From the archives of
Volume One : Issue One 1995
Colette M. Dowell
STRANGE SOUNDS, RINGS IN PASTURE GRASS
and ANIMAL MUTILATIONS
BY LINDA MOULTON HOWE © 1995
An hour northeast of Las Vegas, New Mexico during the week of September 10, 1994, an unidentified object with many lights was seen flying above the pastures of Chacon, New Mexico. Chacon is very rural and at the base of mountainous canyons that rise to nine and ten thousand foot peaks. There are only a few hundred farm residents and they depend on each other to survive. They watch each other's pastures, the surrounding mountains and the sky for any signs of trouble. That weekend, two people reported seeing an object moving in the night that, looked like a house with lighted windows.
Three days later on September 13, 1994, at the base of Luhan Canyon, a cow was found dead and mutilated. It's tongue had been removed deep within the throat and a neat circle of hide had been removed around the front jaws. The rectal and vaginal tissue had also been removed in a neat circular cut that was dry and bloodless.
A carpenter named Larry Gardea found the dead cow on his way toward Luhan Canyon to go bear hunting at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. He had a 30.6 rifle with him.
I was walking through the canyon about 1/2 mile from the house when I came upon that cow and saw that hole (the cow's rectum) - and it kind of freaked me out and as I kept on getting closer, I saw another cow, but it didn't have a hole. It didn't have the mouth mutilated or anything. And I was just looking at it when all of a sudden I heard a noise and ....
LMH: CAN YOU DESCRIBE THE NOISE AS BEST AS YOU CAN?
The noise came to me - I've heard it before when I barely first came here - it was in the middle of the day about 2 o'clock in the evening - but it didn't phase me then, I didn't think about it. I just ignored it except I looked out and it wasn't in the same area, it was the opposite from where I had seen the cow. I thought it was someone working with an arc welder. It sounds like an arc weld sound - it goes zzzzzzzz - and that was the thing that came into my mind at that second. And everything like happened so quick. When I heard that noise, I heard the cows I had passed coming up the canyon because I heard the running of the steps, running the opposite direction - and in those few seconds to look around where the sound was coming from - I saw a cow on the other side of the fence - cow being dragged and making a sound like being tortured ....
LMH: LIKE BEING TORTURED?
LMH: TO GET THIS CLEAR - DO YOU MEAN IT'S BEING DRAGGED ON THE GROUND?
It was being dragged, not in the air, the cow was able to touch the ground with its feet.
LMH: WHEN YOU SAY SIDEWAYS?
The back was going toward the sound but it couldn't get up.
LMH: WHAT YOU MEAN IS THAT IT IS LITERALLY LYING ON THE GROUND MOVING SIDEWAYS?
LMH: ANY TRACKS WHERE BEING DRAGGED?
No tracks. By the time I came back down to call the Sheriffs office and friends .... We couldn't find no tracks. The only thing I found were broken branches. I know I saw what I saw - but we couldn't find no tracks, it had barely rained.
LMH: SO THE GROUND WAS WET , BUT STILL NO TRACKS?
There still was no tracks.
Gardea and I walked all over the hill side looking for any obscure antenna, metallic equipment or signs of any new structures, but did not find anything unusual. I also collected plant samples from the three areas where the mutilated cow, the dead cow crumpled on its knees, and the dragged cow had been.
For decades, since at least the early 1970s, mutilated animals have been found inside circles in grass or pastures. A mutilated heifer was found in the middle of a circle in a Minnesota pasture in 1974. But in most cases, circles associated with animal mutilations kill the grass and plants, sometimes for as long as two years, a significant difference from the crop circle mystery in which the cereal crops continue to grow and are harvested.
In a Garnett, Kansas case on June 24, 1994, a heifer was found mutilated in a circle of downed pasture grass near an oval flattened in a nearby wheat field. Dr. W. C. Levengood, a Michigan biophysicist examined pasture grass taken from underneath the mutilated animal's body and wheat sampled from inside the oval. Dr. Levengood found cellular changes in the plants that suggest exposure to microwave frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum in both the Garnett, Kansas case and from the grass sampled at Chacon, New Mexico location.
Dr. Levengood reported to me about his investigation of the Chacon, New Mexico grass:
....whatever the energy is that causes the rings and circles at mutilation sites, it is producing
a profound change in the respiration cells of those affected plants. Both samples from the
head and the rectal area in the Luhan Canyon cow showed the same change I have seen
in other grasses in Michigan rings, circles and the Garnett, Kansas mutilation case.
Dr. Levengood found the strongest changes in respiration cells under the head of the mutilated cow found in the path of the dragged cow at three feet in front of the fence where Larry Gardea saw it come either through or over the wire. We are continuing to find similar changes at other mutilation sites. The source of the energy causing these biochemical and biophysical changes from mutilation site to mutilation site implies advanced technology.
While in Chacon, New Mexico, I learned that one of the employees of another rancher who puts cattle on a 9,500 - foot [Ed. note: This sentence is unclear as to square feet or linear feet of a side of the pasture --unedited] pasture at the top of Luna Canyon next door to Luhan Canyon, had found a mutilated bovine calf and a mutilated elk on Saturday, September 24. There is no way to get up Luna Canyon without a rugged 4 - wheel drive vehicle, so that evening we went to the home of Tom Paiz to try to get one. It was about 7:15 PM when we pulled up in the front yard of Paiz's home in Mora. As we got out of the car, both Gardea and I saw three lights flash at the same time over the Luhan Canyon mountains. I got my binoculars and when I got to peak focused, I could see a bright white light come up into view above the tree line, then go back down behind the hill, come back up again, go down again, and come back up a third time. The white light traveled along the tree line staying exactly with the curve of the hill, down into the saddle and back up another peak, and then it disappeared behind that mountain and never returned. I have no idea what the light was nor how it could so carefully trace the tree line.
Cattle Mutilations and Rings in Pasture
Three weeks later further south in La Veta, Colorado, rancher Erminio Andreatta was shocked to find four of his pregnant cows die in one week. The first was found in a creek a quarter of a mile from the ranch house. The cow was alive, but her back was broken and her hind legs were paralyzed. She died and predators consumed her pregnant body quickly.
The next day, October 25th, back down in the creek, Andreatta found another pregnant cow, dead and mutilated. One of her four teats had been removed in an oval cut. Mr. Andreatta wondered if the same mutilators were interrupted trying to take the first cow. He wondered if perhaps the first cow had fallen from a considerable height causing the broken back and paralysis. That week, one of Andreatta's neighbors about 1/2 mile down the road, saw an unusually bright beam of light sweeping Andreatta's pasture around 2 0'clock in the morning, like a helicopter, but there was no sound.
The next day, October 26th, about 1/2 mile from the creek, Mr. Andreatta found a second mutilated cow almost hidden in thick brush and high grass. Her udder was intact, but two of the teats were missing at the surface of the udder. The rectal and vaginal tissue were also excised in an oval cut.
The hide was darkened with black circles where the teats had been, suggesting the tissue had been burned off in some manner. Unfortunately, Mr. Andreatta did not call a veterinarian to do necropsies on any of the cows and we did not learn about these series of mutilations until two weeks later, after it was too late to usefully collect tissue for lab analyses. Thus we have no valid medical record of what might have happened to the teats, but we have several other cases in which the udder tissue has been cut with something hot enough to cook the hemoglobin. Another suggestion of high heat was on the cow's left ear. The hair at the tip appeared to have melted.
Predators stayed away from the three mutilated cows, even though bears and coyotes quickly ate the first paralyzed cow. Lack of predation was especially dramatic in the second mutilation. Twenty days later on November 14, 1994 the body of the unborn calf was still a solid lump in the sunken, deteriorating cow's belly in a carcass, which had not been chewed upon by predators.
A third mutilated cow was found back in the creek on October 27th.
The teats only had been removed from its udder.
After the third mutilation, five rings were found pressed in the pasture between the creek and the second mutilated cow. The diameters of the rings measured about five feet and the overall width of the ring was approximately nine inches. [Ed. note: This sentence does not make sense with the measurements in diameters and width of rings and ring this is an unclear statement --unedited, I do not understand what LMH is suggesting here.]
A sixth ring was found on November 14, 1994 when I was at the ranch. The cows gathered around it as I photographed. I gathered grass samples from both the center of the ring and the ring itself and sent them to Dr. Levengood in Michigan. He found the same grass cell changes in the La Veta samples as he found in the grass samples from the Chacon and Mora, New Mexico mutilation sites and the wheat and grass samples from the Garnett, Kansas mutilation site.
If the energy source behind this phenomenon is advanced technology, whose is it? And why is it focused in world wide cereal crops in such enigmatic patterns? And why are mutilated animals found inside or near circles in plants that exhibit the same biochemical and biophysical changes?
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