Holy Cattle Mutilations Batman!

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I would like to share an experience I had back in either the summer of ’94
or ’95. Unfortunately, it has been a while since this happened so the details
are kind of fuzzy. I was working part time for a rancher in northern Colorado,
doing odd jobs around his property. One afternoon I was out back mowing down
the weeds in his horse pasture. As I was mowing I noticed a dead cow laying on
the ground in the pasture of the property adjacent to where I was. I got off
the tractor and climbed over the fence to get a closer look.

http://channelingmyself.com/wp-includes/js/tinymce/plugins/wordpress/img/trans.gifWhat I had found was basically a
mutilated cow. It was younger, not fully grown, and was lying on the ground
under a tree. It didn’t appear to have been there very long; there was no
rotting smell and no blood on the ground. The carcass hadn’t started to decay so
my best guess is that it was only a day or two old. It fit the classic example
of a mutilated cow. The eyes and tongue appeared to have been cut out, the anal
region was cored out, and there were small circular holes on the underbelly
that looked like they were burnt off. There was a long cut down the abdomen and
the guts had been removed. And if I remember correctly one of the ears was

At that time in my life I had been doing some research on cattle mutilations
in Colorado so you can imagine my excitement when I actually happened to find
one! I notified the wife of my employer, she in turned called her neighbor who
owned the cow. I led her to where the cow was located and she took a couple of
pictures with her camera. We discussed what I had found and I shared with her
what I had already been researching about cattle mutilations. As far as I know,
the owner of the cow removed the carcass and never notified any authorities.

To this day I can’t definitively say who or what was responsible for
mutilating that cow. There are many theories that try to explain these
mutilations including natural predators, cults, our own government, and lastly
extraterrestrial involvement. I would like to share with you my opinion on
these theories.

Let’s start with the natural predator theory. I am by no means an expert in
the fields of animal biology or predatory behaviors. However, I can honestly
say that what I saw did not look natural in any way. If predators had gotten to
this cow and started to eat away why was there no blood? Why would the tongue
have been removed in what appeared to be in a surgical manner? Why was the anal
region hollowed out? It just seems to be that if the cause was related to
predators this would have looked more barbaric.

I really don’t put much thought into the cult theory basically because I
don’t believe people involved with a cult would be able to pull off such a feat
without getting caught. Also, how would they be able to remove parts of the cow
without getting blood everywhere, unless they performed the massacre in a
different location and brought the cow back. Again, this would make for too
many opportunities to be noticed.

Now the theory that our government is performing these experiment makes a
little more sense, however, I find one major flaw to the idea. If you have ever
researched this phenomenon you will know that a lot of these mutilations happen
in remote places. If some group within our government was abducting cattle and
taking them somewhere to perform top secret experiments why on earth would they
bring the cows back to where they got them? Wouldn’t returning to the scene of
the crime just open up more possibilities to being discovered? Wouldn’t it just
be easier to discard the dismembered bodies by incinerating them? I mean if
they are removing the cows to do experiments at a remote location why not just
dispose of them in the same manner.

Lastly, that leaves us with the theory that
aliens did it. To me this seems to be the most logical explanation out of the
others. Of course, belief in this theory requires a belief that aliens are
visiting earth. If aliens really are visiting earth and wanted to know more
about environmental impacts on life could they find this out by what is going
on with cattle mutilations? If there was some sort of genetic findings they
were after could they find this out through cows? I guess there is no certain
answer to explain all the cattle mutilations, in the end we are stuck with our
own opinions.