“...Where her rectum and vagina had been there was
a basketball-sized hole. And no blood, no hair, on the ground.”
- Don Farquharson, cattle farmer,
between Madden and Crossfield, Alberta, Canada
June 29, 2015 Madden and Crossfield, Alberta, Canada - In August 1967, on the Sarcee Indian Reserve to the west side of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, a dead and mutilated horse was found in a pasture where a witness described seeing a “domed saucer craft” earlier that day.
Since then in the region north of Calgary to Red Deer and Edmonton, many horses and cattle have been found dead and bloodlessly mutilated — the most recent west of Madden and Crossfield that are close to each other about 35 miles north of Calgary. There, sister and brother Keren and Don Farquharson, 61, own two different farm properties between Crossfield, population 5,000, and Madden, population 200, on map above. Don has had a farm in Crossfield since 1978 and raises 3-way-crossbred cattle from Angus, Charlois and Simmental breeds. Keren and her husband Luis Delgado bought farm property in 2000 and grow a hay pasture near Madden where Don grazes his cattle.
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