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    Huff Post: The Strange Phenomena of Animal Mutilations

    A new article from the Huffington Post on the topic of animal Mutilations: (Thanks to Will Holinshead for the head up on this.)

    "The Strange Phenomena of Animal Mutilations

    By Darren Perks


    Reports of inexplicably mutilated animal carcasses have been around for years in the UK and around the world.


    Some linked to strange moving lights and extra-terrestrial beings and even silent 'black' helicopters.


    So what is the truth behind these stories, and just what are animal mutilations?

    The first time in modern history we really hear about these strange animal deaths is 1967 in Colorado. A young colt is found dead and stripped of flesh from the neck upwards. The animals brain, spine and internal chest organs were all removed with incredible precision. The animal had been completely drained of blood with no blood stains around the dead animal and no signs of foul play. When tissue samples from the animal were examined, vets and doctors were shocked to discover that the flesh had a darkened colour. This was as if the flesh had been opened and cauterised or burnt apart by a high heat source, and it was almost as if it had been done by a modern day laser. Another mystery was the absence of any tracks from vehicles, humans or other animals any where near the carcass."

    Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/darr...&ir=Weird+News
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    Reader beware: - It has been brought to my attention that the author of this article (above) has been less than truthful in his previous writings. Apparently he as also plagiarised several researchers, publishing their work as his own, without attribution and without permission.
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