Commentary by: Gordon King
Some people seem to think that aliens have performed surgery on these mutilated animals. I disagree. I believe that it’s demonic spirits performing these gruesome acts. The article states that the removal of specific organs were removed with “surgical precision” and “laser like” accuracy, “no spilled blood”, and “no indication of how the animals were killed”. Does not sound like human intervention. Aliens are concocted by governments to lead us to believing in them. Why? I am not sure, however, it may be one of the lies told to the public after the rapture of the church has taken place. Read the article and decide for yourself.
11 October 2013 WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOS
A wave of sheep mutilations in Port Lavaca, TX over the past few months lead some residents and UFO groups to believe the killers may be from another planet.
Wayne and Karen Daggs lost 21 of their Barbados Sheep since July and lost their last two less than a week ago. At first Daggs thought that people were stealing the sheep for food, but the surgical precision and the graphic nature of the mutilations led him to believe otherwise.
The mutilations piqued the curiosity of Charles Stansburge, a popular member of the Mutual UFO Network, after he’d read an article about the killings in an Advocate article published in the Houston Chronicle.
Fletcher Grey, a senior field investigator of the Mutual UFO Network planned to arrive on Wednesday to help Stansburge with the investigation.
Police investigators believe the incidents may be related to satanic worship. ‘I can’t think of a reason aside from rituals or malicious mischievousness for the mutilations,’ Calhoun County investigator Bobbie Vickery told the Victoria Advocate.
Recently, Daggs has been losing an animal every five days and usually a few at a time. ‘At first I lost four little ones,’ said Daggs.
A little over a week ago a male sheep was found by the pond castrated. His cause of death is unknown.
Precisely removed sheep testicles are found laying in the grass at the Dagg’s farm
After three female sheep went missing, Daggs found two of them. ‘One of them was found in the pond, stabbed behind the ear. Another had its female sexual organs removed.’ The organs sat next to the dead sheep.
The removal of the organs looked very surgical to Daggs and it was curious to him as to why no trace of evidence was found next to any of the sheep. ‘It doesn’t look like a coyote got at them,’ he says. ‘I think that a person is doing this.’
Also, as to how someone stole the sheep from the property was perplexing. Barbados sheep weigh 60 to 75 pounds, not an easy weight to stealthily carry off property, Daggs says.
‘It’s not just kids. Whoever is doing this knows what they are doing,’ Daggs continued.
laser-like incisions, no traces of blood, and absence of tracks are characteristics of the mutilations that Stansburge has investigated.
Stansburge has not commented on what he believes is killing and stealing the sheep. His findings are confidential.
Charles Stansburge, a member of the Mutual UFO Network, is helping the police department investigate the mutilation
‘It’s an ongoing investigation so I can’t talk too much about it,’ said Stansburge. ‘We need to find out what is getting in the property.’
‘It could be a man, a wolf, an E.T. or anything,’ he continued. ‘We’re trying to lean towards earthly things.’
In the early 1900s a similar mutilation was discovered. A horse was found dead with no traces of blood and nothing but the bone above the neck, Stansburge said.
An examination of the horse showed that its nervous system had been removed with what looked like a laser.
A bag with unknown metal tools that could have been a ‘laser gun’ was found 50 feet away from the horse.
WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTO
A castrated male sheep is mysteriously dead with no trace of evidence as to how it was killed
According to Stransburge, Alien races have inhabited or visited the Earth for hundreds of thousands of years.
Calhoun County sheriff George Aleman believes a human is behind the killings. ‘It wasn’t a wild animal, which would tear the meat,’ Aleman says. ‘This was too clean to be an animal. Whoever did this knew what they were doing.’
Wayne Daggs worked in law enforcement for 23 years,18 of those years as a constable with Calhoun County precinct 4. Since retiring, he has tended to his animals.
He is starting to believe he may have offended someone and that someone is seeking revenge by stealing his animals. ‘I worked hard to not make enemies while I was on the job,’ Daggs said.
He had an emotional connection to the animals and deeply mourns their loss. ‘It hurts me severely,’ he said.
Daggs puts the cost of the animals he has lost at around $1,250, and the investigation is being treated by the county as a case of theft of livestock and mutilation.
Aleman mentioned that there was a group of self-proclaimed satanic worshipers in the area in the late 70’s who were responsible for cattle mutilations.
However, Aleman doesn’t think that group is linked to these killings. ‘This could be someone who has nothing else to do but hurt animals for kicks,’ he says.
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department is offering $2,500 for information regarding the sheep mutilations. They are asking that anyone in the area who has had animals go missing or killed should contact law enforcement officials as soon as possible.
Barbados Sheep, like the one’s pictured here, weigh 60 to 70 pounds and would be difficult to forcibly remove from the Daggs’ property