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mutilations are instances where a domestic farm
animal has been butchered with surgical precision. Although this is
to cows it also happens to horses. In fact, the first case on record
horse. The characteristics are such that they rule out a kill by wild
such as coyotes and wolves.
FIRST CATTLE MUTILATION? On April 21, 1897, Alexander
Hamilton, the noted
statesman, was awakened at night by loud humming noises coming from his
yard. He and two other men went outside and saw an "airship" slowly
come down and hover over the yard. Here is how Hamilton described it:
"It consisted of a great
cigar-shaped portion possibly 300
feet long, with a carriage underneath. The carriage was made of glass
other transparent substance alternating with a narrow strip of some
It was brilliantly lighted within and everything was plainly visible.
occupied by six of the strangest beings I ever saw. They were jabbering
together, but we could not understand a word they said. It seemed to
hover directly over a two -year old heifer, which was bawling and
apparently fast in the fence. Going to her, we found a cable
about a half-inch in thickness made
of some red material, fastened in a slip knot around her neck, one end
up to the vessel, and the heifer tangled in the wire fence. We tried to
off but could not, so we cut the wire loose and stood in amazement to
ship, heifer and all, rise, slowly, disappearing in the northwest.
Thomas Link (four miles away) found the hide, legs, and head in his
next day and no tracks in the soft ground, which mystified him."
SAN LUIS VALLEY
Photo of San
Luis Valley, Colorado
The first modern case on record
occurred in 1967 in the
San Luis Valley in southern Colorado. A horse owned by the King family
Lady was found dead in a pasture. Its flesh had been stripped
the skull, exposing the bare bones. The bones were so clean of flesh
skull looked as if it had been sitting out exposed to the sun for
However, the family had just seen the horse alive two days earlier.
confounding was the fact that there was absolutely no blood found near
and no animal tracks of any kind nearby.
organs of the horse were missing and the cuts
were made more precisely than the sharpest knife could have made.
this was 1967, a good twenty years before surgical lasers were
Photo of a
classic 'Cattle Mutilation'
(Photo courtesy of Linda Moulton Howe)
Lady, Not Snippy
Since this case is the first, I want
to keep the facts
straight for you. The original reports stated the horse's name was
Those reports were incorrect. The horse's name was Lady. Snippy was
mother and she was not harmed. Just to keep the record straight.
Witnesses During the time when this mutilation
occurred many people
in the area saw UFOs and strange lights. Several other animals were
mutilated the same way. They were also found lying in the middle of a
outlined circle cut or burned into the surrounding vegetation.
Black Helicopters and Flying Saucers are
often seen in
the vicinity of recent cattle mutilations
Black Helicopters Also seen in the area were black
which were extremely rare in 1967. Low-flying jets appeared in the
was also uncommon.
American Connection The San Luis Valley is known to be a
place of special
significance to many Native American tribes. Among other things, it was
place where many different tribes would gather each spring and there
no conflict among them. It is said that this is the valley "where man
Remains of a
mutilated cow carcass. Notice how clean
edges of the
wound are. Very different from an animal attack
Basic Mutilation A standard mutilation
exhibits one or more of the
Usually occurs with cattle, horses, or sheep.
Jaw cut: A precision, surgical-like cut of surrounding
flesh to completely expose the jaw bone and teeth. The tongue and
glandular tissue has been removed.
The sex organs, navel, and nipples have been surgically
The anus and surrounding glandular tissues have been
No evidence of any blood, despite the severity of the
No footprints of any kind leading to or from the
The animal is often found in the middle of a perfectly
The cuts are made so precisely that a surgeon with a full
operating room and a steady hand with the laser would have a difficult
matching these field cuts.
The precision of the cuts and lack of blood rule out
edges of the wound appear to have been cauterized,
a hard smooth edge along the cut line. The tongue
also taken. Note that there is no blood and the surrounding
appears to have been heated or burned.
Are Certain Organs Taken? While there is no way to know for
sure, a good bet is the
fact that organ tissue retains things picked up in the environment like
minerals, pesticides, etc. If you wanted to check the condition of the
and what it is being exposed to, these organs would be the place to
about Cults, Pranksters, and Coyotes? Without a doubt, many so-called
mutilations fall under
these categories. However, there have been far more of these
you probably realize. In the urban areas of the major cities in the
cow news of any kind is no news. In the Midwest, though, it's a
story. Thousands of cattle have been lost over the years since 1967 in
unexplained or strange circumstances. It just didn't make the big city
many of these kills are explainable, about 40 to
50 percent are not, and this group fits the classic pattern of a cattle
mutilation. For example, between 1975 and 1977 nearly two thousand
mutilated in twenty-two states. If this had been accomplished by a
people, individuals would have had to surgically attend to two cows a
two years, over an area of twenty-two states. This is not likely.
kills are easily identified by experienced
ranchers and veterinarians. Most of these kills could not have been
done by a
wild predator, especially since these kills involved the removal of
No Flies are
around the carcass
Flies, No Coyotes Investigators report that when a
mutilation has occurred, flies will not land on the carcass and coyotes
touch it either. The carcass can lie out in the sun for weeks and never
touched by flies or coyotes.
Linda Moulton Howe
Harvest The existence of cattle mutilations
was brought to the
attention of the public by Linda Moulton Howe. Howe researched and
documentary called A Strange Harvest. It was the first work that
cattle mutilations to UFOs. The documentary won an Emmy Award in 1980.
concluded that animal mutilations appear to emanate from two places:
Unmarked helicopters and large vans seemingly owned by
branches of the U.S. government.
Moulton Howe has continued her research and adds
more documentation in her follow-up book An Alien Harvest: Further
Linking Animal Mutilations and Human Abductions to Alien Life Forms.
her most recent book, Glimpses of Other Realities,
Vol. II, Howe tells of discussions she had with military intelligence
operatives. They told her that the mutilations were in fact being done
aliens, who were testing the animals for high levels of toxins that we
have put into the atmosphere. They also told her that the black
were a ruse to cover up the alien involvement in mutilations. 5. They
want the farmers to panic. It appears to be working, because most
interviewed said they thought it was the government doing some kind of
Linda Moulton Howe is a regular contributor and can be heard live on
the 'Coast to Coast' syndicated radio show hosted by Art Bell and
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