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Cattle Mutilations

Cattle mutilations are a very strange phenomenon, after investigation of the bodies, it has been found that they were had been totally drained of blood and that there was none found around the area that the body was found in. There are also no signs of a struggle, footprints or tire tracks to be found. In most of the cases reported, the farmers reported nothing strange the night before the cattle were found.

The typical cattle mutilation has shown repeatedly, huge oval shaped incisions around the jaw bone and in most cases the exposed jaw is completely removed, and the tongue removed from a precise incision deep in the throat. Also observed is the additional removal of at least one eyeball, the udders on the female are also usually found removed as well as the sexual organs on both sexes.

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All organ removal and incisions are done with surgical precision, and in some cases the evidence of cauterization along the incision lines. This has led investigators to believe the use of some sort of high heat cutting device, such as a high-powered surgical laser, had been used.

Bones were also clearly cut with no bone fragments around the cuts. UFOs and strange "Black" unmarked helicopters have been linked with these mutilations since they have been sighted at the same time in the same area where the mutilated cattle had been found. Another strange fact is that there has never been a conviction of a human accused of committing such a cruel and hideous act in cases such as these.

Why take cattle? A possible explanation may be that cattle blood is so similar to humans that it can be used in the lab to create human blood plasma. Indicating the aliens may be studying the cattle, to find out more about us.

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