Another Mutilated Angus in Haigler, Nebraska

“The bull's entire right ear had been cleanly cut out without blood in a sort of triangle incision and you can see clear down in the ear canal right through his eye socket!”

- Alex Peterson, Owner, Windmill Angus Ranch, Haigler, NB

The Angus bull's right ear and ear canal were bloodlessly excised in a triangular cut. Image © 2014 by Alex Peterson.
The Angus bull's right ear and ear canal were bloodlessly excised in a triangular cut. Image © 2014 by Alex Peterson.
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 2014 new 2nd Edition of 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 2014 new 2nd Edition of 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.

January 2, 2015 Haigler, Nebraska - Haigler in Dundy County is close to the Kansas and Colorado borders in the southwest corner of Nebraska. The county covers 921 square miles, but has a population of only about 2,000 with an average density of two people per square mile.

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