Sunday, January 15, 2006

October horse killings still baffle Colorado

Results from autopsies of six horses and a burro killed mysteriously in Colorado in October have spurred memories of the wave of cattle mutilations of the 1970s. Veterenarian Dr. John Heikkila "concluded that an unusual toxin, delivered through a dart or pellet, caused the deaths." Altogether 16 horses were killed on Oct. 22; officials blame a lightning strike, according to this story.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds a lot like the crop circles that turned out tobe a prank. While this is a rather sick prank, I have a hard time calling this UFO activity. If they were aliens doing this then why cattle, horses? Why not other animals or people :-(.

9:06 PM  

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