January 12, 2002 Conrad, Montana - Twenty-seven years ago in 1975-1976, there were so many cattle mutilations in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and other parts of the United States that sheriffs reported some carcasses were still warm to touch, but had an ear, eye, jaw flesh, tongue, genitals and rectal area excised in a "cookie cutter" surgical fashion without blood and without signs of struggle or tracks from what killed and mutilated the animals. The mutilations had first made national and international news in September 1967 when an Alamosa, Colorado mare was found dead with flesh stripped from the neck up.
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