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Cattle Mutilations - Senseless Mutilation or High-Tech Examinations?
by Patrick CookePosted: 00:50 November 20, 2007
Example of a mutilated cow. Photo from Sightings TV show.
Cattle Mutilation Phenomena, also called “Bovine Excision”, is the enigma presented, when cattle have been found that are killed by an unexplained method and anatomically mutilated, under anomalous conditions. No single example of a paranormal event is so physically bizarre, or has such a negative economic impact on a specific industry. It is generally considered to have started with an anomalous mutilation in 1967 of a horse in Colorado. However, seven decades earlier we find this unusual eyewitness testimony from a sworn statement dated April 21, 1897:
"A prosperous and prominent farmer named Alexander Hamilton in Le Roy, Kansas told of an attack upon his cattle at about 10:30 PM the previous Monday. He, his son, and his tenant grabbed axes and ran some 700 feet from the house to the cow lot where a great cigar-shaped ship about 300 feet long floated some 30 feet above his cattle. It had a carriage underneath which was brightly lighted within (dirigible and gondola?) and which had numerous windows. Inside were six strange looking beings jabbering in a foreign language. These beings suddenly became aware of Hamilton and the others. They immediately turned a searchlight on the farmer, and also turned on some power, which sped up a turbine wheel (about 30 ft diameter) located under the craft. The ship rose, taking with it a two-year old heifer, which was roped about the neck by a cable of one-half inch thick, red material. The next day a neighbor, Link Thomas, found the animal's hide, legs and head in his field. He was mystified at how the remains got to where they were because of the lack of tracks in the soft soil. Alexander Hamilton's sworn statement was accompanied by an affidavit as to his veracity. The affidavit was signed by ten of the local leading citizens."
This incident seems to fit well into the realm of cattle mutilations.
Though the above description is unscientific, it shows that the animal is being lifted. One very important aspect of this phenomenon is the total absence of evidence of physical activity of any sort around the affected carcasses. Such lack of even footprints, tire tracks, or any ground disturbance indicates that some sort of aerial device has to be used. There is also evidence that the animals may have been dropped from considerable heights, after the mutilations were performed.
The aerial aspect could also explain why there is no indication that the animals died as a result of predatory attacks or accidents. A very unusual natural deviation occurs at the carcass sites. Scavengers will not feed upon, or even approach the carcasses, despite the abundance of meat on the remains and often fresh condition of it. Any flies, a common aspect of carrion, are dead on the carcasses.
The animals chosen, horses, cattle, buffalo, and deer are all large, and can have as much as four gallons of blood in a body weighing, sometimes, in excess of a thousand pounds. The carcasses are completely drained of every trace of blood, a condition known as exsanguinations, and yet, not one drop of that blood is found around the body. Other body fluids are also conspicuously absent. The process of draining such a large body of all blood and fluids requires a lab setting and highly sophisticated equipment, something certainly not commonly found on cattle ranges and in forests. Removing all traces of those fluids from the body and the surrounding environment requires a technology not currently found on the planet. The ease of obtaining cattle blood and the obvious disregard for the monetary value of an entire cow leaves out old-fashioned cattle rustling or any criminal intent.
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