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I have seen a mutilated calf before, and it really didn't look like coyotes did it.

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posted on Aug, 6 2002 @ 07:12 PM
About one and a half years ago, I was walking in a pasture with some friends up a hill to the ruins of a church. After we finished looking around we headed down. On our way down we found a dead calf.
It didn't just die there, it was missing pieces. The calf was just missing its tongue, groin, eyes, a chunk of the meat around the invertebrate, and its anus. What seemed odd to me was it wasn't bitten anywhere. Its eye sockets were still there and intact but without the eyes. It didn't have ripped up flesh where it had open spots either. My friends just walked by it and didn't say anything because they just thought it was attacked by coyotes or something. But when I saw it I thought about mutilation reports saying about the same thing. I didn't say anything and moved on.

Please give me your thoughts.

posted on Aug, 6 2002 @ 07:49 PM
Well, my grandfather had a few cows mutilated. They were some sick shiznick. One was skinned and the intestines were gone. One had the eyes taken out and the teeth pulled and the bull was missing his bull hood. Then the weirdest one, a cow with no hooves, no teeth, tail, eyes, there was a hole in its head with the brain missing and was skinned with the guts torn out. All that was left was the muscles and the bones.

My grandfather was not pleased. So, cops called, but nothing done. Now, these cows were mutilated in a period of about 5 years, newest one a year ago. Now, either some sick F's live out there or some aliens have a cow fetish. But anyways....

EEEWWWWW!!!! The new one was the most mutilated one. I had to carry it to the wagon to be pulled to the barn. Sure, we had steak and burgers for a few days while I stayed with him, but it was sick. I'm glad I was only there for the last one. By the way, he lives in Ohio, and near Archobold. So, if anyone out there heard about these, do as below. Well, if you want.

posted on Aug, 6 2002 @ 08:33 PM
Have you heard of the cattle mutilations in argentina. More than 300 cows have been found mutilated since the beginning of the year. The official explanation of the argentine government is that it is caused by mice.

Of course it's bull#. Several vetenerians have said it could not be the real cause.

Anyway, my point is that in the US, the government says it's coyotes, in argentina, they say it's mice. How can 2 completly different animals cause the same mutilations? it is ridiculous.

posted on Aug, 7 2002 @ 06:05 AM
When examined cattle mutilations have been found to be "surgically cut". This could not be the work of animals and there are often no footprints found at the scene. The animals theorys fail to take these into account.

posted on Aug, 7 2002 @ 09:39 AM
Derrel Sims claims that with a black light, you can see fluorescence on the animails - the same kind of fluorescence reported on abductees.

posted on Aug, 7 2002 @ 12:52 PM
I think people need to get on the ball and investigate this sh*t thoroughly. I know the police and Gov. aren't help.. but document the sh*t yourself.. Take pictures of the surroundings and the animal before anyone disturbs the area.. have the findings notarized (if possible) and even though the police are no help still call them and make a report so it's on file for future reference. Have vets check the animal out and get a ruling on what they suspect. I just wish people would get more serious about this stuff. If possible set up surveillance cameras where your livestock is kept at night. Oh well that's my 2 copper's. Take Care All. Bye.

posted on Aug, 7 2002 @ 06:13 PM
Since I was just visiting the farm, I couldn't really get much from this. As you guys said, that couldn't be other animals. It's always weird knowing that you are that close to this weird activity whether alien or whatever else it is.

-Hey wait a moment! I think I know what may have caused this. The place it was around has a major cattle industry. I have heard it is the world's top 10 most advanced in cattle technology and is the main industry in the town. What an attraction! I may have to ask around about any mutilations.

posted on Nov, 5 2002 @ 09:07 PM
Flies. That could explain it! Ever seen a dead squirrel? Same thing. Duh.

posted on Nov, 6 2002 @ 04:47 AM
Flies could explain it.

Maggots start with soft tissue (eyes, genitalia, tongue, anus etc) consuming in a very neat, almost surgical way, the flesh.

posted on Nov, 6 2002 @ 02:45 PM
Yes, flies could have done that. But it still does not explain the other thousands of mutilated cattle. But I think that some are cuased by natural things other by aliens.

posted on Nov, 7 2002 @ 03:19 AM
"Yes, flies could have done that. But it still does not explain the other thousands of mutilated cattle. "

er, yes they do.theres parity to the mutilations, if flies are responsible for the wounds on one then they're probably responsible for the wounds on all of them.


posted on Nov, 7 2002 @ 11:09 AM
or... a bunch of sick offal lovers or witches
( "eye of cow and anus of ummm.. cow") lol

posted on Nov, 7 2002 @ 08:46 PM
I didn't see any flies at the time, and it was mid-day. Weird. But there are other cases where they noticed flies didn't come close to the cow at all. Who knows.

Most people I have noticed just straight on say that they are all hoaxes. I don't know. ...not saying that it is aliens, but something weird is happening out in those fields...

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posted on Nov, 9 2002 @ 10:49 PM
I have heard that some mutilations involved the enitire body of the cow to be removed, leaving the skin behind, with some green "slime" in the empty body cavity...


posted on Nov, 11 2002 @ 06:23 PM
Green slime? That sounds like a prank.

posted on Nov, 11 2002 @ 09:31 PM
I've seen a cow mutilation where it had several cuts.

One into the brain cavity (no brain left) and one into the neck (no heart left)

The heart was removed from the incision at the neck, which ran up to the jaw of the cow.

There was no blood on even the fur around the wounds...and no peices of skin of the wounds were found. It seemed to have been cauterized.

Also there was no blood on the dry grass where it lay, to move such an animal would require some dragging or a truck, but there was no truck marks either, or any kind of marks.


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posted on Aug, 3 2003 @ 02:36 PM
FreeMason, where was it that you found this cow? Sounds interesting.


posted on Aug, 3 2003 @ 04:14 PM
There have also been a few reports of similar mutilations done to humans. Below is a link to a site depicting one such incident. I also saw a show on this very same occurrence, I believe it was "in search of..." though I am not sure.

My question is why have humans and cattle been singled out?

posted on Aug, 3 2003 @ 04:20 PM

Originally posted by ID
There have also been a few reports of similar mutilations done to humans. Below is a link to a site depicting one such incident. I also saw a show on this very same occurrence, I believe it was "in search of..." though I am not sure.

My question is why have humans and cattle been singled out?

Wow! Great find! This is something we need to look into. I haven't heard of this before. Time to study.

posted on Aug, 3 2003 @ 04:51 PM
One thing to always remember about livestock mutilation stories -- rural kids get bored easily and do odd things. (appologies to any rural kids here)

Back in the early 80's, there was a brief rash of apparent alien-source mutilations in NW Pennsylvania... I participated in some of the field research. The national MUFON reaction was, of course, alien origin... but the locals all knew which 5 highschool kids were responsible... but that wasn't sexy so the MUFON people ran with the alien angle.

I'm not saying there aren't multilation events that defy explanation, but that far too many people are eager to jump to fantastic conclusions.

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