Part 5: More Animal Mutilations — Bloodless Pony and Reptiles in England and Mutilated Cows in Georgia and Colorado

“The reptiles, each a meter in length, were found with clean incisions
along the underside of their stomachs and their internal organs were missing.”

- The Herts Advertiser, St. Albans, England, January 21, 2016

“The police forensic investigators said my pony mutilation has been
done by someone who knows what they are doing as the sheaf and all
the area was cut away so precisely that there was no way an animal
could have done it ... and his body was drained of blood.”

- Tracey Jayne Catto, owner of mutilated male pony, Cisco,
Carmarthen, U. K., Dec. 29, 2015

The latest December 28, 2015, UK horse mutilation (Cisco) in Carmarthen, Wales, U. K., was only about 15 miles from the January 2012 mutilation site of another horse (Barney) in Whitland.
The latest December 28, 2015, UK horse mutilation (Cisco) in Carmarthen, Wales, U. K., was only about 15 miles from the January 2012 mutilation site of another horse (Barney) in Whitland.

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January 22, 2016  Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales, U. K. and St. Albans, England - Three years ago in January 2012, five horses were reported dead and mutilated in Carmarthenshire, Wales, pastures about 15 miles from Carmarthen, Wales. See five red locations in map below and archived 010512 Earthfiles.

Site Number 1 was near Carmarthen where again on December 28, 2015, a healthy, vigorous, 19-month-old Gypsy cob pony was found dead and mutilated so bloodlessly that the veterinarian later said after the necropsy that the pony's heart had no clotted blood and “was dry to touch.”

 

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