Field Notes About English Animal Mutilations

August 1, 2003   Calne, Wiltshire, England  –  During my first day in Wiltshire on this trip, I met animal mutilation and crop circle researcher, David Cayton, and his colleague, Robert Hulse, at the Woodborough Hill “bear claw” formation. David is retired, but spent his professional life heading the non-destructive testing laboratory at British Aerospace after ten years in the U. K. Air Force.  David  has taken a serious interest in researching the earth mysteries of crop formations and sheep, cattle and other animal mutilations in England which fall into the category of high strangeness – sometimes associated with mysterious lights or beams in the sky. David and Robert are familiar with my documentaries and books about the worldwide animal mutilation phenomenon and wanted to show me images of a mutilated 3-month-old lamb discovered in May 2001. The lamb had an odd teardrop-shaped cut at the hip area of its left leg, similar to other such cuts on animal deaths I have investigated in North America.

  Three-month-old lamb discovered dead and mutilated in May 2001, Beddgelert, North Wales, England. Photographed by David Schindler.
Three-month-old lamb discovered dead and mutilated in May 2001, Beddgelert, North Wales, England. Photographed by David Schindler.

 

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