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Cattle mutilations are the unexplained killings of various animals, most notably cattle. The killings are often performed under highly unusual circumstances. Unexplained animal mutilations occur worldwide and appear to have happened throughout human history.[1]

United States[edit | edit source]


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Cattle mutilations were prevalent from 1973 to 1983 in the United States. They were reported on in newspaper and magazine stories, including a documentary produced by Linda Moulton Howe for the Denver CBS affiliate. Mutilations included the removal of genitals, rectums cored out to the colon, eyes missing and the tongue and throat cut with extreme surgical precision. The incisions were made cutting between the cells, actually separating molecular structure. This is why no blood was found at all, yet there was no vascular collapse.

Mutilations have been the subject of two independent federal investigations in the United States. In the 1970 cattle mutilation investigations, Linda Moulton Howe reported that the FBI have officially used "Satanic cult activity" as a cover for what officials have been unable to properly identify. Off the record, some officers have, and perhaps jokingly, stated 'extraterrestrial responsibility'.

Betsey Lewis author of Angels, Aliens and Prophecy II: The Angel-Alien Agenda has found in her studies of cattle mutilations, that mutilations always seem to occur near US military bases (Compare Dugway sheep incident, the killing of six-thousand sheep in Utah).

Linda Godfrey reports paranormal mutilations of smaller animals like raccoons and badgers, and missing tagged dear in Wisconsin, in her March 29, 2017 interview with Scott Helmer.[2]

Montana mutilations[edit | edit source]

In 2006, a series of cattle mutilations were happening in Great Falls, Montana. Great Falls Tribune described one report this way:

”The cow's udder, genitals and rectum were cut out with stunning precision. The left side of her face was carved off, the exposed bones stripped as clean as if they'd been boiled.”[3]

John Rhodes assisted law enforcement officials in several Montana cattle mutilation cases from 2006 to 2007.[4][5] The investigations led him to conclude that the mutilation "surgeons" were attempting to direct the public's attention to the dangers of MRSA-like pathenogenic diseases[6] that spread from pig feeding operations.[7]

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