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Animal Mutilations

Press Release - 23 June 2012 - Extra-terrestrial link to recent ‘Animal Mutilation’ phenomena to be presented at Liverpool conference

On the first weekend in August, The Static Gallery on Liverpool’s Roscoe Lane will play host to the 4th Annual British Exopolitics Expo – an exhibition of UFO Disclosure research and exopolitical discourse.

During the two day event – which previously has been held at the University of Leeds, but is now making its home in Merseyside – three renowned UK researchers will present their evidence that recent bizarre deaths of animals – ranging in size from rodents to horses and including marine mammals – have been subjected to surgical-like procedures that are implicit of a technological cause for the injuries – ruling out natural predation as the cause.
David Cayton and Mike Freebury of the Animal Pathology Field Unit will be joined by researcher and broadcaster Richard D Hall on Saturday August 4th and will present the excellent documentary Silent Killers as an introduction to the mysterious nature of the phenomenon. The term for the phenomena “Animal Mutilations” was originally coined by U.S. law enforcement officers in response to attacks on cattle in ranches in the United States. However, the term is misleading as it does not describe the far-from-random precision injuries with apparent surgical-like qualities.

Bizarre U.K. Animal Mutilations & Mass unexplained Animal Disappearances Continue

On Saturday August 4th we will be looking at the Animal Mutilation phenomena. After showing Richard D Hall's excellent introductory documentary "Silient Killers" the joint lecture by Richard D Hall and David Cayton will provide evidence and up to date information on the current situation involving animal multilation cases in and around the UK.

Killers on the Moor

Mike will begin his talk with the events of 2000, when he became involved in researching a horrific and bizarre incident involving the deaths of fifteen Dartmoor ponies in 1977. Mike will give an overview of the case and will say why this case is so important.

David Cayton Biography

David Cayton

David Cayton served 10 years in the Royal Air Force as a photographer from 1955 to 1965, enjoying interesting ‘Cold War’ times and serving in the U.K., Cyprus and Germany. During last 18 months of Service became involved in NDT (Non-Destructive Testing) and in 1966 he joined the Engineering Research Department at Hawker Siddeley Aviation Manchester which later became British Aerospace & BAe Systems.

Mike Freebury Biography

Mike Freebury of the Animal Pathology Field Unit (APFU)Mike Freebury was born and brought up near Birmingham and has enjoyed a long career as a Finance Manager in advertising, construction and manufacturing. His logical approach has served him well as a researcher.

In 2000 he began his investigation into the Dartmoor Ponies incident and has continued in this difficult field of research ever since.

BBC West Midlands: Animal mutilations linked to UFOs says Walsall man

Mike Freebury of the Animal Pathology Field Unit (APFU)A Walsall man has told BBC WM that aliens and UFOs are responsible for a string of animal attacks in the UK.

Mike Freebury, a member of the Animal Pathology Field Unit, has investigated the mystery of 'cattle mutilations' for a number of years.

The phenomenon, first reported in America in the 1970s, involves the unexplained deaths of rural animals.

The bodies are often discovered with missing limbs and organs, removed with surgical precision.

Mike says that the illegal attacks are also happening in Britain - and UFOs are responsible.