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Decapitated Animals Found on Sacramento Streets Amid Cult Fears

Decapitated Animals Found on Sacramento Streets Amid Cult Fears

The past couple of days have seen a number of decapitated animals being found on the streets of Sacramento, leading authorities to voice fears that the decapitated animals may the works of a cult or a hidden religious group.

Earlier this week a reporter discovered a bag of chickens which had been decapitated near the city’s railroad tracks, News 10 reported. This is the third time in five days that such a report of animals being decapitated is being made.

Last week on Wednesday in the southern part of Sacramento, six goats which had been decapitated were found. Two days later a pair of baby goats which had been mutilated in a similar fashion was discovered near 19th and V Streets.

A cow’s head which had been decapitated was last fall found at Reichmuth Park and since the beginning of this January there have been more than six incidence reported which involve animals being decapitated. The Daily Mail reports that there have been other several incidences which have been reported that involved maimed rabbits as well as decapitated chickens.

In Reichmuth Park there have several decapitated animals which have been found and recently a cse involving decapitated animals was reported near the 5400 Block of Riverside Boulevard. While describing the scene of the incidence, director of the front Street Animal Shelter, Gina Knepp, said that the decapitated animals that were fund were next to a bewildering array of objects.

“There was a cardboard box. An animal control officer responded about 5:30 p.m., found a box with a full-sized hen that had been decapitated. (The) head was in the box,” she said. “Also a younger small hen in the box, also decapitated, five one-dollar bills, a paper plate. None of this makes any sense.”

 

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