Puerto Rico: Mutilations are Everywhere
Written By: Ovni.net and inexplicata
The Channel 4 report did not indicate the exact location or date of the mutilations, but it mentions that officials have spent over a week looking for the assailant. The reader must be aware that there are no predatory feline species native to Puerto Rico. This fact makes the incident so much more important: if a feline is involved, it must be a species that escaped from some unknown institution, or which escaped or was set free by its owner. The journalist covering the story for Channel 4 was Efrén Arroyo along with photojournalist Humberto Mercado Nazario. Emergency Manager Jose Baez handled this case personally.
Ovni.net reported to the scene and was able to obtain the following video images filmed by residents of Barrio La Cuchilla:
In the same sector, on the evening of February 22, 2003, a dog was slain by the beast that prowls the Candelero Abajo Sector. The dog presented wounds in its hind and front legs. This latest assault prompted a massive search by armed policemen on horseback in one of the farms where the predator was allegedly seen. The folloiwng images show the wounds inflicted upon the canine:
Other recent incidents, perhaps even more intriguing , took place in the early hours of February 17 in a neighborhood of the city of Añasco (on Puerto Rico’s western coast) where mutilations were reported. In this event, 26 rabbits were mutilated, presenting different injuries; some of them were torn apart. An elderly woman reported hearing shrill squeals and the sensation that a humanoid form was leaping over the rooftops. Another witness reported not hearing any sounds , but that his dogs were nervous and frightened to such an extent that they hid under the bed.. A research group at the scene reports that the fencing on the cages was torn and that an injury on one of the animals drew their attention: it was described as an area on the animal’s skin that appeared to have been shaved and showing an incision similar to that of a scalpel.
Translation (C) 2003. S. Corrales, Institute of Hispanic Ufology (IHU). Special thanks to Lucy Guzmán and Orlando Pla, www.ovni.net