Saturday, December 15, 2018

Mutilated Deer Found at Cahokia Mound

A utility contractor was walking along the trails at the Cahokia Mounds in Illinois, east of St. Louis, on Thanksgiving day, 2018 when he came across a mutilated deer.  He saw the female deer laying on the ground in a field at the edge of the woods at approximately 11:30 a.m.

Mutilated deer found on November 22, 2018

The witness said that it looked like something from a text book on animal mutilations. He could see no signs of trauma to the body of the animal that would indicate what happened as far as a cause of death. The side facing upwards had no signs of wounds or punctures, and there was no blood found on the animal or on the ground and it did not appear that any predators had eaten on the animal, which is highly unusual. 

He asked "If the animal had been hunted illegally, then why was it not skinned?"  It does not appear the the animal was killed by a hunter, either. 

The portion that is cut out is very precise- there
are no tears or rips that would be expected from
a predator
The area around the jaw that has been cut out is typical of what we see in many animal mutilation cases. Most cases involve cattle, fewer reports are received that involve horses, sheep, dogs, cats, or other animals. It is very unusual to find a deer carcass with this type of mutilation.  

The location is notable, since there have been numerous reports of Unidentified Flying Objects and balls of light in the area in and near the Cahokia Mounds. 

Cahokia Mounds aerial view: From the Cahokia Mounds website

The Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site is the site of a pre-Columbian Native American city directly across the Mississippi River from modern St. Louis, Missouri. This historic park lies in southern Illinois between East St. Louis and Collinsville.

The witness gave me permission to use his photographs and story for this blog, but he wishes to remain anonymous. 

Margie Kay is an author, researcher, and investigator living in Kansas City, Missouri. Contact her at or 

Friday, September 30, 2016

Mutilated cow found on a remote Wisconsin ranch

A Wisconsin rancher found a mutilated dead cow on his property on September 26, 2016. The owner of the animal is a rancher who keeps some of her cows on a different ranch owned by a neighbor. On Monday the landowner saw birds flying around an area above a hill and wondered what they were doing but did not investigate. On Tuesday morning they went to investigate since the vultures were still in the area. The landowner found a cow in a pasture with a large section of her jaw and face cut with precision, and the tongue completely removed. The ear tag (number 51) was missing. No blood was found at the site and the ranchers could find no bullet holes or cause of death. The nose of the animal was placed in a cow pie. The location where the cow was found is at the top of a steep hill, which the witnesses found odd because it would have been difficult for anyone to access in order to perform the mutilation.

There were no flies around the animal, and although a coyote was watching nearby, it did not touch the cow. The owner of the cow called two veterinarians who refused to come out.  She called the police and filed a report, but they have not been looking into it, and said that they have no idea what happened. She called the Department of Natural Resources but has not heard back from them yet.

The witness said that the gates to the ranch are always closed and are wired up in a certain way which would be difficult to duplicate. No vehicle tracks were found, and the gates were not disturbed. The witnesses said that she is still very upset about the situation and contacted me after doing a search on the internet. She has never had anything like this happen to any of her animals.

The mutilated animal is a 4-year-old champion cow who was worth thousands of dollars. She was pregnant with two calves. The owner of the property moved the dead animal three days after it was found. No animals ate on the carcass.

The witness has about 13 cows at that location and about 200 cows at her ranch, and more cows at a third ranch that is 30 minutes away. She is concerned that something like this may happen again. The landowners, who have cows and a horse of their own, have set up outdoor cameras in hopes of catching evidence if something like this happens to another animal on their property. 

The landowners speculate that the incident may be related to extraterrestrials, while neighbors claim the incident must have something to do with a cult who wanted the tongue for some type of ritual. However, this does not explain the fact that there is no blood on the scene and that a cause of death could not be determined by the experienced ranchers. Since this is in a very remote location at least five miles from a highway, the ranchers said that there is a low possibility for anyone being in the area who does not live there. 
Margie Kay is a paranormal researcher, animal mutilation investigator, and author. Visit for more information. 

Friday, May 27, 2016

Bull Mutilated in Cascade, Montana June 23, 2016

A Montana rancher sent me an email and photos today regarding the death and mutilation of one of his bulls. The bull was fine on Saturday, but found dead on Monday. 

It is more unusual to find mutilated bulls than cows. The rancher described the typical findings - no blood on site, clean cuts, and commonly found missing parts. 

The following is the witnesses email to me: (with permission)


Have had an incident about 15 miles west of Cascade, MT. Don't know what else to say. I've never seen anything like it until today. I've looked online for similar occurrences and found many. Missing tongue, missing genitalia, right eyeball missing with what appears to be a burn mark below the socket, right ear cut off, anus cored out. We've determined by witnesses that this bull was alive last Saturday, but was seen dead last Monday. Today a friend (the owner) asked another friend and me to come look it over.

There is not much blood, there were no vehicle tracks, no human footprints other than those of the people who've gone to the site subsequent to the death of the animal. Another part that is consistent with other incidents I've been reading about this evening is the fact that we have a great number of coyotes and scavenger type birds out here - yet the carcass hasn't been touched. Very few flies...nearly no insects on the carcass. There is a Minuteman missile silo in plain sight from the position of the bull. I've spent the last hour reading the various reports online about these incidents and there are just too many exactly matching similarities not to send this your way. 

Photos copyrighted by the owner. 

Copyright 2016 by Margie Kay

Friday, January 15, 2016

What giant bird is at Blue Springs Lake?

A new report just came in from three witnesses who saw a gigantic bird at Blue Springs Lake (also near Lake Jacomo) in Blue Springs, Missouri. A mother and two of her grown children were driving in the area and saw a huge bird fly overhead, over trees, then swoop up and over a hill. They said that the bird was a dark brown color and did not resemble and eagle or hawk, and that the wingspan was a minimum of 10' wide.

The three witnesses checked to see if they could find the bird that they saw and could find no match.

Other reports have been received of very large birds in Missouri with wing spans up to 30'.  These other reports have been from Independence, Missouri, south of St. Louis in a rural area near the Missouri River bluffs, and another in Blue Springs. In all cases the birds have been seen near water.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Cattle Mutilation in Colorado Dec 13, 2015

Another cow mutilation was discovered by a rancher near Trinidad, Colorado. Two 1100 pound female cows were found with unusual wounds, one was dead, the the other alive but with internal injuries. The rancher contacted Chuck Zukowski to investigate. Chuck's report is here:

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Cow Mutilation in McPherson County KS Jan 3

According to the news website, a cow was found dead and mutilated on a ranch in McPherson County, Kansas on January 3. The rancher is baffled by the incident and has offered a reward to catch the perpetrator.

According the sheriff, a bull was found dead and mutilated in a nearby county two weeks prior.

The location is near 38 degrees latitude, which is where investigators have noted that animal mutilations often occur in Missouri and Colorado. Do we have another round of animal mutilations starting on this line again?

See the article here:

Margie Kay is investigating the incident and will file an update as soon as possible. 

Sunday, August 2, 2015

2011 Animal Mutilation Reported Today


A rancher from Clinton, Missouri called today to report two animal mutilations that occurred in December of 2011. The rancher did file a report with the Sheriff and called the local news station.The reporter called but did not visit the site.

The rancher found the first cow on a Thursday morning in December of 2011 with her tail severed and lying on the ground next to the animal, and the anus seemingly cored out. There was no blood and there were no other injuries.

The next morning the rancher found the entire herd gathered around in a circle and was suspicious that another cow had been killed. He walked to the area and found a second cow lying dead on the ground, but with more severe injuries and missing udder, part of the jaw cut out, one eye cut out and the tongue missing. There was no blood on the animal or on the ground.

The rancher found no tracks on the property from vehicles, and the locked gates were undisturbed. Both animals were moved to another location at the back of the property to decompose. Notably, the other cows have not gone near the decomposing bodies of the animals or the locations where they bodies were found. Additionally, no scavenger birds or animals ate on the carcasses, which the rancher says is very odd.

Margie Kay is the editor of Un-X News Magazine and host of Un-X News Radio Show