13 April 2010, JellyBean @ 7:39 am

Emmy Award Winning journalist, Linda Moulton Howe, investigates the recent sheep mutilations reported in the UK news.

“A retired police officer saw a fleet of six red-orange spheres
on New Year’s Eve (December 31, 2009) that were approximately
30 to 50 feet in diameter” in the Radnor Forest area of sheep mutilations.”

– Phil Hoyle, U. K. Animal Pathology Field Unit

“How do you catch a sheep at that time of the night (April 5, 2010) in the dark
and butcher them like this? It’s got to be somebody who knew what
they were doing.”
– Kay Thompson, Hamsterley, Durham, U. K.

April 13, 2010 Radnor Forest, Shropshire, U. K. – In January and February 2010, the British Animal Pathology Field Unit (APFU) led by Phil Hoyle and Mike Freebury investigated three, bloodless sheep mutilations in the Radnor Forest area of Wales (red circle in above map). A year ago in March 2009, the men also investigated the bloodless mutilation of four ewes on the same farm.

Now in the first week of April 2010, a dozen young sheep were discovered cut up bizarrely on the Low Weatherhill Farm in Hamsterley, Durham, in northern England. The owner, Kay Thompson, said the animals had been skinned, gutted and decapitated. “How do you catch a sheep at that time of the night, in the dark, and butcher them like this? It’s got to be somebody who knew what they were doing.” The April 2010 killings are not classic mutilations, such as the Radnor Forest, Wales, sheep deaths or the bloodless excisions of ears, eyes, jaw flesh, tongue, genitals and rectums that characterize the worldwide animal mutilation phenomenon reported in both hemispheres for the past half century. But these strange April sheep deaths resonate with the question: who or what is killing and mutilating animals in the United Kingdom now and in the past?

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