Another horrific half-cat mutilation cycle has begun. As before, not a trace of any perpetrator can be found, despite the large number of felines affected. Then, in the second half of the show, a mysterious boom throws a woman across a beach and injures her.
Cat mutilations are generally dismissed as predator action, but officials never bother to explain the neat incisions, the lack of blood and, above all, the fact that no perpetrator, animal or human, has ever even been seen, let alone caught.
Linda reports, “One Denver investigator, who requested anonymity, told me, “Very precise cuts. Some cats are just cut in half, like with a band saw or very sharp knife or something like that, but no blood. Just cut in half and either the front half or the back half is left to be found. Other animals have only flesh removed from the abdomen area, or a few organs removed, or all organs removed. A few have had just the spine removed in a very precise way. Usually there is no blood. There have been at least two other cycles of cat mutilations here since 1990.”
Here, she interviews an area attorney who is concerned about the problem, and attempting to get some sort of a straight answer from authorities about why these cruel attacks keep happening. And forget coyotes or any animal predator. These attacks are happening all over the world.
In the second half of the show, Linda and Whitley explore the single most bizarre boom event so far recorded, the mysterious explosion that injured a woman on Narragansett Beach on July 11. It now appears that this was NOT an explosion from below, but some sort of compression wave from above. Listen as Linda reports on this bizarre and disturbing event. To read the Earthfiles news report, click here.
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