Truly deserving of the title "freaky phenomena"
Out of all the freaky phenomena in the world, one of the most puzzling is the topic of cattle mutilations. And even though many cases and symptoms of cattle mutilations have been debunked over the years, there continue to be cases that simply do not fit the standard pattern. When it comes to cattle mutilations, there are definitely far more questions than answers.
What differentiates a case of cattle mutilation from a plain old dead cow? First, organs may have been removed with seemingly surgical precision (not the slashing wounds you would expect from an animal attack). Sometimes it appears that the wounds were made by lasers, complete with scorched and cauterized flesh around the edges of the cuts. Frequently, there is no blood at the scene, as though the animal had been killed and bled elsewhere before its body was dumped. There is never any sign of a struggle, nor tracks from a predator that might have done the deed. To all appearances, the animal was abducted, killed, had bits removed, then dumped back on the original landowner's property.
For example, many of the mutilated corpses have evidently been dropped from a great height, as demonstrated by broken bones on the bottom of the corpse. In other cases - as was the situation with a recent report - broken tree branches directly above the corpse, as though the cow's body had been dropped through the tree from above.
Although your first thought might be to UFOs and tractor beams, most sightings of airborne craft in conjunction with cattle mutilations involve the seemingly ubiquitous black helicopters. Are these just aliens in disguise? (After all, it's somewhat less conspicuous to pilot a black helicopter around than a UFO.) Or could it be either our own government or a shadow government conducting these bizarre killings? Or are the black helicopters "the good guys" who are flying around doing their own investigation on the abductions and mutilations? We have no way of knowing, but it seems that black helicopters and cattle mutilations go together like peanut butter and jelly.
The question remains, who would want parts of our cattle? And why? And if they wanted them so badly, why go to all the trouble to abduct and carve up cattle? Why not just buy the parts you need from any slaughterhouse or butcher shop in the country? Many sources have pointed the blame on the U.S. Government, but surely it would be cheaper for the Feds to just raise or buy their own cattle than to fly around stealing random cattle from the landscape.
Definitely a lot of weirdness going on out there!