It is well documented that cattle have been mutilated all over the midwest part of the United States, as well as parts of Puerto Rico. The problem is the controversy over how, who, and why. Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Wyoming, Puerto Rico, and Canada have been plagued with this problem since 1967. The first victim was reportedly a horse.
Types of Injuries
Cattle Mutilations have always had the same signs and missing organs. The organs removed consist of the reproductive organs, digestive system, eyes, and soft tissue. The animals are also drained of blood.
The removal of these organs looks to be performed by a scalpel or laser cutter, sometimes even splitting cells. The wounds are cauterized to prevent blood loss. There are no trauma, abrasions, bites, or pressure visible.
It has also been noted that scavengers will not near the corpse.
El Cupacabra is a mythical creature that reportedly kills goats and small animals. The signs of a strike by this creature are identical to that of cattle mutilations. The similarities are so astounding that logic forbids the idea that the cause could be two different things. It has also been noted that in both cases, black helicopters or unknown lights are spotted in the area.
It is popularly theorized that the aliens called Greys, have a genetic disorder. The nature of the disorder is also controversial. One theory is the this genetic disorder inhibits the Grey's digestive system, and forces them to rely on the enzymes and blood of humans and cows. It would be illogical to go around killing humans at a rate that would be necessary to satiate the Greys. However, cows blood is very similar to human blood, so it would work.
Chupacabra Article coutesty of UFO Roundup
June 8, 2000
Editor: Joseph Trainor
UFO ROUNDUP Volume 5 Number 23 June 8
CHILEANS SAY NASA TOOK CUSTODY OF CAPTURED CHUPACABRAS
Residents of Calama, a city in northern Chile, claim that NASA took custody of the three Chupacabras reportedly captured by the Chilean army two weeks ago.
According to reports obtained by Marcial Campos Maza, a reporter for Chile's EFE new service, Chilean troops captured the three creatures in the desert near the Radomiro Tomic mine north of Calama. During the pursuit, a firefight ensued in which one Chilean soldier was reportedly killed.
The three creatures--a male, a female and a child-- were held at the regiment;s barracks for several hours. Then a NASA team reportedly arrived by helicopter to take custody of them.
Some residents of Calama, however, claimed that that the Chupacabras were "creations" of NASA.
"'The gringos had at least three genetic experiments run away from them, and they've only been able to capture two of them,' said Dagoberto Corante, a Chilean architect."
"Residents of Calama and nearby communities continued to blame NASA, the U.S. space agency, for the apparitions and attacks of the mysterious Chupacabras, which has killed man farm animals in the region and in other parts of Chile. Several dozen goats, pigs, chickens, rabbits and other animals turned up dead in northern Calama and its environs during late April (2000)--their bodies completely exsanguinated (drained of blood--J.T.) and undevoured by the mysterious predator."
Stories continue to spread of "the Chupacabras' alleged destructiveness and their ability of leaping 3-meter (10-foot) tall walls, its ability to walk unmolested among dogs, while police and volunteers who have set out after it find only scattered footprints in this area of desert terrain 1,500 kilometers (900 miles) north of" Santiago de Chile, the national capital.
"According to Dagoberto Corante, one such creature was captured by elements of a local (army) regiment in an operation that resulted in the death of one soldier, but the (Chilean) military have allegedly refused to discuss the matter."
"'It was said that the captured animal was kept all day at at the regiment;s barracks until NASA experts arrived to take it away.' said Corante, who is well-known and respected in the area where the Chupacabra feasted on blood and spread fear among the population."
"'On the day that the event transpired, the military even closed the (Calama) airport for several hours to enable the landing of a helicopter conveying American scientists,' he added, 'although no one is quite sure why they had to close down an airport in order for a helicopter to function--those are devices able to land anywhere, and the fact has given rise to much speculation.'"
(Editor's Comment: Obviously the "secret team" wanted to arrive unobserved. Helicopters landing in public always draw a crowd.)
"Mario Ramos, a respected resident of San Pedro de Atacama, where he owns a butcher shop, largely agrees with Corante's story and concerns, and while he doesn't care to discuss the subject, agreed that a soldier had indeed perished during the Chupacabra's capture."
Scott Corrales, author of the books Chupacabras and Other Mysteries and Forbidden Mexico is not so sure that NASA performed the retrieval. He writes, "The fact is that a number of (USA) agencies (take your pick--S.C.) shield themselves behind NASA's glowing reputation overseas to conduct covert ops. If a bunch of military men turn up in the back country of any South American nation, they're more than likely to find themselves pinned down by unfriendly fire. If they swap their cammo for lab coats and say NASA, everyone will say, 'Oh, NASA! The guys who put us on the Moon. Right this way.'" (Muchas gracias a Scott Corrales y Gloria Coluchi para esa historia.)
(Editor's Comment: I just can't see NASA administrator Dan Goldin as a Boris Karloff-type mad scientist cooking up monsters in the lab. I'm wondering if these creatures had anything to do with the UFO crash in northern Argentina weeks ago. Welcome to Varginha 2. I wonder what's on the menu tonight at Camp Condon. Army-issue tuna-and-noodles!? Maybe it will taste better with some ketchup on it.)