Mysterious Horse Mutilations Discovered in Colorado_Featured_, Animal Mutilation Saturday, November 20th, 2010
Mysterious horse deaths recently occurred in El Paso County, Colorado. The deaths were discovered on a ranch where the Schneider family lives. In rural areas, livestock are sometimes killed by predators, but in this case, the Schneider family was shocked and confused when they found that two of their horses had not only been killed, but mutilated.
When she found the bodies, Glenda Schneider said, “I just started to cry.”
What’s abnormal about these mutilations is the precision of the cuts and seeming expertise of the attacks. The horses were found with their throats slit, chests cut open, and their genitals, tongues and eyes removed. Even stranger, no blood or footprints were found near the bodies. Furthermore, one of the Schneider’s other horses may have survived the attack; the horse, named King, was found with a strange bruise or burn mark underneath the fur on his leg.
“You wonder what happened. What took place? What did it?” said Schneider.
The Schneider’s filed a report of the incident with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Department, but also sought the help of Chuck Zukowski, a paranormal investigator. After investigating the case, Zukowski, who has investigated numerous mutilation cases similar to the Schneider’s, believes that the mutilations were not done by humans or animals. His conclusion is that UFO’s were involved.
“The straight cuts, the open rib cage, the flesh taken off. Those are red flags,” said Zukowski.
According to paranormal investigators, there have been eight cases of animal mutilation in Colorado within the past year, adding to the hundreds of others documented across the U.S. since 1967.
Despite admitting that they didn’t examine the bodies as closely as they would have liked (due to decomposition), the El Paso County Sheriff’s Department’s official conclusion was that the horses were simply killed by animal predators. However, Zukowski and the Schneider family are convinced otherwise. The Schneiders have lived on a ranch their whole lives and insist that they know what predator attacks look like, and that what happened to their horses was definitely not done by animals. Along with the precision cuts and removal of specific organs, predator attacks usually result in claw marks, blood, and other telltale signs, none of which were found with their horses.
A local Fox News out of Denver reported the story, presenting interviews and photographic evidence.