Bizarre, Mysterious Death of Appaloosa Mare in Queensland, Australia

“Who would kill an animal and cut their leg joints after the horse is dead?
And why if someone cut all four of her legs, why did they leave the legs there?”

- Carolyn Greer, Horse Breeder, Upper Coomera, QLD, Australia, Aug. 2016

“Farmers in the Adelaide Hills have discovered mutilated animal
corpses and burn marks on the ground. ... In one incident, researchers
say a farmer discovered four cows with holes drilled
into their skulls and the brains removed.”

- July 15, 1984, Sunday Times, Perth, Australia

Upper Coomera near the Queensland, Australia, Gold Coast, is 36 miles southeast of Brisbane.
Upper Coomera near the Queensland, Australia, Gold Coast, is 36 miles southeast of Brisbane.
Aerial above the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, suburb of Upper Coomera, Wikipedia.
Aerial above the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, suburb of Upper Coomera, Wikipedia.

September 8, 2016  Upper Coomera, Queensland, Australia - On the evening of Thursday, August 8, 2016, around 7 PM in the Gold Coast suburb of Upper Coomera, Queensland, long-time horse breeder Carolyn Greer, 53, fed four of her horses she had raised from birth. “They are like my kids and they have been together all their lives,” she told me in a phone interview this week. “My favorite was Angie, a pure bred Arab cross Appaloosa dual registered mare with beautiful, solid brown hair, not spotted. I had also raised Angie's mother who lived to be 31 years old.”

 

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