Dead bulls mysteriously mutilated in an Oregon ranch in October last year.
Five young purebred bulls showed up dead in Silvies Valley Ranch in remote eastern Oregon. The bulls were drained of blood and with body parts precisely removed.
Authorities theorized that a cult was behind it. However, police said they do not have evidence, including no footprints or tire tracks. There were also no struggle marks from the animals or any broken limb.
Deputy Dan Jenkins of the Harney County Sheriff’s Office said they received calls from locals saying aliens may be behind the incident.
He said one caller asked the police to look for a depression under the carcass of the bull as alien ships may have dropped the cows at a great height.
Further, police also said there were no gunshots and definitely natural predators such as wolves and bears did not do the killing.
The ranch’s vice president, Colby Marshall, said the bulls were worth about $6,000 each and were meant for breeding. The ranch just lost hundreds of thousands worth of future calves.
This incident is also similar to the deaths of hundreds of cows and bulls during the 1970s in the West. Their tongues, genitals, and other parts were also missing along with surgical-like cuts.