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Earth Mysteries: Cattle Mutilation

Updated on August 30, 2011

There are many reports around the world of cattle being mutilated. Yet, law enforcement, ranchers, and government officials have seen time and time again but still are unable to come up with an explanation as to why these cattle are being mutilated.

The earliest reported case of cattle mutilations came in the early nineteen seventies. According to the witness they were passing down a long road in Sothern New Mexico and a storm was rolling in behind them. They started to smell the awful sent of death and decay in the air. When they stopped, they took a closer look at the cattle that lay dead on the side of the road. Thinking it must have been hit or died of natural causes they were very surprised that the eyes were gone. Not only where the eyes removed but after a little closer examination the sexual organs were removed and the tongue was removed with very precise precision. On top of it all there was no blood in the animal it was like someone came and just took some parts drained it of blood and left it.

These reports of cattle having parts removed and there blood drained have become very common around the world. Yet, everyone is still at a loss as to what may be causing it there are theories of course from satanic worshippers, aliens, as well as government secret projects. The reality though no matter what is causing these unusual mutilations to occur to the bovine population it is causing many headaches for those that have to deal with it.

The reports of mutilations from California to Kansas all the way to Minnesota are just multiplying overnight no one seems to have any answers. But they soon have a lot of questions. These cows were studied at the university and found to have advanced technology to have removed these organs so precisely.

What else is disconcerting is that there are normally very high readings of radiation near the animals that are left. Then watching the cattle stay there scavengers will not even go near it no matter how hungry. There are no footprints leading to the cattle or away from them. There are mysterious black helicopters observed in the area after a cow is found. The evidence suggest that the cows were taken from there habitat and then mutilated and dropped somewhere completely different. Why would someone go to so much trouble? It has been noticed that the DNA sequence in Bovines is very similar to human DNA could this be the hidden link?

With so much strangeness from UFOS being spotted prior to cattle being found and high radiation and not to mention all the unusual surgically precise taking of different organs we may never know the true outcome of this very strange Earth mystery.


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    Hello, hello, 

    7 years ago from London, UK

    You got me all excited and now we stll don't know the answer. lol

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    Diana Owens 

    7 years ago from My Little Hole In The Wall, HubPages, USA

    Hi kadmiels,

    Fun Hub! At least for me, anyway. (: I've always been fascinated with this kind of thing.

    Did you know that a well respected veterinarian tried to debunk the whole "surgical precision" theory by saying it was insects moving in to eat the softest parts of the animal first? Namely, the eyes, genitals etc. This is true. Insects will do that...BUT, how does she explain the "insect theory" in the dead of a freezing winter in Minnesota with no insects to be found? ...hmmm? And what about the drained blood and other bodily fluids? And how about the fact that coyotes and even vultures won't go anywhere near these mutliated animals?

    Quite a conundrum.

    Great Hub. I'm gonna go see what else you've got. (:

    peace to you...always,


    p.s. I just now realized that in your second picture, it looks like there is a cow or other large critter on top of the telephone pole. Is that what it is? If it is, and it's not a doctored photograph... freaky.


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