Tuesday, April 19, 2011

8,000 cow abductions reported in southern U.S. sent White House into a panic

Close encounters of a herd kind: Farmers continue to believe their cattle are being targeted by extraterrestrial beingsCows were sacrificed by aliens sending the White House into a panic declassified FBI files have revealed.

It is claimed that more than 8,000 cows were abducted by UFOs before they were mutilated and thrown back down to earth over the southern United States during the 1970s.

The memo is one of thousands of previously unreleased classified files that the bureau has made public in a new online resource called The Vault.

The files detail how the aliens took trophies from their victims in the form of body parts and in some cases they drained the animals entirely of their blood.

One investigator's theory was that 'these animals are picked up by aircraft, mutilated elsewhere and returned and dropped from aircraft.

'Identical mutilations have been taking place all over the south west. whoever is responsible is well organised with boundless technology, financing and secrecy.'

When news of the cow abductions reached the White House in 1979, there was fear.

'The materials sent to me indicate one of the strangest phenomenon in my memory,' said the then US Attorney General Griffin Bell in a letter to senator Harrison Schmitt, according to The Sun newspaper.

Mr Schmitt represented New Mexico, where countless incidents were reported at a ranch in Dulce, a small town in the north of the State.

In one case an 11-month old bull was dropped close to someone's house from an aircraft and its sex organs had been removed.

The police report about the incident said: 'The bull sustained visible bruises around the brisket seeming to indicate that a strap was used to life and lower the animal from the aircraft... flesh underneath the hide was pinkish in colour.

'A probably explanation for the pinkish blood is a control type of radiation used to kill the animal... both the liver and the heart were mushy. Both organs had the texture and consistency of peanut butter.'

FBI agents were dispatched to farms across the country upon reports to probe the abductions.

A report from the farm in Dulce during 1976 said that a suspect aircraft had landed and left three pod marks in a triangular shape.

A further report commissioned in 1979 added: 'The Department of Justice advised that their criminal division has been aware of the phenomenon of animals being mutilated in a manner that would indicate such acts were performed by persons as part of a ritual or ceremony.'

The FBI added that other possible theories for the mutilation of the animals was as a result of biological warfare or 'unidentified objects' were to blame.
The documents about the cows is just one among thousands of files released by the FBI. ...

via 8,000 cow abductions reported in southern U.S. sent White House into a panic | Mail Online.

I researched this ten years ago when it was news. I poked around in Dulce and got stopped by a bunch of heavily armed men at a roadblock on the way out of town. During another adventure, I examined and photographed a mutilated cow that was being guarded(?) for some reason by men with uniforms and guns near Mt. Shasta.

I do not think aliens are involved. The truth, I believe, is more frightening than aliens.  The answer to this mystery can be found by searching for the dog that does not bark.  What is an obvious thing you would expect to find associated with an investigation of this phenomena? You won't find it. When you ask why, you will see the rabbit hole. My advice: Don't go down it. There are things with teeth in there. Big things. Big teeth. This is not a game.


Marjorie Kaye said...

Xeno--don't do that--you're spooking me out.

Xeno said...

Don't get more spooked out than you can comfortably enjoy... There is always a cover story to believe. The men guarding the cow told me it was hit by lightning, for example. And the men at the roadblock in Dulce said they were checking for poachers, people hunting without a license. ;-)

I was warned when I started researching, but I didn't listen. So, now I return the favor. Now, I'm appointed lighthouse keeper. Most persistent and serious researchers: jagged rocks ahead, skulls and bones and people dead! If answers to this riddle rattles, dark sparks eat the holes in cattle.

Ian C. said...

So vampires in New Mexico? or is it the usual satanic bunh of bored miscreants with a penchant for blood?