|Occurred : 11/30/2005 14:44 (Entered as : 11/30/05 14:44)
Reported: 11/5/2007 1:44:30 PM 13:44
Location: Charlottesville, VA
|Three Deer Mutilated in Virginia in 2005
The following day, heading back out to the cabin with a friend who had come with me to help me box my last things at my cabin on Isolina Lane, at precisely 2:22 PM we drove past the 1st half of a deer laying on the road, exactly .2 miles from the cabin, on Isolina Lane. It was nearly in the middle of the road, facing the road, almost as if left on display.
We stopped, and I approached the carcass with the intention of doing an amateur forensics discussion for the benefit of my friend, essentially to show that the power of deduction and observation could be handily used to determine the likely cause and time of death. As I rattled off my observations to him like some amateur Quincy Jones, I realized with horror that this was NOT a poached animal, nor the victim of any predator I had ever seen or heard of.
Close examination of the manner in which the vertebrae were severed indicated that neither metal laceration nor laser could explain the nature of the cuts. I had only seen these types of seperations of tissue with one device- and a very expensive one- a sonic scalpel.
We then discovered the second deer carcass, at the edge of the forest line, and then the third, further into the forest, each two meters from the last, all in a strait line pointing to the middle of the south end of the Carter Moutain ridge. All were turned inside out, all had their upper abdomenal organs removed, all the rib cages were so denuded of cartilage and flesh it appeared that they had been vacuumed clean, and the tiny spot of blood the size of a quarter or a dime underneath the carcass left on the road indicated a state of congealment indicative of the kill being no more than a half hour previous to discovery.
Nevertheless, the stiffness of the first deer half propped upright on the road was almost as if it's flesh had been highly stiffened by some kind of freeze-dried process, though, of course, there was no freezer burns. I cut the flesh with a pocket knife to ascertain if blood would emerge and investigate the stiffness of the flesh itself. There was no blood, the flesh cut easily.
In the weeks that followed, I began to lose an enormous amount of weight and began to suffer from a rapid deterioration of *every* system of my body. I barely survived, but by the next February, my weight and health returned.
This was a highly lethal, highly advanced technology used to mutilate those deer in Charlottesville Virginia. This needs to be examined and reviewed.
((NUFORC Note: Date of incident may be approximate, although the witness does not indicate that fact. We have requested more information from the source of the report. PD))