Online UFO hunters are sharing hilarious images purporting to show aliens in a flying saucer UFO abducting a cow from a farm in Montana. The images first uploaded to YouTube on February 29, 2016 (see below) purportedly show a bovine victim being lifted into the air with a tractor beam and transported into a hovering UFO at an undisclosed location in Montana, U.S.
In a post to his blog UFO Sightings Daily, alien and UFO conspiracy theorist Scott Waring claims that alien cow abduction and cattle mutilation reports have been shown to be true, implying that the images could be genuine.
According to Waring, "most of the incidents have really happened and the animals were surgically opened with parts missing.""I am currently looking for the person who posted these photo, till then, what do you think?" he writes.
As Waring notes, there have been reported incidents of cattle abduction and cattle mutilation -- also termed bovine excision -- since the first cases were reported in the late 1800s by a Kansas farmer.
While skeptics claim that Kansas farmer Alexander Hamilton's strange tales of cattle abduction, first reported by the media in 1897, have been proved to be a hoax, fantastic claims of aliens spiriting cattle away in UFOs have come from around the world, mostly from North and South America. Equally baffling are stories of livestock, including cattle, sheep and goats, allegedly mutilated by aliens with bloodless excisions.The typical case of alien cattle mutilation involves killing and mutilation of farm animals with bloodless excisions in which a body part or organ, such as a chunk of flesh, eyeballs, tongues and genitals are removed.
Reports about cattle abduction and mutilation first came to public awareness in the 1960s in Pennsylvania and Kansas. There was a sudden dramatic increase in reported incidents during the 1970s, following a mysterious case involving a horse called Lady in 1967.
Public concern about cattle mutilation peaked after more than 130 cases were reported in Colorado in the early 1970s, forcing the FBI to launch an investigation. The FBI issued a report in 1979 that revealed that more than 8,000 abduction and mutilation cases were reported in Colorado in the 1970s causing losses of more than $1 million.
FBI files declassified in 2011 reveal that detailed reports submitted to the White House about cattle abduction and mutilation cases in the 1970s -- most of which came from the Southwestern U.S. -- caused panic.
Investigators speculated that UFOs were picking up animals, mutilating them and dropping them at locations far from where they were picked up. According to then U.S. Attorney General Griffin Bell in a letter to Senator Harrison Schmitt, "The materials sent to me indicate one of the strangest phenomenon in my memory."
He was referring to detailed reports by field investigators which concluded that "Identical mutilations have been taking place all over the south west. Whoever is responsible is well organized with boundless technology, financing and secrecy."
A ranch in Dulce, New Mexico, was identified as a cattle abduction and mutilation hotspot after literally hundreds of cases were reported at the ranch in 1976. FBI agents dispatched to investigate reported that a UFO that left a triangular three-pod mark appeared to have landed at the ranch.
A particularly bizarre case at the ranch involved an 11-month old bull that was whisked away by a UFO and then apparently dropped from the air close to a private residential after its sexual reproductive organs had been removed.
According to the report on the case by spooked police investigators, "The bull sustained visible bruises around the brisket seeming to indicate that a strap was used to lift and lower the animal from the aircraft... flesh underneath the hide was pinkish in color."
"A probably explanation for the pinkish blood is a control type of radiation used to kill the animal," the report continued. "Both the liver and the heart were mushy. Both organs had the texture and consistency of peanut butter."The cause of the incidents remains a mystery and skeptics have been challenged to provide an alternative explanation to the claim by enthusiasts that the cases involved aliens in UFOs conducting genetic and biological experiments on animals.
Alternative explanations that have been offered include activity by satanic and related cults, secret government projects and well-funded pranksters. Some crytpozoologists have suggested the cattle may have been attacked by cyrptid predators, such as the legendary Chupacabra.
It is alleged that human abductees are also sometimes subjected to similar procedures as part of medical, biological and genetic experimentation by abducting aliens. Some alien abductees report painful experiences while others report that the procedures were painless.
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