SAN LUIS, Colo. (AP) – A creepy string of calf mutilations in southern Colorado has a rancher and sheriff’s officials mystified.

Four calves were found dead in a pasture just north of the New Mexico state line in recent weeks. The dead calves had their skins peeled back and organs cleared from the rib cage. One calf had its tongue removed. But rancher Manuel Sanchez has found no signs of human attackers, such as footprints or ATV tracks. And there are no signs of an animal attack by a coyote or mountain lion. Usually predators leave pools of blood or drag marks from carrying away the livestock.

Two officers from the Costilla County Sheriff’s Office have investigated the mutilations but say they don’t know what’s killing the calves. “There’s nothing really to go by,” said Sanchez, who’s ranched for nearly 50 years. “I can’t figure it out.” A spokesman for the sheriff’s office told The Pueblo Chieftain that investigators doubt a person butchered the calves because there is no blood at the scene.

“I’ve butchered a cow before and I know what kind of a mess it leaves,” Sgt. James Chavez said.

Some in the area believe the mutilations are the work of aliens. An area UFO chaser, Chuck Zukowski of Colorado Springs, has been to the Costilla County pasture to investigate. He told the paper there have been other unexplained calf mutilations in the area, including three in March. One of the other calves, found dead on a ranch near Trinidad, had its ears removed, Zukowski said.

As far as I’m concerned no one has ever been able to explain this.

  1. RBG says:

    How much time does it take for light to travel a billion light years anyway?


  2. soundwash says:

    #26, -doh!

    #32 RBG said:

    How much time does it take for light to travel a billion light years anyway?

    Meh, it’s a non-issue. if you make a small effort, you can search and find that it has been proven time again that the speed of light is not the speed limit of all “things” in the universe,

    -and that faster than light travel is possible.

    The only thing Einstien did for us is make sure our minds stayed remained in a box and stuck in the 19th century.

    Find some lectures on google video by Stan Deyo. He’s an ex-military physicists with top secret clearance,
    that has direct experience with FTL and in some of his lectures, he does a pretty decent job of explaining how things of this nature function.

    There are many others, but he’s not dry and has a decent sense of humour that keeps the lay person from reaching for the “remote” so ta

    To bad we (the U.S.) are pretty much the only G-7 nation that has yet to begin to release our “X-Files” and still vehemently deny any existence of ET’s/UFO’s etc, -and have a large population that still ridicules even the thought..

    No doubt, we’ll end up being the last nation to be introduced ET’s. {in a friendly manner] -as i’m sure our US Space Command probably maintains a spacewar with any locals “out there” -just in case by some warped miracle, world peace breaks out on earth, they will still have an excuse to raise next year’s Budget request.


    ps, rounded, light travels at 186,000 miles per second. -Do the Math.

    [start->run-> type: calc -and hit enter] :O

  3. Don Quixote says:

    It’s a test of my new cheap funeral body disposal plan. ..

    When you bring your loved one to me for disposal I spread it out on the front lawn for mourner/gawkers to come over and check out.
    After the checking phase, I shove it down a tube packed with explosive gas, from where it is launched into space, or as close to space as it will go up. .. If it reenters prematurely and falls with a loud “whump” in someone yard during a BBQ, they can wave their arms around and praise god for the fresh meat.

  4. Obamaforever says:

    From: Obamaforever

    To; Lou Minatti (see post #15)

    Lou, you are correct when you state that birds caused the so-called “cattle mutilations”.

    McCullough, it looks like you removed my previous post. You are such a cry baby.

  5. Animby says:

    # 32 RBG said,”How much time does it take for light to travel a billion light years anyway?”

    As usual Soundwash gave a detailed answer that showed he did not understand the question. The actual answer is: A billion years

    I’m sure he also did not understand you had your tongue firmly in your cheek – err – your finger firmly in your fist? – as you asked the question.

  6. douger says:

    I have a co-researcher, with whom I have figured it out. Prior to the latest findings near San Luis, CO, there is a rancher west of there by 20 or so miles, who, while riding fence on his ranch, found a very similar mutilation. However, there was snow on the ground, and very distinct sasquatch footprints (spores) all around. Now we all know that sasquatches are not from this earth, but are outcasts from another planet, and arrive here as their penalty. When they do, they are ravenously hungry, after light years of travel. It explains the mysterious lights, and, since they have been quoted as saying that cow anus “tastes just like chickin”, there you have it!


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