posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 08:33 AM
One of the most fascinating things about cases like these, are the apparant tidyness of the kill site, and surrounding area. Lets say I want to go
out, kill an animal, take some organs, and flesh right?
Ok so I drive out to the countryside and park up. I scout myself a target meaning I have to travel on foot from the vehicle to my vantage point,
leaving tracks and traces inevitably along the way. I have to proceed to the intended victim from the vantage point thus more tracks, more trace, more
chance of leaving evidence. But in these cases , there are rarely any discernable tracks or trails left by either a vehicle or feet. The vehicular
part will come in later.
Once arrived at the beast I intend to kill, I have to kill the beast, and drain its blood maybe,or remove a portion of its flesh and organs. Ok, so
doing this will result in blood loss no matter which way you slice it. Literaly. So if I want to do this without leaving a trace, I have to carry a
big waterproof sheet, and some how lay it in a way which would leave no evidence of such a thing, and perform the kill in the centre of that sheet in
order to minimise trace blood evidence being left at the scene, in order to create the grisly but amazingly tidy tableau which often arises in these
cases. Further more, I would have to make sure that the sheet I use is proof against pucture ripping or tearing, because otherwise a chunk of it may
be left at the scene, and in a rural area that would stick out like a sore thumb. And dont forget that I would have to be able to get the animal all
the way to the centre of the sheet without disturbing anything under the sheet in any obvious way , in order to produce the same scenes we see in
photos, and hear about from reports.
Once the kill has been performed, and the organs, blood , flesh has been harvested, I will need to transport those components away from the scene, and
one would assume that if I had a plan for these things, that I would want them to be fresh when I get home or where ever one goes with such things. So
Im going to need to have bought with me a ice box or picnic hamper with built in thermal protection. I would then need to carry this box, and the
sheet , and the tools I had used back to the vehicle.So . Just to recap... from the vehicle I would have had to have taken, surgical grade tools and
instruments to produce the wounds typical of these mutilation cases, a big sheet to prevent blood evidence from being strewn around, and a cold box
capable of carrying all the harvested material from the cadaver. I would have had to have performed the tracking, killing, and harvesting of the
subject without leaving a trace, and done all that with god knows how heavy and awkward load on my person. Its not physicaly impossible, but if its
people doing it, then I want to know where they trained because obviously the classes they passed included Advanced Walking On Air.