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June 2010 - Mike Freebury Lecture



ANIMAL MUTILATIONS IN THE UK

A lecture by Mike Freebury

Date: Monday 14th June 2010
Time: 7.30-11.30pm
Venue: Midland Red Social Club, Wolverhampton Road South, Birmingham, B322AY
Price: £4.00 members, £5.00 non-members

Mike Freebury has looked into animal mutilation cases around the United Kingdom for a number of years. In this informative lecture he will cover numerous mutilation cases including the deaths of fifteen ponies on Dartmoor in 1977 and the beheading of two Wallabies at Newquay Zoo in 1978. He will discuss the strange happenings and UFO activity seen around the areas where mutilations have occured, and how our authorities have attempted to cover up this disturbing phenomena. He will give details of the Animal Pathology Field Unit (APFU) and Project Corridor, the first research project in the world to carry out a systematic survey of areas affected by the problem. Mike will also be showing some of the footage from the Radnorshire Forest incident where red spheres were recorded on video.

This is sure to be a fascinating talk, and will be the first BUFOG evening to cover this important aspect of ufology.

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