For decades, there have been reports of bizarre animal mutilation. These attacks are often linked to the UFO phenomena.
But most are unexplained. The government has been approached by a number of investigators and researchers, but they usually get fobbed off.
But in recent years there have been several cases of horrific human mutilation, during which hair, teeth and vital organs are removed, skin is peeled off, mouth and throat cavities stripped and excised reproductive organs. Worse, post mortems reveal that all this is done while the victims are alive.
Many investigators believe that the way these operations are performed points to some kind of ‘harvesting’, as the body parts that are removed are never found.
In this video, the narrator provides an update to Dr. Richard Hall’s film UFO’s & NATO – The Human Mutilation Cover Up, which looked at claims of human beings suffering surgical mutilation in connection with UFO activity. They described the detailed disclosures of a former military man who worked on “find and secure” missions in the 1990’s.
The missions involved securing areas on the ground that had been affected after military engagement with UFO’s. He witnessed over 30 mutilated human beings, all of whom had similar surgical injuries to those found in animal mutilation cases. Richard met with the military source and gathered further information. Since these meetings he has been searching for evidence to corroborate the claims.
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