Thursday, August 09, 2018

Argentina: Mystery in Santa Fe - Seven Mutilated Cows and Locals Speak of the Chupacabras

Source: Todo Noticias ( and Fundación Argentina de Ovnilogía (FAO)
Date: 08.06.2018

Argentina: Mystery in Santa Fe - Seven Mutilated Cows and Locals Speak of the Chupacabras

[Animals] found with incisions to their tongues and genitals. No trace of blood.

The town of Colonia Durán, located in the Department of San Javier in Santa Fe, is still at a loss for an explanation. This morning, seven pregnant cows were found mutilated in the middle of a field, with precise incisions to their tongues and genitals. Without a trace of blood, the incident was a cause of uncertainty among local residents.

Norberto Bieri, one of the affected cattlemen, described the situation as inexplicable. "Veterinarians have come and no one can tell me how something like this can be done. That is to say, there is no scientific answer. It all seems as though cut with a laser. There is no trace of blood and the missing parts of the animals cannot be found," he told the Reconquista newspaper.

But this wasn't all that drew his attention. According to the cattleman, the carrion animals did not come near the dead cows, nor did flies.

Supernatural theories did not take long to appear. Some residents spoke of 'strange lights from the sky that are not stars' while others ascribed it to the mythical Chupacabras, a figure from popular culture that attacks animals.

Veterinarians took samples to analyze in a laboratory, but the results yielded no answers as to what befell the cows. There were no signs of poisoning or electric shock, according to studies.

"Some say its the Chupacabras, aliens or mice. But the fact is that the animals are dead and there are no answers," Bieri concluded, explaining that this is not the first time something like this has happened, since there were similar cases in Los Laureles and San Javier.

[Translation (c) 2018 S. Corrales, IHU with thanks to Fundación Argentina de Ovnilogía (FAO) and Todo Noticias]