Cattle mutilations

In 1967, when the Pueblo Chieftain in Pueblo, Colorado published a story about a horse named Lady who was mutilated in mysterious circumstances, which was then picked up by the wider press and distributed nationwide. In the Fall of 1973, farmers in started Minnesota and Kansas reporting mutilated cattle and in 1976, 15 states, from Montana and South Dakota in the north, to New Mexico and Texas in the south.

The circumstances surrounding the deaths were different then anything the local police had ever investigated. At this time, the blame for the mutilations was placed on Satanic cults. Soon, reports of cattle mutilations spread throughout the Midwest United States and even into Canada. 

The cattle mutilation phenomena claimed the lives of over 10,000 head of cattle by 1979. Colorado, Wyoming, Texas, Alabama, Puerto Rico, Canada, and as far away as South America, have been home to such mutilations. The purpose of these grotesque and strange occurrences still remains a mystery. 

The first human victim was Sgt. Jonathan P. Louette at the White Sands Missile Test Range in 1956, who was found three days after an Air Force Major had witnessed his abduction by a “disk shaped” object at 03:00 while on a search for missile debris downrange.  His genitals had been removed, rectum cored out in a surgically precise “plug” up to the colon, eyes removed and all blood removed with, again, no vascular collapse. 

In 1998, a documented photographic evidence emerged that involved a human being being mutilated outside of Sao Paulo, Brazil. An autopsy report concluded the procedure occurred while the victim was still alive, and the associated pain resulted in cardiac arrest. The victim’s identity was kept private.