A baffling case has emerged in Texas as authorities report the discovery of six dead cows across three counties this week. The cows were found on various properties along a state highway near College Station, spanning Madison, Brazos, and Robertson counties.
Madison County Sheriff’s officials initially began investigating the death of a 6-year-old cow when they received five additional reports of similar incidents in the area. According to the Sheriff’s office, comparable mutilations have been reported across the United States, prompting authorities from different jurisdictions to collaborate in the ongoing investigation.
The 6-year-old cow was found with a precise, clean cut that removed the hide around one side of its mouth and its tongue, leaving no trace of blood. Ranchers reported that the cow’s remains were untouched by predators or birds, and there were no signs of a struggle in the grass surrounding the carcass.
The Sheriff’s office noted that each cow was mutilated at a separate location, with no signs of struggle or disturbance in any of the cases. Two of the cows had their external organs removed in addition to the mutilation of their mouths.
Investigators found no footprints or tire tracks in the vicinity of the deceased cows.
Currently, the cause of death for all six cows remains unknown, and authorities have not yet commented on any leads or theories in the case. The mysterious circumstances surrounding the mutilations have left the community searching for answers.
As the multi-county investigation continues, authorities are working together to uncover the truth behind these perplexing events. It remains to be seen whether any suspects or motives will emerge in the coming days, but the unusual nature of the case has undoubtedly caught the attention of both the public and law enforcement.