Part 1:  Recent Bloodless Animal Mutilations with Scorched Grass in U. K. and Missouri. Other Mutilations in Argentina, Colorado, Nebraska and Idaho.

– “Even the foal's ear cut in half looked clean, like it was cauterized. My animal protection manager advised that the police should be contacted  because this was so unusual, unlike anything we've ever seen before.”

- Jennifer Thornton, Welfare Aide, South West Equine Protection, Dartmoor, U. K. re:  July 23, 2013, bloodless mutilation of 2-month-old foal

– “Something happened to these cows and it's not something that you see every day. It's not in your normal, so something else is going on (like E.T.s).”

- Lyn Mitchell, Rancher, 80 miles from Kansas City, Missouri
re:  July 19, 2013, cow mutilation, her third since December 2011


August 3, 2013  Albuquerque, New Mexico - Since the production of my first television documentary, A Strange Harvest, about the worldwide animal mutilation phenomenon broadcast May 25, 1980, on the then-CBS-affiliate KMGH-TV in Denver, Colorado, I have traveled to dozens of animal mutilation sites in a number of American states and in England. Always the first impression is how clean the animals and ground are, how bloodless the excisions are. “Eerily pristine,” one Colorado sheriff said. Retired Sheriff Tex Graves of Logan County told me in September 1979, during my first days of research for my TV documentary, that the “perpetrators of animal mutilations are creatures from outer space.”  [ See Earthfiles Shop.]


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