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Dead Horse Riddle Sparks UFO Buffs –Pueblo Chieftan
By THE CHIEFTAIN STAFF
ALAMOSA (C-SJ) - The death of a horse in the San Luis Valley during early September appeared Friday to have sparked a renewed interest in unidentified flying objects throughout the West.
In Houston, Tex., a group of UFO enthusiasts left Friday night for the San Luis Valley to inspect the dead horse and also to investigate many reported UFO sightings in the valley........
Snippy the Appaloosa is dead, and the circumstances surrounding his death are far from clear.
Full text available : Pueblo Chieftan - 1967
We have three helicopters, all clearly marked with large red crosses on their sides, which often ﬂy all over Colorado on emergency rescue calls from local sheriffs. Otherwise our helicopters (about 80) do all their practice and training drills on the Army reservation. They do not leave the base unless it's to assist in a National Guard operation or to move to another military base. And, when off base, they never fly below 1800 feet. Our choppers are so controlled it's unbelievable. When not in use, they're locked 24 hours a day. And every pilot lifting off the pad must file a complete clearance report on his destination.
A baby UFO and its “Big Mama”, a soundless, illusive flying object, have become the focal points in Logan County for a devoted audience of night time viewers. .............
Those monitoring the strange objects since their appearance in north eastern Colorado in late November include the Logan County Sheriff’s Department, which views them as a new dimension of its investigation into cattle mutilations..............
The unexplainable deaths and confirmed mutilation of 72 cattle in the county since August prompted Sheriff Harry L. “Tex” Graves to pursue every possible lead that may result in uncovering those responsible for the senseless slaughter.......
Full Text and Source : Project1947.com
"These animals are picked up by aircraft, mutilated elsewhere and returned and dropped from aircraft.
"Identical mutilations have been taking place all over the south west. Whoever is responsible is well organised with boundless technology, financing and secrecy."
This 11-month-old bull was dropped by some type of aircraft north of Mr Manuel Gomez's ranch house. The sex organs had been removed with a sharp and precise instrument. The bone had also been removed.
The bull sustained visible bruises around the brisket seeming to indicate that a strap was used to lift and lower the animal from the aircraft... flesh underneath the hide was pinkish in colour.
A probable explanation for the pinkish blood is a control type of radiation used to kill the animal... both the liver and the hearts were mushy. Both organs had the texture and consistency of peanut butter.
The bull had been seen alive the previous day but during the night a low-flying craft had been heard near where the remains were found. FBI agents were sent to remote farms across rural America to probe the killings.
"A suspected aircraft of some type had landed twice, leaving three pod-marks in a triangular shape. The diameter of each pod was 14inches
"The Department of Justice advised that their criminal division has been aware of the phenomenon of animals being mutilated in a manner that would indicate such acts were performed by persons as part of a ritual or ceremony."
During the past five years, hundreds of livestock mutilations have been reported throughout the United States. Of the states affected by this phenomenon, New Mexico has certainly had its share of unusual incidents.
Since 1975, over 100 mutilations have been reported throughout the state. Ninety mutilations were reported prior to Operation Animal Mutilation. Another 27 incidents were investigated under this year-long project, which began May 28, 1979. Twenty-five of these cases were reported as mutilations.
In each of these 25 incidents, as I have shown in Chapter Four, the rough jagged nature of the incisions together with the evidence at the scene clearly indicates that the carcass was damaged by predators and/or scavengers. In most cases, the animal had died first of natural causes.
Full text : Rommel Report
Overall, the evidence suggests that animal mutilations are a long-term, covert, prion disease sampling operation by unknown perpetrators who are aware of a substantial contamination of the beef and venison food supply. Although this paper presents evidence in favor of a motive for animal mutilations, there is still insufficient evidence to identify the perpetrators..............
The primary conclusion of this paper is that the animal mutilation epidemic of 1970-2003 was and is a monitoring operation for an infectious agent that is spreading through the human food chain (cattle, sheep and wild & farmed deer/elk). In North America (Canada and United States) the infection comprises a full-blown CWD epidemic in deer and elk and a sub-clinical BSE infection in cattle. The infectious agent, unlike all known viruses and bacteria, is almost indestructible and the symptoms in people appear very difficult to diagnose pre-mortem.
In short this TSE agent is the perfect stealth killer. If the hypothesis is correct, animal mutilation operations are carried out by a knowledgeable group that is cognizant of the biochemistry and infectious potential of prion diseases and their fatal spread.
Source : NIDS - TES Paper
A team of forestry workers allegedly had been witness to an incident on Thursday, February 25, 1999, during which time an elk was lifted off the ground and carried away by a very peculiar, disc-shaped object.
Great thread mirageman, thanks for posting. I'd be interested to hear your personal conclusions about the phenomenon? You obviously know quite a lot. Do you think it has anything to do with ET?
originally posted by: mirageman
A thread on Cattle mutilations is probably a couple of weeks away. It's all a case of finding the spare time to pull it all together. Also there's a lot more beef to that subject