Iowa Minister Reports Large “Crab/Scorpion” Creature Attacked Cow

Unidentified "crab/scorpion" creature on top of cow bellowing in pain around 7:30 PM, in either August 1996 or 1997, on Highway 4 between Upland and Campbell, Nebraska. Drawing © 2007 by Rev. John Click.
Unidentified "crab/scorpion" creature on top of cow bellowing in pain around 7:30 PM, in either August 1996 or 1997, on Highway 4 between Upland and Campbell, Nebraska. Drawing © 2007 by Rev. John Click.
Click for podcast. Unidentified "crab/scorpion" creature on top of cow bellowing in pain around 7:30 PM, in either August 1996 or 1997, on Highway 4 between Upland and Campbell, Nebraska. Drawing © 2007 by Rev. John Click.
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Unidentified "crab/scorpion" creature on top of cow bellowing in pain around 7:30 PM, in either August 1996 or 1997, on Highway 4 between Upland and Campbell, Nebraska. Above the trees about 100 yards from the barbed wire fence and road was a bright light that moved to different locations. Cow attacked by creature was only 25 feet from John Click's semi-trailer truck stopped on Highway 4, Nebraska. Drawing © 2007 by Rev. John Click.
Unidentified "crab/scorpion" creature on top of cow bellowing in pain around 7:30 PM, in either August 1996 or 1997, on Highway 4 between Upland and Campbell, Nebraska. Above the trees about 100 yards from the barbed wire fence and road was a bright light that moved to different locations. Cow attacked by creature was only 25 feet from John Click's semi-trailer truck stopped on Highway 4, Nebraska. Drawing © 2007 by Rev. John Click.
John Click, retired marine and firefighter/paramedic, drove trucks in 1996-1998 for Feekes, a division of KMH Trucking. In August in either 1996 or 1997, he was in an 18-wheeler semi-truck traveling from Garden City, Kansas, to Grand Island, Nebraska. Trying to make up for a time delay, he traveled north on 283 (lower left corner) to Norton, Kansas, and went east to Highway 383 cutting across to Highway 183, which he took north to a small, rural Highway 4 (upper red circle). He turned east and between Upland and Campbell (red highlighted line) was an "unearthly" creature on the back of a cow in a pasture along Highway 4.
John Click, retired marine and firefighter/paramedic, drove trucks in 1996-1998 for Feekes, a division of KMH Trucking. In August in either 1996 or 1997, he was in an 18-wheeler semi-truck traveling from Garden City, Kansas, to Grand Island, Nebraska. Trying to make up for a time delay, he traveled north on 283 (lower left corner) to Norton, Kansas, and went east to Highway 383 cutting across to Highway 183, which he took north to a small, rural Highway 4 (upper red circle). He turned east and between Upland and Campbell (red highlighted line) was an "unearthly" creature on the back of a cow in a pasture along Highway 4.

July 13, 2007  Council Bluffs, Iowa -  The first phone calls I made to law enforcement, ranchers and fellow journalists about the animal mutilation mystery was in early September 1979 - twenty-eight years ago. I was Director of Special Projects at the CBS-TV station in Denver, Colorado, where I produced documentaries, live studio audience broadcasts and news updates about science and the environment. That summer of 1979, hundreds of animals, ranging from cattle and horses to goats, sheep and wild game such as deer and elk, were found with the same pattern of bloodless excisions from their bodies without signs of struggle or tracks - not even their own tracks.

 

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