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Georgia sheriff investigates mysterious cattle mutilations

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Authorities in northeast Georgia have a mystery on their hands after two cows were found mutilated, with neatly-cut circles sliced into their rear ends.

Harold Edge told investigators he found one of his Black Angus cows dead a few weeks ago. 

The dead cow was found with a precise circular cut to its anus, which led Edge to rule out an animal attack.  

However, he didn't go to police with his concerns until January 6, when he found another one of his cows dead and with the same wound.   


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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3401574/Georgia-sheriff-investigates-mysterious-cattle-mutilations.html#ixzz3xNboPRvY 
 

I wonder what happened to these cows.  This is another strange case. Seems like someone was precise with the cutting. There are reports in local news in GA about this also. 

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This phenomenon - like crop circles - has been going on for quite some time.  Why would anyone do this to a living animal?  As a matter of fact, if you know cattle, they get spooked easily and especially at night, so how would a person be able to do this?  Tests need to be done to examine the blood of the animals and see if any type of drug was used.

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20 minutes ago, FalkeAuge said:

This phenomenon - like crop circles - has been going on for quite some time.  Why would anyone do this to a living animal?  As a matter of fact, if you know cattle, they get spooked easily and especially at night, so how would a person be able to do this?  Tests need to be done to examine the blood of the animals and see if any type of drug was used.

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When I read the story earlier today I thought the same thing. The cattle had to have been drugged other wise there is no way they could have done this.

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Hmmm, this is not too terribly far from my neck of the woods.

I think I'll keep my eyes (and a couple cameras) pointed to the sky.

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