Part 2:  High Strangeness in Chacon, New Mexico

“Who, or what, could overwhelm a 1500-pound cow, transport her from the pasture for the various tissue removals, and then return her to a grove of trees without nearby residents hearing or seeing something?”

 

Chacon and Mora, New Mexico, are remote ranching communities marked by the red circle about 50 miles northeast of Santa Fe.
Chacon and Mora, New Mexico, are remote ranching communities marked by the red circle about 50 miles northeast of Santa Fe.

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June 10, 2010  Chacon, New Mexico - Biophysicist W. C. Levengood found cellular changes in the plants I sampled from the Chacon, New Mexico, mutilation and “floating” cow site that suggested exposure to microwave frequencies. He had found similar changes at other mutilation sites such as Garnett, Kansas, in June 1994. About that Garnett, Kansas case, biophysicist Levengood's lab report, “Crop Formation Associated with a Cattle Mutilation,” is included in More Information below.

 

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