Argentina: Three Cows Found Dead In Viedma
The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
From Scott Corrales
Source: Rio Negro On Line
Rumors about these discoveries circulated in the area until they
reached the ears of the San Javier police, which faced with the magnitude of the situation, decided to intervene to calm the situation. It was thus that a group of officers, accompanied by veterinarian personnel and photographers, visited the respective scenes. Minutes were ultimately drafted regarding the situation.
A total of three cows were found in two different properties. In
one of them, belonging to Erberto Malaspina, Development ommissioner for Cubanea, two of the bovines appeared 50 meters distant from each other. The third was found in a field located some 20 kilometers from the former and was the property of Oscar Garrone. Both are cattlemen and knowledgeable in the field, hence their surprise at finding their animals in these conditions.
Malaspina's field is located on the side of National Route 250 which links Viedma with Conesa at Kilometer 17. The other property is located some 20 kilometers from the first in the direction of Viedma in the San Javier area.
According to the cattlemen, the animals found present similar characteristics not only for the incisions made, but by the elements lacking in all three: eyes, ears, tongue, jawbone and genitalia. No signs of bleeding were detected in any of the cases nor indications of tearing in the missing parts of the body that indicate predator activity.
Nor were there any signs suggesting that the animals were slain to use their meat, as is the case with poaching. Furthermore, this possibility was dismissed because the bovines were in mid-field, far from any road, and in areas where no quick entry or exit is possible. It is estimated that they died some 9 days
ago, but according to the cattlemen, when they found the carcasses it was noticed that the mutilations had been recent. It was only the rumors that took a number of days to spread.
Translation (c) 2005 Scott Corrales, Institute of Hispanic Ufology. Special thanks to Christian Quintero, Planeta UFO.
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