Wednesday, April 7, 2010

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Experts are probing mysterious disappearance and death of animals after reportedly being attacked by aliens» or unidentified flying objects (UFOs) with harmful rays and other advanced weapons.



Farmers complain that they wake up to find their animals dead after seemingly being 'experimented on'.
A group of UFO hunters investigating such incidents link the mutilations - including the removal of sheep brains and eyes - to sightings of mysterious reddish orange lights in the sky.

'For a short while it looked more like a Star Wars battle,' said Phil Hoyle, after observing the sky in night. Next day the 53-year-old UFO hunter interviewed farmers and found that 'all but one had had some type of unusual disappearance of animals or deaths with strange injuries'.

Sheep were found with neat holes and their brains and other internal organs removed. Some of them have lost eyes or had their flesh carefully stripped away, usually on the left side.
Phil, co-founder of the Animal Pathology Field Unit, is convinced that the culprits come from another world.

'Animals are being clinically and surgically sampled by a highly advanced technology,' he was quoted as saying by thesun.co.uk.
Phil and his 15-member team, who monitored the skies around the Radnor Forest, saw the UFOs at work in the night at a Welsh hill farm.

The spheres not only fired mysterious rays but sent out smaller versions of themselves, which he believes performed the grisly experiments.
'The technology involved in these attacks is frightening. These lights and spheres are clearly not ours. They are built by technology and intelligence that's not from here,' he said.

Phil said the UFOs like to roam a specific 50-mile 'corridor' between Shrewsbury and Powys. But Dartmoor and the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire are other hunting grounds.

'We've devoted our lives to carrying out serious research into the animal mutilation mystery and its connections to the increasingly reported sightings of red and orange spheres,' he said.

The article is taken from Yahoo!


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