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Silent Killers - Animal Pathology Field Unit

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posted on May, 18 2009 @ 10:22 AM
Very interesting film documenting the work of the Animal Pathology Field Unit (APFU) working in the U.K.:

Richard D. Hall tackles the controversial subject of animal mutilation. What is animal mutilation? What could be causing it? Compelling, chilling and thought provoking documentary which could change your entire view of planet Earth.
The U.K. government knows more than it lets on about these bizarre incidents.

Silent Killers Documentary
(contains graphic images):

Full Interviews:

David A. Cayton:

David A. Cayton has been investigating the strange phenomena of animal mutilation in the U.K. since 1997, has visited the scenes of many mutilated animals and photographed the evidence. His investigation of these incidents is extremely thorough, backed up by photographs and the assistance of a qualified pathologist.

Richard D. Hall:

Richard D. Hall interviews Phil Hoyle of the Animal Pathology field unit. The APFU are a group of researchers who investigate strange animal deaths in the U.K. Phil has been studying an area on the English Welsh border known as the Rea valley. This has been a highly active area for animal mutilation over the last 10 years.

Mike Freebury:

Richard D. Hall interviews Mike Freebury of the Animal Pathology Field Unit. Mike has been investigating strange animal deaths in the Dartmoor region. One particular area of Dartmoor has suffered a large quantity of unexplained sheep deaths. Mike also explains interferance he has encountered from the authorities, who accessed his mobile phone records.

[edit on 02/10/08 by karl 12]

posted on May, 18 2009 @ 02:50 PM
Animal mutilations in the UK:

We are involved in the investigation of Animal Mutilations in the UK and other parts the world.

Over the past 18 months there have been a number of mutilations on farms within a 25-mile radius of our hometown Shrewsbury in Shropshire so it has been quite easy to access any changes in mutilation procedures.

Some of our colleagues have been working with a number of scientists and veterinary surgeons that have conducted necropsies on dead mutilated animals from around Britain and have been active in serious investigative work regarding this problem.

We also have a very interesting case in the same area of the mutilation activity where a family has experienced abductions over the past 20 years. During one of these abductions which took place at an isolated area near their home the mother and daughter observed what they thought was an helicopter approaching them, when the helicopter hovered quite close to them it only then became apparent that the helicopter was really a disk shaped craft.

There have been many sightings of strange helicopters in the vicinity of discovered animal mutilations.

The intelligence responsible for these mutilations have advanced visual stealth technology that renders them invisible to the naked eye, so they can conduct their activity's in near total secrecy.

We are conducting experiments with new technology that might counteract these stealth abilities and hope to re-record actual mutilation proceedings. We are presently seeking funding to set up a surveillance unit to monitor animal mutilations in ongoing activity areas.

posted on May, 23 2009 @ 10:48 AM
Interesting Government documents about Cattle mutilations:

New Mexican Indian country / Cattle mutilations 1970s:

Cattle mutilations 1970s, part 2

Cattle mutilations 1970s, part 3

Cattle mutilations 1970s, part 4

Cattle mutilations 1970s, part 5


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