This photo was taken in August 1996, on a farm in
northwest Saskatchewan. Chad Deetkin and I had gone to this farm to
investigate a mutilated cow that was reported 2 days before. We took soil
and grass samples, pictures and sent them to a Scientist for an analysis.
However, while we were there, Chad and I decided to walk over to another
mutilation that had occurred 3 weeks before. This site was not more then
300 yards from the one we were presently investigating. Chad is standing
on the edge of the dead grass, and some 10 feet in front of him you can
see the remains of a mutilated cow that we had investigated three weeks
before. Just a few bones left. The Scientist told us that there was
Radiation in the samples we sent him! He warned us to be very careful in
the future and not touch anything with our bare hands.
Report by Fernand Belzil.
This photo was taken just 3 weeks after the initial investigation.
About 10 feet in front of investigator Chad Deetken, please note the
deteriorated condition of the carcass (just a few bones left). Also note
the large area of brown grass that had formed. Soil samples from this area
were found to be radioactive.