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12 January 2013

Sheep Mutilations


There exists a black market in legs of lamb according to a recent sad article in the UK Sun Newspaper where eleven sheep were butchered ALIVE by barbaric thieves. The ewes — many of them pregnant — had their hind legs cut off by a saw in a series of three night raids.

It is distressing to know that humans can do this to animals. It was, however, not long ago that UK farmers made ghastly sheep discoveries of a bizarre nature.

 Shrewsbury farmers have woken up to find several of their sheep dead by mysterious "laser" markings from an unidentified source, and presumably “experimented on”  The fuming farmers discovered the sheep dead had "neat holes" in their skulls along with the removal of several internal organs which were never discovered.

 The description of the scene of the horror is just as mysterious as it is graphic.  The farmers in Shrewsbury first witnessed mysterious lights hovering above their farms and witnessed unidentified "beams of energy" shooting down into the fields.  After the lights vanished, the farmers investigated the next morning only to discover that several of their sheep had been killed.  And the incident was one of several plaguing the region.

  Sheep had been found with their eyes removed, surface tissue stripped away with "neat precision" and internal organs removed.  The sheep were discovered completely exsanguinated.  The evidence left behind is analogous to several harrowing encounters where farmers also discovered a number of their livestock killed.  Traditionally other animals avoid the sites of these killings, often leaving large patches overgrown in mostly grazed areas for years afterward as though they were avoiding the scene of a murder that still held painful memories for the rest of them. There is fifty miles of mutilation where the incidents occur.  The area between Shrewsbury and Powys is often thought of as a ufo "hot spot" where mysterious sightings often precede or follow the incidents. But Dartmoor and the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire are other hunting grounds

 UFO hunters set up a special team to investigate and after staging a dramatic stake-out they claim to have even WITNESSED unsuspecting sheep being zapped by two of the spheres. 
 
Phil Hoyle, 53, who has spent nine years probing the riddle of livestock found killed, said of the night-time spectacle last month: “For a short while it looked more like a Star Wars battle.”
 
Next day he interviewed farmers and “all but one had had some type of unusual disappearance of animals or deaths with strange injuries”.
 
Phil — co-founder of a group calling itself the Animal Pathology Field Unit — is convinced the culprits come from another world.  The retired steelworker, who lives near Shrewsbury, Shropshire, said: “Animals are being clinically and surgically sampled by a highly advanced technology.”
 
He and members of his 15-strong team saw the UFOs at work as they spent a night at a Welsh hill farm monitoring the skies around the Radnor Forest. The spheres not only fired mysterious rays but sent out smaller versions of themselves, which he believes performed the grisly experiments.
 
He said: “The technology involved in these attacks is frightening. These lights and spheres are clearly not ours. They are built by technology and intelligence that’s not from here.”
 
Phil said of his team: “We’ve devoted our lives to carrying out serious research into the animal mutilation mystery and its connections to the increasingly reported sightings of red and orange spheres.”
  
The original article can be read here or found with  Colin Andrews who has a comprehensive list of information related to animal mutilation reports.

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