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Gulf Coast Dolphin Mutilations- Alien, Gov. Conspiracy connection??

 
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Gulf Coast Dolphin Mutilations- Alien, Gov. Conspiracy connection??
I just found out about this?!

"A Federal investigation is continuing into a string of Dolphin deaths and mutilations. Since February 2010 there have been more than 700 dolphin deaths from Florida to Texas.

A string of dolphin atrocities occurred in Alabama waters last November. Three dolphins were found shot, one had a screwdriver embedded in its head another and had its tail fins cut off.

Because the dolphin attacks have occurred sporadically, along all 1,680 miles of the Gulf Coast, officials do not believe the deaths and mutilations are the work of “one single madman,” as Humane Society field director Sharon Young explains. “It may be comforting to think its one person doing this,” she says, “but it really isn’t.”

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I’ve read a couple articles on these strange deaths, some dating back to 2009. The consensus from investigators is always that "this isn't a single person/serial killer" due to the cases being so spread apart and the vast amount of deaths(over 700). But no one seems to provide any explanation. Just wondering if any more recent findings have come up... and being that this is a "conspiracy" page.. I'm wondering if anyone has any theories/links to articles/video about the causes...? Connection to cow mutilations...?

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Re: Gulf Coast Dolphin Mutilations- Alien, Gov. Conspiracy connection??
another article...


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