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Originally posted by LadyCool21
Well why exactly didn't you get a vet out? It sounds like a case of colic (re the underbelly itching) or eating the commonly known poisonous weed hamlock, or something similair, which can make a horse go doo-lally. You're suppose d to pick all weeds out of your ponies way, since there's alot this time of year. (You probably already knew all this, but I'm just pointing it out to be sure). The Hemlock can cause alot of itching all over the body, which causes static (electricuted main and 45 degree tail). I agree with jlc, you should get an autopsy done before you jump to the conclusion of it being murdered or posessed.
As for the crop circles, if that's the actualy picture of your field, then they're pretty small. You'd only need a lawnmower...THAT'S likely to be the teenagers.
Good luck with your findings, and I'm sorry your pony passed away, poor thing.
Originally posted by AlteredBeast
No, not at all. It seems as if the grass affected has been subjected to some form of a magnetic field, considering it has been altered in means that do not seem possible to create without a great deal of time and effort. This however has occured overnight in the space of less than eight hours. As for my shetland, yobs could have drugged it as i said but the tail and behaviour also seems more stimulated by something rather than subdued. This picture is only to give you an idea of the grasses directional behaviour, it is not anywhere near as long also.