Part 4: U. S. Navy Captain Comments On Google Earth Image of Mutilated Cattle in Haigler, Nebraska

“Something very unusual struck me. If these two lighter and brighter colored photo strips were left over from earlier satellite photos, their location would most likely be random and not related to each other. However, if you look at the jpeg of the area I have attached to this email, they are very definitely related to the dead cows!”

- Retired Naval Flight Officer Captain Mark Wood

Haigler, Dundy County Nebraska, (Google marker) is only 100 miles southeast of Sterling,  Logan County, Colorado, where hundreds of mutilated cattle, horses and other animals were  reported to the Logan County Sheriff's Office from the early 1970s ongoing to date. See Earthfiles Shop for An Alien Harvest: Further Evidence Linking Animal Mutilations  and Human Abductions to Alien Life Forms and the 2-volume Glimpses  of Other Realities © by Linda Moulton Howe.
Haigler, Dundy County Nebraska, (Google marker) is only 100 miles southeast of Sterling, Logan County, Colorado, where hundreds of mutilated cattle, horses and other animals were reported to the Logan County Sheriff's Office from the early 1970s ongoing to date. See Earthfiles Shop for An Alien Harvest: Further Evidence Linking Animal Mutilations and Human Abductions to Alien Life Forms and the 2-volume Glimpses of Other Realities © by Linda Moulton Howe.

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Updated August 12, 2013  Albuquerque, New Mexico - I emailed to retired Naval Flight Officer Mark Wood the Google Earth image and Lat/Long coordinates of the 3 dead pregnant cows sent to me by Haigler, Nebraska rancher Alex Peterson, Updated Part 3 of these Earthfiles reports. I received back the following email from Captain Wood with written permission to use on the record his full name and military background.

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