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User Email: Thunderbirds Cause Cattle Mutilations

Written By: Georgie Smith

Posted: 4/19/2009 12:00:00 AM   Reads: 7258   Submitted By:0x6a656666   Category: Animal Mutilations
Dear Jeff,

I am glad that you got the email I sent you. I haven’t been able to get to looking at it yet but I definitely will. First there is something that has been bothering me for a long time so if I might clarify this one detail. It’s about these cattle mutilations. These cows are being killed and drained of blood by huge birds. These birds are almost extinct now but there are a few of them still living mostly in cold regions of the world. Places that have snow year round. They nest in caves and usually only have two or three chicks.. I have only seen two of these birds in my life and they are really scary. They are black with a white rings around their neck and something red over the bill., something like a a turkey has over its bill. The first time one of them was flying close to Conowingo Dam in Maryland. I was in the car with my children with me and it circled the car several times. My ex-husband was driving and he pushed the gas pedal to the floor. After a few circles the bird flew away.

Several years later I was telling a friend about this bird. He was in the Air Force at the time so I thought that he might have seen one. He said that these birds are top-secret. The Air Force personnel had been ordered not only not to engage the birds but they weren’t even allowed to say anything about them over the radio. He also told me that sometimes one of these birds would fly past and it would be carrying a small child in its claws. I later was talking to another friend who is a Native American, and I had asked him why the Indians didn’t have any legends about what might have happened to the first colony in the United States at Roanoke Island. He told me that they knew what happened to the colonists. They were killed by a giant bird that was nesting in a cave on the island next to the one that they were on. He told me that these giant birds were everywhere at the time and they were called Thunderbirds.

About two and a half years ago I saw one for the second time. It tried to take my grandson who was five years old at the time. It swooped down so fast I didn’t even see it until it grabbed my grandson. Luckily I was close enough to him that I pulled him away from the birds claws. There wasn’t even a scratch on him anywhere. But the bird came back a few minutes later. By that time my nest door neighbor had called 911 and a police officer had arrived. When the bird flew back over us the police officer fired at the bird several times. I believe she hit it at least four times before it went down in the woods. More police came and they followed it into the woods firing the rifles over and over until they finally killed it. The police measured it and it had a forty three foot wingspan. There was nothing about this incident in any news reports now or at any time since. Those birds are responsible for those cattle mutilations. I know some people who are very, very old and they remember these birds. I’m told that when these birds get old their feathers fall out and that is what the Europeans called dragons.

I’ll send you more later.