© 1976 by Fredrick W. Smith, Freedland Publishers
"A Benson, Minnesota farmer fed his cow and later returned
to his barn to turn out the lights. He discovered the cow mutilated
'inside the barn.' A mutilation in South Dakota left a steer with the lower jaw removed and some tissue cuttings so delicate that veterinarians maintained it would have taken them two weeks to perform the same type of surgery. The animal was found 200 feet behind the owner's barn."
- Brush Banner, Brush, Colorado, September 10, 1975.
Chapter 2, Part One
Blueprint for Confusion
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than were ever dreamt of in your philosophy."
- Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Cattle mutilations have provided a basis for every conceivable theory. Margaret Maul at the Colorado Cattlemen's Association has heard hundreds of them. One person explained at length and in great detail who the mutilators really are. One of the insiders is Henry Kissinger. Many people, she says, have thought the whole thing was exaggerated Cattle couldn't be mutilated like the stories say. but after seeing with their own eyes what's been done to one of their neighbor's animals, or to one of their own, they suddenly become believers. The physical presence of the actual facts has a profoundly enlightening effect on ranchers, farmers and most lawmen.
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