

Summary: So Bovine Hemoglobin can definitely be used for humans, and in some cases like mentioned above, maybe without our consent. So who or whom is using animal mutilation blood and what for? Some researchers say Aliens are using it for food and some say for hybrid generation, but the bottom line is; The denominating factor in all mutilation cases is always the lack of blood.

Now we need to learn why, and who’s doing this!

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Cattle Mutilations; It’s always been about the blood!

Trinidad cattle mutilation

When I was researching 19th Century cattle mutilation cases for my previous Alexander Hamilton blog, I came across an article from 1984 Fate Magazine about a UFO sighting and dead cow case from 1896 in Howell, Missouri. The article stated; The family first watched strange lights slowly descend upon their ranch from the night sky, eventually turning into a solid craft. The craft then hovered over their barn and pasture area where the cows were kept. The family ran into the house extremely frightened, and the youngest daughter exclaimed in the article, “This was the longest night of their lives. “

The next day when checking the herd, three cows were found dead. After the father examined the carcasses, he saw they were completely void of blood. Upon further examination he found puncture wounds on all three. There was no mention in the article the animals had any other type of external damage like we see in today’s mutilations.

Were the puncture marks created to extract all the blood from the animals? An average cow weighing from 900 to 1100 pounds has 4.5 gallons of blood, so roughly over 13 gallons of blood were taken from those animals.

Over the years of my research and personal field investigations of animal mutilations, there’s been one dominating factor in all cases, total lack of blood. The surgical cut wounds found on the animals have been all over the animal’s carcasses, and in some cases, complete destruction of the animal occurred leaving only an attached head, spine, and legs.

calf mutilation

I’ve also noticed most areas of the surgical cuts have been in locations where animal glands are present. Around the mouth, the anal area, the sex organ area, the milk sack area, so one would think, ah ha! The interest is with the glands, which hasn’t been totally ruled out yet.

gland cattle mutilation

But what if it’s all a ruse? A diversionary tactic? Stay with me on this…

Throughout the years most veterinarians who looked at animal mute cases state that the surgical-like cuts could be done by scavengers, some veterinarians disagree, stating the cuts are too precise for animals to do, so it must be human involvement. All the mutilation cases investigated by law enforcement have found no evidence of a predator killing the animal, so they classify these cases as Animal Cruelty which can only be done by humans.

The mystery has always been the death of the animal, contradiction mostly arises in the cuts or lesions. Regardless, animals are being killed and there’s never any evidence to whom is responsible and how they are doing it.

What if?

What if the perpetrator is not interested in animal parts at all, but only the blood?

What if the unusual damage to the animal is a diversionary attempt to throw off the ranchers, veterinarians, and law enforcement?

This is starting to make some sense.

First, the unknown perpetrator picks up the animal from a grazing area, takes it to a second undisclosed location and drains the blood and performs the surgical-like incisions, then brings back the animal near the original area it was taken from. Why?

Why is the animal always brought back? Why not keep the carcass or discard it elsewhere? These are questions I’m always asked. The Alexander Hamilton case had me thinking about this. His case stated animal parts were found 3 miles away in another rancher’s field. That’s not the normal modus operandi of animal mutilations.

The unknown perpetrator could be bringing the animal back for two reasons:

  1. If an animal or animals are missing from the herd, the rancher will search for them. If the rancher can’t find the animals on his property, then the search widens to adjoining properties. If the animals still can’t be found, then the possibility of poaching is a concern, and local law enforcement is summoned. If other nearby ranches also report missing animals, then law enforcement goes into extreme action. Local Law Enforcement will increase their investigations by re-deploying officers in specific areas where animals were lost, they’ll run random stake-outs, and perform multiple follow-ups; In other words, become quite noticeable in the areas of the missing animals. This would be a major concern for the perpetrators considering future mutilations.

If you follow my investigation reports, then you’ll know the same ranchers generally get hit multiple times.

  1. Now if the animal or animals are returned to the general area where they were picked up, and this is always the case, then there would be no missing animals. If the animals were returned with unusual cuts let’s say, trying to mimic scavenger damage, then hopefully the rancher would write off the death as a natural occurrence. Which I learned has been the case for previous animal deaths on ranches after interviewing the ranchers themselves.

Where the perpetrators fail with this tactic.

  1. Some of the unusual cuts and surgical-like incisions on the animal are not similar to natural scavenger damage and way out in left field in some cases and just don’t make sense.
  2. Some animals are dropped or placed from great heights leaving internal skeletal compound fractures which cannot be explained unless the predator or scavenger is a “Fricken” T-Rex! Which leaves a scary unknown; Who is doing this and why?
  3. Some animals are laying in a round ground depression anywhere from 16 to 22 feet in diameter. When the soil is analyzed, the nutrients or the CEC’s were different compared to the test soil sample. The soil is less soluble near the animal then away from it. Also, some mutilation cases unusual ground anomalies have been found nearby.

So, are other types of animals being mutilated as a diversionary tactic to take the focus off of cows? Or are other types of animal’s blood also important to the perpetrator.

Besides cows; horses, dogs, sheep, goats, coyotes and rabbits have been reported in similar mutilated cases. Native Americans also have stories from their ancestors talking about strange deaths seen with wolves and buffalo, so this is not a new phenomenon by any means.

The dominating factor in any mutilation case is always the lack of blood. So what is so important about blood, let’s say cow blood? What could bovine hemoglobin or bovine serum be used for? Here are some examples of what cow blood is being used for:

June 6th, 1989: Bovine serum albumin (BSA) can replace patient serum as a protein source in an in vitro fertilization (IVF) program.
(excerpts from paper) Benadiva CA, Kuczynski-Brown B, Maguire TG, Mastoianni L Jr, Flickinger GL
Alternate protein sources have been suggested to replace the commonly used cord or patient serum for in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. During an 11-month period 127 patients treated for in vitro fertilization had either their serum (N = 71) or bovine serum albumin (BSA; N = 56) used as the protein source in the insemination and growth media.

May 22nd, 1998: Blood Substitute Could Save Lives.
(excerpts from DOD News) By Douglas J. Gillert American Forces Press Service
Imagine a soldier shot in the stomach, blood streaming from his torn gut. Can medics get him to a field hospital for a transfusion in time to save him? Perhaps. Probably not. Approved trials under way at Brooke Army Medical Center here and 10 other non-DoD laboratories could greatly decrease deaths from such catastrophic blood loss. Chief of trauma services, Army Dr. (Maj.) Stephen Flaherty, oversees a protocol that converts cow blood for human use. The end product is a purified blood substitute called Biopure.

April 19th, 2001: Blood product from cattle wins approval for use in humans.
(excerpts from article) By Corie Lok, Nature.com
An animal-derived blood substitute has been approved for use in humans in South Africa. Hemopure, an oxygen-carrying compound derived from bovine hemoglobin, has been given the go-ahead for treating acute anemia and for use during surgery.

If you don’t think our government doesn’t experiment on US citizens, then read this one!

December 15th, 2006: U.S. Navy backs plan for blood substitute.
(excerpts from article Associated Press)
Washington – A blood substitute the military wants to test on civilian trauma victims is urgently needed to save lives on the battlefield in places like Iraq, a Navy official told federal advisers Thursday. The Navy wants to test the product, derived from cow blood, on about 1,100 trauma victims in emergency situations. It proposes doing so without obtaining the customary informed consent of the patients in advance. The substitute blood, called Hemopure, would be given on the way to the hospital to patients ages 18 to 69 who have lost dangerous amounts of blood.

May 4th, 2011: Cow’s blood saves life of crash victim in world’s first procedure.
(excerpts from article) By David Gardner for MailOnLine
Doctors have saved the life of a woman car crash victim with the first ever use of cow’s blood. Tamara Coakley’s life was saved after a synthetic blood was created using cow plasma and then transfused into her; Tamara Coakley, 33, rejected a life-saving conventional blood transfusion because of her Jehovah’s Witness faith despite being close to death.

Summary: So Bovine Hemoglobin can definitely be used for humans, and in some cases like mentioned above, maybe without our consent. So who or whom is using animal mutilation blood and what for? Some researchers say Aliens are using it for food and some say for hybrid generation, but the bottom line is; The denominating factor in all mutilation cases is always the lack of blood.

Now we need to learn why, and who’s doing this!

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Fox 31 Denver Covers My Recent Miller Mutilation Investigation

Colorado’s Unexplained Stories: Cattle mutilations in Trinidad – Kevin Torres with Fox31 News Denver, reports on my last Cattle Mutilation Investigation on the Miller ranch. This segment aired on February 8th, after the new X-Files episode.

 

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Colorado Cattle Mutilation 12/13/15

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On Sunday December 13th, I was contacted by the Miller Ranch near Trinidad, Colorado, about a possible cattle mutilation. Two 1100 pound female Red Angus’s went missing, one was found dead with unusual wounds and the other was found alive, but with internal injuries. Due to the conditions of both animals, the rancher decided to investigate further to determine if in fact a mutilation had taken place. The following couple of days after the 13th, the rancher and I stayed in contact trading information. After December 15th the rancher informed me that he had to put the second animal down due to its injuries.

The following is my investigation.

On December 13th after the rancher counted his herd of roughly 60 animals, he found that two were missing, both females possibly pregnant. After searching an area where the herd was last seen, he found one animal dead lying on it’s right side with unusual cuts and the second animal about 30 feet away lying on its right side, struggling to get up. Both animals were at the bottom of a small steep-sided gully or arroyo. Having had multiple mutilations in the past, the rancher was suspicious of both animal’s conditions.

Animal 1, the dead one, had flesh removed around the jaw, the tongue was missing, the left eye and socket had been cut out, the left ear had been cleanly cored away, there was a gaping hole in the neck area down through the shoulder showing separated ribs from the back bone, the left shoulder was contorted and out of place as if the animal had been dropped, the udder was cut out, and the anal area was cored out too!

Note: No mass amounts of blood were originally seen by the rancher around the gaping hole in the neck down to the body cavity, just a massive open wound.

Animal 2, the alive one, showed no apparent physical damage, but couldn’t stand up due to some type of internal physical injury. After moving the animal a short distance trying to get it to walk and caring for it, the decision was made to end the animal’s suffering by using a 22 caliber gunshot to the head.

The rancher exhausted all possibilities of Animal 1’s death including falling the short distance into the gully area, and the damage being done by scavengers, before the decision was made to contact me again about a possible mutilation. At that point in time, the animal had been dead too long for any type of sample taking, so a decision was made to perform an experiment.

This is what we know:

– We know both animals went missing the same time.
– We know one animal was found dead with unusual damage resembling the standard mutilation scenario.
– We know one animal was found alive nearby with some type of internal injuries.
– We know the approximate death of both animals, Animal 1 around 12/12 and Animal 2 on 12/15.
– Animal location, 37 degree latitude.

The Experiment:

If Animal 1 had died of natural causes and the unknown strange damage was due to scavengers, then we could use Animal 2 as a test case and see if similar damage appears due to scavenging. The decision was made to wait until after Christmas giving us 15 days after Animal 2 was put down and run a comparison analysis between the two animals. Here are the results.

Investigation 12/30/15:

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UFOnut Team Member  Matt Morgan at Mute site.

12/30/15: Investigative team member Matt Morgan and I drove from Colorado Springs to Trinidad, Colorado, and met with rancher Miller.

Animal 1 possible mutilation found 12/13/15:

– 1100 pound Red Angus (female)
– Animal lying on right side facing North to South.
– No traces of radiation.
– Constant 8 to 10 microtesla reading pinging highly in abdominal area.
– Magnetic sweep showed nothing.
– No signs of struggle in soil.

Animal 1 Damage:

– Missing eye and surrounding area of socket.
– Missing tongue.
– Large smooth cut around jaw line.
– Left ear cut out in circular fashion.
– Open cavity wound neck to mid-section displaying neck and back bone and ribs.
– Ribs cage separated from back bone.
– Left front leg twisted at shoulder bone.
– Missing udder section.
– 8 inch hole in anal area.

Animal 2 put down by rancher on 12/15/15:

– 1100 pound Red Angus (female)
– Original location 30 feet south from Animal 1 facing East to West, lying on right side.
– Animal appeared to have internal injuries, signs of struggling.
– New location, 25 feet north of Animal 1 lying on left side.
– Animal died by 22 gunshot wound to the head.
– Blood seeping through open mouth.
– No traces of radiation.
– Sporadic 8 to 10 microtesla reading pinging low in abdominal area.
– Magnetic sweep showed nothing.

Animal 2 Damage:
– Scavenger damage seen around mouth where blood was seeping, non-smooth chewed bite marks.
– No other damage seen.

Comparison Analysis:

Animal 1: Missing eye, eye socket cored out,
missing tongue, smooth cut around jaw line and missing ear (not shown).

Animal 2: Eye and ear present, scavenger chewing around mouth.

Animal 1: Flesh stripped from neck behind ear to mid section
exposing rib cage.

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Animal 1: Rib cage separated from back bone.

Animal 2: No damage to neck.

Animal 1: Udder cut out, anal cored out.

Animal 2: Udder still present, anal area intact.

Investigative Conclusions:

  • Animal 1 and Animal 2 shared similar abrasions around the jaw area. Comparing the two, more intense precise cuts were noticed on Animal 1 when the rancher originally found it compared to Animal 2’s scavenger gnawing fifteen days after being put down.
  • Animal 1’s rib cage was separated from the back bone. Upon closer examination, a large rock was lying beneath the animal’s back bone and could have caused the rib separation but only due to traumatic blunt force against the rock. This could only have happened if the animal was dropped from a great height.
  • Animal 1 had shown no signs of struggle, no dirt scuff marks, and no vegetation damage was seen due to falling or rolling down the slight incline. The animal appeared to have been placed there.

Animal 2: At this time the animal’s internal injury is unknown. Was it part of the event Animal 1 was subjected to but survived with injuries? Due to the circumstances and out-of-pocket expenses, a veterinarian was not contacted to run a necropsy. As the animal deteriorates, the rancher will keep an eye on the carcass and look for any internal bone damage that the animal may have originally sustained.

Interesting Information:

On December 21st KWCH News 12 out of Kansas,  reported a Newton, Kansas rancher found one of his bulls dead a quarter of a mile into his pasture on the 18th. The animal’s sex organs had been removed. The Harvey County Sheriff’s department investigated the incident and found no traces of cause of death and is classifying this as an Animal Cruelty case or non animal related.

On January 2nd, 2016, the Harvey County Sheriff’s department’s Facebook page stated another cow has been found dead in McPherson County, Kansas, its eyeballs had been removed. The owner of the cow had told KSN news Kansas, that the veterinarian who performed a necropsy found an injection site.

I’ll try to get more info on both mutilation cases.

The 37th Parallel Theory:
Trinidad, Colorado’s mutilation sits right on the 37th degree latitude, Newton County, Kansas mutilation falls within the 37 degree latitude, and the McPherson County, Kansas mutilation falls just into 38 degrees latitude. These mutilations appear to have been heading East along the 37th Parallel.

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Colorado Calf Mutilation 04/18/15

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(Picture courtesy rancher Johnny Vallejos)

Chuck Zukowski, UFOnut.com: Animal Mutilation Case, Huerfano County, April 18th, 2015.

On Friday April 24th, I was contacted by rancher Sally Miller about a calf mutilation she read about in the Huerfano World Journal newspaper, Trinidad, Colorado. The article had come out the day before on the 23rd, and Sally wanted to know if I had seen it. The Millers, Tom and Sally, have lost at least 10 animals through the past few years due to strange mutilations, so they knew this particular case appeared legitimate. Sally sent me a copy of the article so I could learn more about the case, and follow-up with my own resources. The following is what I learned.

– Rancher: Vallejos Ranch
– Huerfano County Brand Inspector: (name on file)
– Huerfano County Sheriff’s Department, Deputy Boehler.

I spoke with the county brand inspector and he was to meet with Deputy Boehler to see the animal, but due to an already over-loaded schedule, he was unable to see the carcass. At this time I’ve been unable to personally speak with Deputy Boehler, but am in the process of acquiring the case report.

I contacted the rancher for additional information:

Mutilation Report: Phone interview with rancher Vallejos

Animal
– [2] month old Black Angus male.
– Estimated weight 140 pounds.
– The calf had been castrated a week prior.
– The calf was last seen, Thursday April 16th.
– Rancher Vallejos stated, he herd a cow mooing late Friday night, April 17th
– Animal found Saturday morning April 18th, 300 feet and West of I25.
– Animal was found head facing south but had been drug from original location.
– A small 5-6 foot diameter ground depression was found nearby, but

Wounds:
– Animal was found missing its tongue.
– Animal appeared partially skinned showing rib cage and spine.
Note: Hide appeared split down the belly in a surgical manner. Long smooth cut as reported by rancher.
– Hole near anal area 6 to 7 inches in diameter. Cut was clean and smooth showing no bite marks and went around the testicle sack.
Note: Anal cut was not perfectly oval, some lacerations were seen zoomed in on the original photo. No blood was stained on hide as reported by the rancher and seen on the photos.

Physical Evidence:
– No unusual vehicle tire marks were found near the scene.
– Other than the rancher and deputy, no other human foot prints were seen in the area.
– No predator tracks were seen, no evidence of a fight or struggle.
– No blood, it appeared as if the animal had been fully drained before being cut.
– No blood splattering seen on hide near wounds.
– Both eyes were missing, but probably due to scavenging birds.

Similar Anomalies:
– Around March 4th 2015, a mutilation was reported to the Huerfano County Sheriff’s department. Unknown if it was investigated by deputies and currently unknown location.
– On March 17th 2015 rancher nearby lost 2 [600] pound calves that were confined within a fenced area with other cows. No unusual vehicle tracks were seen, no evidence how the calves left the fenced area. Calves never returned. This ranch is approximately 1.5 miles away from Vallejos ranch.

Complete destruction of an animal due to a mutilation is not un-common. Unlike most animals in which precise incisions are in specific areas, from time to time I see total animal annihilation.

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Sanchez Mutilation:  San Luis, Colorado 11/09

Rancher Sanchez lost 4 calves in 2009 within about a three week period. All animal’s hides were stripped from the hind legs to the front legs leaving the rib cage and spine visible. All the internal organs were missing.

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Miller Mutilation: 03/09

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Miller Mutilation: 05/13

Rancher Miller has lost the most amount of animals compared to all the other ranchers I’ve investigated. Most of his animals were found with all the traits of a common animal mutilation, but a few, were found with the hide completely stripped from the skeleton. One particular case, rancher Miller found opposing puncture holes in the hind end of the hide, possibly an area where the incisions were started.

Once again with all the animals I’ve investigated, no human evidence was ever located, no large amounts of blood were seen, no predator attack evidence was ever located. The animal just appears in that location as if it had been placed there.

In the current newspaper article Deputy Boehler stated the evidence appears to be caused by a human. Even though he found no incriminating evidence pointing to human interaction, this is the most logical explanation a law enforcement official can make. The most important part of his statement is, “Based on his experience as a law enforcement individual in a rural area of Huerfano County, he is extremely familiar with what poses a threat to animals in the area, which rules out ALL natural predators in the area!” So obviously, all he has left to turn to is, “human intervention” even though no evidence was found. For gosh sakes he can’t say alien, and won’t unless he experiences this first hand, or finds evidence pointing to that. Matter of fact, I can’t say I’m absolutely sure aliens are causing animal mutilations, because I’ve found no direct evidence point the finger at them.

What’s most important about Deputy Boehler’s statement is, “We can rule out natural predators”. That leaves humans and un-natural predators. Since 1967 every animal mutilation that’s taken place, and every one of them that was investigated by law enforcement officials across the US, no human evidence has ever been found. Cops have been trained extremely well to find human evidence in homicide cases.

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Update on Multiple Cow Mutilations in Walsenburg, Colorado.

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13 miles northeast of Walsenburg between August 8th and August 17th, 2014, eight cattle deaths were reported to Huerfano County Sheriff’s department. Two animal deaths were reported from one ranch, then six more were reported from another ranch 2.2 miles away. All eight animals mimicking standard animal mutilation characteristics.

Segments from the Huerfano County Sheriff’s department case report I acquired after release of my September 5th blog:

At approximately 1620 MDT, I Deputy (name on file) was dispatched to meet with (name on file) at (location on file) Walsenburg, Huerfano County, Colorado, regarding four head of cattle valued at $6,800 that he (the rancher) felt were killed within the previous 24 hours.  (End 1st. segment of case report.)

Next to the roadway near a drain culvert he (the rancher) pointed out a black Angus type heifer that was dead and in first stages of decomposition and bloated. Examination of the heifer failed to show an apparent cause of death and due to surgical type mutilation of the carcass, lightning was also ruled out. (End 2nd. segment of case report.)

I don’t make it a practice to display law enforcement case reports on this website. The case reports I acquire are strictly used for my investigations and not to exploit any law enforcement individual or his or her agency. I thought this time, I would share a couple of small segments from a case report I received to show how serious this Sheriff’s Department is pertaining to strange and unusual animal deaths. We should all thank them for that, and not for sweeping events like these under the rug like so many other departments do.

Thank you Huerfano County Sheriff’s Department!

The case report also mentioned other law enforcement officers who remembered other identical mutilation cases outside of Huerfano County in the past. All the cases had identical circumstances and commonalities such as:

– Cause of death was undetermined.
– Reproductive organs had been removed with little or no blood.
– The tongues had been cut out deep within the jaw.
– In some cases, the eyes were removed.
– In all cases, no tracks or evidence was found in the vicinity of the carcass even if the ground was soft or mucky.

In a second Supplemental Information sheet which is attached to the case report this is mentioned, “Denver’s FAA Air Traffic Control department contacted the Sheriff’s department about reports that some air carrier aircraft had been hit with a powerful laser while flying at 32,000 feet over Huerfano County”.  I also mentioned this in my first blog which was based on witness testimony, but it’s nice to see it on an official law enforcement case report which obviously validates the event.

Through much research and trial and error attempts, I was able to contact the Denver Center ATC (Air Traffic Control) division which is just outside of Denver. I was unable to locate and speak with someone who had knowledge of the March 2014 laser event. There’s no conspiracy associated with this, there’s so many cases the Center has to deal with, and so many different individuals who work there, finding the one person who called the Sheriff’s department back in March, would be difficult to locate. Also due to Homeland Security policies, they would not tell just anyone over the phone about events which were logged in the past. I could request a copy of the report, but within a couple of weeks of any event the Denver Center deals with, the report is transferred directly to the FAA Office in Washington DC. This is where I would need to request documentation on any event. Since this particular event is mentioned on a law enforcement case report, that’s good enough for me. Besides; If the FAA in Washington thought the laser strike event could be a threat to National Security, then it would have been transferred to the FBI making it active and totally out of reach for request. But…. I did learn some interesting things from the Denver Center ATC division.

I learned a jet flying at 32,000 feet has an average speed of 380 to 450 mph. If it was a specially designed turbo prop plane that could fly at 32,000 feet, then its airspeed would be about 120mph less.

I learned that it would be next to impossible to point a laser beam directly at an airplane travelling at that speed and that altitude. Most likely what the pilots saw was a flash of light. They would also be able to pin-point the flash location by using their in-flight guidance system by determining the angle of incident.

Here is my thought:

– As mentioned in my earlier blog, a 14 year old girl spotted 12 to 15 unidentified objects in the sky near the location of the mutilation incidents 8:30pm on Sunday evening August 17th. They were flashing different color lights and eventually disappeared behind low cloud cover.
– For years, strange lights and flashes have been seen around the Trinidad and Walsenburg area reported by eye witnesses.
– I investigated a report last year from Trinidad, where the eye witness was chased by strange lights while driving his car.
– I’m working another case in which strange lights were seen just outside a family’s home, near Trinidad.

I think the pilots were not hit with a laser, but saw the same type of lights residents in the area have seen for years. Possibly the lights were travelling erratically upwards towards the planes in a direct-line-of-sight path which appeared to resemble laser flashes. This would be the pilots first logical thought before thinking it be a possible UFO event. If the pilots saw no movement just the flashes of light, then this would make perfect sense.

One can’t rule out a very high-tech computer guided laser system which was operational in the area at the time the pilots were hit. One assumption could be the users were experimenting program scenarios or calibrating object speed to altitude measurements. I find this highly unlikely because:

1. If our military was running experiments in that area, they would realize the highly technical avionics systems in commercial jets would be able to detect the location where the laser flash came from. Which it did!
2. Why would our military put people’s lives at risk by practicing laser strikes on commercial passenger jets? They can use high altitude drones for that with no worries of human casualties.
3. The Huerfano County Sheriff’s department found no evidence of lasers or unfamiliar people and equipment at the location reported by the pilots. The deputies went out multiple times for the following two weeks looking for evidence.

One other thing! What about the helicopters that were seen late at night one week after all the mutilations took place.
– Were they looking for cause of mutilation evidence?
– Were they looking for the culprits?
– Or are they responsible for the mutilations and looking for another bovine victim?

So this is what we have at this time:
1. Eight cows mysteriously dead with unusual cuts.
2. UFOs seen at night after the last animal was found that day.
3. Black helicopters seen in the area one week after the last animal was found and the UFOs were seen.
4. Four months prior the mutilation events, pilots reported possible laser strikes two weeks in a row coming from the mutilation area.
5. Eye witness testimonies, and detailed law enforcement case reports.
6. Vet toxicology report mentioned in first blog still unknown.
7. A lot of unanswered questions.

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Animal Mutilations! Who do you call? Well.. you can contact me!

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For the past few years one of my largest, most consuming ongoing investigations are, “Animal Mutilations”. I say Animal Mutilations because not only have I investigated cows, but horses and dogs as well. I’ve received reports on sheep, goats and coyotes and even interviewed a rancher about a rabbit, so it’s not just cows and maybe it never was, but cows just seem to take the spotlight.

In 2013, I was featured on the Science Channel’s, “Unexplained Files” talking about my mutilation cases; In 2012, I was featured on National Geographic’s, “Chasing UFOs” talking about my mutilation cases, and in 2010, I was featured on Syfy’s, “Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files”, talking about my mutilation cases. Last year 2013, MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) the largest and most impressive UFO investigative network in the world, named me “Director of Cattle Mutilations” so I wrote the MUFON Field investigation training manual on mutilations and taught a field investigative class at last year’s MUFON Symposium in Las Vegas. I guess I must be doing something right.

What do I do? I look at every investigation as a skeptic even though I’m not one. I do this to be non-bias so as not to miss evidence a biased investigator might miss. And boy have I found evidence. Not only with animal mutilations, but Roswell, Bigfoot, and Ghost investigations as well. I’m a Field Investigator, this is what I do.

From time to time a TV or newspaper reporter will contact me about a story they’re working on. Most of the time I’m able to give them the information they need, but sometimes they’re just interested in the story, and really not interested in the phenomenon itself. I call this, “Lazy Journalism.” If I can’t adhere to their convenient schedules for them, inconvenient for me, like not living in the same state, they’ll opt to find anybody who wants to be on TV or in a news paper article talking about something they’re really not qualified to talk about. Like, “Animal Mutilations”. When this occurs, they generally find someone who has never done a field investigation but think they know all about it, or even worse, a skeptic! Someone whose job is to talk with one’s foot in their mouth. I deal with these people all the time and they always repeat the same old audio loop, “Well I’ll believe it when I see it.” Well that’s not necessarily true, because even if they saw it, they still wouldn’t believe it and would come up with some other reason no matter how stupid it may sound to the rest of the world. But the journalists who take the time to do a good story and interview the people who actually do the field investigations, would learn this:

  • Since 1967 there’s been an estimated 10,000 mutilations cases across the US. ( George Knapp)
  • Since 1967, any law enforcement agency that investigated animal mutilations have never been able to find the culprit. No person has ever been caught, tried and convicted for performing a mutilation. This does not include animal cruelty cases, but cases with all the earmarks of a true mutilation phenomenon like:

1. No signs of animal struggle

2. No signs of blood pooling.

3. Unusual incisions.

4. No evidence of predator take downs.

5. No evidence of human involvement.

6. Sometimes strange lights seen before the mutilations take place.

7. Sometimes the animal is laying in a sort-of crop circle.

8. Sometimes Black helicopters fly over the area after a mutilation took place.

9. Most of the time the rancher is hit multiple times either in the same year or

over a few year cycle.

10. All my investigations the animals are facing towards the east.

11. The Ranchers have no idea how their animal died.

12. These are the largest Animal Cruelty Cold Cases in the USA!

I can go on and on, but I need to get to a point. If journalists want to know what’s really going on, then they need to talk to the source. The Field Investigator. Because if they did, then I could update them on what’s current.

What’s current?

In Bryan County, Oklahoma, February of this year, a rancher found 2 calves dead. Both animals had their genitals removed. The incisions were straight and precise. The ground was covered with ice and no blood was present, it should have pooled on the ice if it was a normal death. There were no signs how the animal died, their were no signs of predator involvement, just 2 animals laying dead mysteriously. The rancher had never seen anything like this before. Let me say this again because it’s important.

The rancher has never seen anything like this before!

This is their job, their life, most of them 2nd and 3rd generation ranchers. They are familiar with natural cow deaths, it’s the un-natural ones that scare the hell out of them. This particular case veterinarians were involved and also Oklahoma’s Department of Agriculture division, so very experienced people associated with cows were investigating these deaths.

I talked with Oklahoma’s Department of Agriculture’s Chief Agent (name on file) and also spoke with Oklahoma’s Department of Agriculture’s Investigative division agent, (name on file) about these cases updating both of them on the animal mutilation phenomenon. What I’ve seen, what I’ve learned, and what they need to look for. I sent them pictures, investigation techniques and notes and lab results helping them with their investigation. Oh by the way, “They called me.”

On May 2nd, I was contacted by a rancher near the Colorado/Kansas border. He found a 3-year-old 1100 pound Angus dead with its udder missing, laying in a circular ground depression. The animal was facing towards the east and had every indication it had been dropped by the way it lay and the broken bones that were seen. The rancher brought in a veterinarian who performed a field necropsy, and no signs of cause of death were found.

The rancher took soil samples for me inside and outside the unusual ground depression, and currently they’re at the lab for analysis. When I get the lab results back, I’ll post the results on this website.

Oh by the way, this same rancher called me two weeks ago, mid June, and had another mutilation. Same type of cuts, same type of scenario. What bothers him the most is, “Is he being targeted?” No other ranchers in the area have had mutilation cases, just him recently. If this was a natural predator, it wouldn’t make sense for an animal to venture across other ranches just to kill a cow on a specific ranch; And no, the rancher has not seen any type of natural predator on his ranch that can take down an 1100 pound animal and leave it with very unusual precise incision marks.

So from time to time stop by UFOnut.com because I always post my investigations. I’ve been asked by some people, “Why don’t you write a book?” Well I’ve lost some media appearances because I haven’t written one, but at this time I look at it this way. I’ve written enough blogs to fill a book and get 1000′s of hits on my website monthly. My readers get to see my investigations for free, and can personally comment on them. They also have the opportunity to email me directly with any questions they may have or suggestions for future investigations. Try doing that with a book.

You’ll also get a chance to see me on this season’s “Unexplained Files Season 2” talking about…. well I can’t tell you, so just keep an eye on the Science Channel’s website for details, and yes, it will be worth watching.

Thanks for visiting UFOnut.com, it’s a pleasure working for you.

 

 

 

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