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Originally posted by jumpingbeanz
more like the government are testing radiation emitting equipment
Originally posted by ziggy1706
After all these decades, guys n gals, and not one farmer or person, has thought or acted on setting up mostion sensing cameras, staking out a secret hidden place and snapping actual official zoom lens photos or video? not one farmer or person has ever thought to do this? sooner or later, a few are bound to get lucky and get something on film.
I always thought that story was funny, cause it makes me laugh...a black co op helicoptor halloweened up as a UFO with tentacles to lift upa cow it makes me think, the CIA endulges in '___' time to time
Originally posted by TheWatcher11
The evidence speaks for itself, if you take the time to read it.
DENVER (AP) - Ranchers armed themselves against an unknown enemy. Rural residents who never had locked their doors bought padlocks. Helicopters with beacons trained on the ground were reported flying over pastureland.
It's not a scene from a 1950s cut-rate horror movie. That's the way it was last summer: fear and anger in the cattle country of eastern Colorado and other western states because of unsubstantiated reports that somebody was mutilating cattle and other animals.
A year later, the mystery remains unresolved, but the furore is gone, despite a few reports of new "mutilations."
The president of the Colorado Cattlemen's Association says he feels there is "enough scientific data to put the idea of mutilations to rest." But local sheriffs remain concerned.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigations continues an investigation of the situation, but has turned up no human suspects. Acting director Carl Whiteside says investigators so far have come up with no motive for the mutilations if, in fact, there were any. There is considerable evidence that predators, mostly coyotes, picked over the remains of dead animals.
"We've conducted 37 examinations of hide samples," Gillespie said. "Of those, we've determined that two had been cut with a sharp instrument and 35 had been chewed by some type of predator."
Authorities in Wyoming, where more than 100 cases of mutilations have been reported in a year, say 99 of the cases definitely were the work of other animals.
A minority of cases are the work of brain-damaged farm boys who get ideas after reading about mutilations in the papers.
Originally posted by Silcone Synapse
I used to go with the "government forces collecting samples for radiation testing."
I am no longer sure that is the case,because when you think about it-Its not exactlly hard to aqquire a sheep or cow dead or alive from a dealer/farmer/butcher,and not hard to find out where said animal was raised.
If they are testing for rads,a dead animal would be ok would it not?
I now think whoever is doing this is doing it purely to scare people,for what ever reason I don't know..
Originally posted by Magzoid
You say red beams of light?
This was taken last year by a girl in Manchester UK
Originally posted by ucalien
reply to post by skjalddis
I just would like to know WHY the US government and military did a deal with these parasites without soul, trading "free pass" abductions (animal and human) by weaponry technology. I mean, WOW, they SOLD mankind to these malfunction organic clones, instead fight them.