Thursday, August 1, 2013

More Witnesses Come Forward Regarding Cow Mutilations in MIssouri

After the recent release of the three cow mutilations on one ranch in Henry County, Missouri, other people have come forward to report their own cases.  Margie Kay received several calls on July 31, 2013 from ranchers or others who had similar experiences with their animals.

July 31, 2013: A rancher near the same ranch named above reported two dead and mutilated cows on her property in the past couple of days.  No further details are available as of yet - we are waiting for a return phone call.

July 25, 2013: A witness to a UFO event reports seeing a UFO in Northern Arkansas off of I-49 (Old 71 Hwy) just over the Missouri state line.  The witness and passenger stopped to view the UFO, which was hoovering in a nearby field.  As they got out of the car a raccoon came running from the area where the UFO was located and into the street. The animal's left front leg was cut off and apparently cauterized.  The couple attempted to capture the animal but were unsuccessful.  Their attention was once again turned towards the UFO and they lost sight of the animal. Margie suggested they report the UFO incident to

2010: A representative from a Missouri Livestock Auction reports that he spoke to a couple from Harrisonville, Missouri who found three healthy Black Angus cows mutilated on their property on the same day.  No further details are available at this time.  

April or May, 1975: A rancher near Cole Camp, Missouri reported that two healthy young Black Angus cows were found mutilated on his property in the spring of 1975.  He remembers the event as if it were yesterday.  The man was 17 years of age at the time, and was driving a four-wheeler through the 120 acre ranch when he happened upon the dead animals.  The owners called law enforcement and the State Fair, who in turn called the State Veterinarian to investigate the incident.  The veterinarian said that he could not explain the precise, surgical cuts on the animal or the cause of death.  The compete udders, anus', and vulva were surgically removed.  No blood or fluids were found on the ground near the animals, who were in close proximity to each other.  The incident was reported in the Sedalia Democrat newspaper, however, the newspaper reported that the cows were killed by coyotes, rather than stating that the incident was unexplained.