December 19, 2018
5 Bulls Found Dead in Oregon; Then the Story Gets Weird……
Oct. 1, 2019 at 9:38 pm Updated Oct. 2, 2019 at 5:55 pm
The Associated Press
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The first dead bull was found in a timbered ravine in Eastern Oregon. There was no indication it had been shot, attacked by predators or eaten poisonous plants.
The animal’s sex organs and tongue had been removed. All the blood was gone. In the next few days, four more Hereford bulls were found within 1.5 miles (2.5 kilometers) in the same condition. There were no tracks around the carcasses.
Ranch management and law enforcement suspect that someone killed the bulls. Ranch hands have been advised to travel in pairs and to go armed.
Ever since the bulls were found over several days in July, Harney County sheriff’s Deputy Dan Jenkins has received many calls and emails from people speculating what, or who, might be responsible.
The theories range from scavengers such as carrion bugs eating the carcasses to people attacking the animals to cause financial harm to ranchers. Jenkins, who is leading the investigation that also involves state police, has run into only dead ends and has no witnesses.
“If anyone has concrete information or knows of any cases that have been solved in the past, that would definitely be helpful,” he said. Colby Marshall, vice president of the Silvies Valley Ranch that owned the bulls, has another theory: “We think that this crime is being perpetuated by some sort of a cult.”
The case recalls mutilations of livestock across the U.S. West and Midwest in the 1970s that struck fear in rural areas. Thousands of cattle and other livestock ranging from Minnesota to New Mexico were found dead with their reproductive organs and sometimes part of their faces removed.
Ranchers began carrying guns. Folks said helicopters had been heard around the kill sites. A federal agency canceled an inventory by helicopter of its lands in Colorado, worried that it would get shot down.
A couple of U.S. senators urged the FBI to investigate, according to FBI documents. After saying it lacked jurisdiction, the FBI agreed to investigate cases on tribal lands. But the mutilations stopped.Former FBI agent Kenneth Rommel, who headed the investigation, said there was no indication that anything other than common predators were responsible.
Cases have emerged sporadically since then. In the 1980s, a few cows were found dead and mutilated in eastern Oregon. More recently, there have been cases on a ranch near Flagstaff, Arizona.
Some of the mutilations can be attributed to natural causes. An animal drops dead, the blood pools at the bottom of the carcass, it bloats, and the skin dries out and splits. The tears often appear surgical. Carrion bugs, birds and other scavengers go for the soft tissues.
Dave Bohnert, director of Oregon State University’s Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center in Burns, said he believes people killed the most recent bulls because there is no indication they were felled by predators or had eaten poisonous plants.
However, the state of the carcasses could be attributable to nature, said Bohnert, who is not officially investigating the case.
If people killed the bulls, a motive could be to financially harm the ranch, he said, noting that breeding bulls cost thousands of dollars each, and the 100-plus calves each of them sire are collectively worth much more.
Marshall doubts it was a malicious attack on the ranch, which employs 75 people, many from local communities. Silvies Valley Ranch covers 140,000 acres (57,000 hectares) of deeded and leased National Forest lands around a mile above sea level.
In 2006, a wealthy veterinarian bought the ranch and made it a combination working ranch and an elite destination resort. It has four golf courses, a spa, shooting ranges, fishing and luxury cabins going for up to $849 per night.
Marshall suspects the bulls were killed to get the organs of the free-ranging bulls for some reason. The bull parts would be available cheaply or free at a slaughterhouse, but he believes some people are going to a lot of trouble to get these parts on the range.
There’s no sign that scavengers removed the organs of the bull.
W. O. Belfield, Jr.
December 3, 2019
My uncle who lived way out in the country told me about finding cattle in a similar condition in the 1980s. Strange but real phenomenon. What are the theories on what is done with the missing parts?
Aliens, traitors and mortal enemies would oppose me and attack me but not my loved ones, my family, my countrymen or my allies.
May 3, 2020
By chance I just happened to see in the last two days two videos on YouTube that definitely say that UFOs are to blame for some of the mutilations...
Linda Moulton Howe - A Hidden Alien Language within Binary Codes Could Reveal The ET Agenda
Mar 5, 2020
Zohar StarGate TV
The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch: AMAZING UFO FOOTAGE CAPTURED (Season 1) | History
May 21, 2020
The first video is most applicable. At [01:24] she says law enforcement told her outright that the cattle mutilations were being done by "creatures from outer space", and at [28:50] she said ranchers saw lights in sky, beams coming from those craft that actually picked up and then put down cows, and that the cows were found to have been dissected upon their return to the ground. You can't get much better than that, unless you want video proof, part of which is shown in the second video.
In the second video one of the cows that was mutilated was captured on video during the daytime and they played back the video of the cow when it was alive and sitting on the ground during the day. At one point the cow begins to sit up, and that is the same moment when a UFO is seen overhead. The UFO then took off. That doesn't mean the UFO did it, but that extraordinary coincidental timing highly suggests it did--later on that night.
Why are UFOs doing mutilations? See the first video again. At the Roswell crash site three other craft were found, one of which was full of specimen jars containing small animals. Just like the "Predator" movie series, it seems that aliens are very interested in taking animal specimens from our planet, human and animal alike. Of course they are. If you believe the story about Eisenhower's treaty with the Grays, then you know the Grays are very interested in obtaining human specimens, so much so that they traded their advanced technology for permission to abduct humans for that purpose.
That doesn't mean other groups aren't mutilating cows, as well. I've heard that Satanists do that, too, but to me there is a lot of evidence now pointing toward UFOs as being the main culprit, which has been long suspected. By the way, I have *not* seen the recent movie about Skinwalker Ranch, and I don't really want to. The only reason I watched the video above on that topic is that I kept seeing that name in YouTube recommendations, so I thought I'd check it out to see what it was about. Wow, that's one place I would not visit, not even to investigate. The super weird things that go on there suggest some very evil entity/entities are at work there.
How do I watch so many videos? Easy: I have lots of time due to COVID-19 lockdowns and having lost my job, so when I work on my computer I have YouTube playing in the background, even if I'm not watching it, so that practice allows me to get through loads of video per day without burning up a lot of dedicated watching time. It's a good trick that I recommend for getting saturated with loads of information on topics of interest to you. I take notes when I hear something of interest, so I can later find my notes and the YouTube link whenever I want to reference something I heard, as I did in this thread.