“I’ve had dead animals before, but I’ve never seen them like this. And then Greg (Wotowich) lost his bull and just recently, Lois and Steve Matis lost one of their cows. The teats on theirs was cut off in circles just like mine.”
- Sheila Vigfusson, Manitoba Rancher
August 17, 2007 Komarno and Gimli, Manitoba, Canada - The modern era of worldwide animal mutilations goes back to the 1960s. Canada had as many reports as the United States. For example, in August 1967, exactly forty years ago, on the Sarcee Reserve near Twin Bridges in Alberta, a dead horse was found where a witness claimed a “domed saucer craft” had been seen earlier that day.
Click here to subscribe and get instant access to read this report.
Click here to check your existing subscription status.
Existing members, login below:
© 1998 - 2022 by Linda Moulton Howe.
All Rights Reserved.