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Established in 1969, The Mutual UFO Network, headquartered in Newport Beach, CA, is the world's largest research organization dedicated to investigating, researching and reporting incidents and activities related to the UFO phenomenon. A 501(c)(3) organization... more.
MUFON field investigator Chuck Stansburge is also investigating the UFO sighting.
Veteran MUFON investigator, Charles Stansburge, said it had passed two authenticity tests, and was not doctored.
He added that if it were a prank, someone spent much money upon it.
Charles Stansburge, a section director with the Mutual UFO Network, learns about the mutilation and disappearance of Wayne Daggs' barbado sheep as Daggs recovers the most recently found carcass with a tarp Tuesday in Port Lavaca.
Charles Stansburge, a section director with the Mutual UFO Network, left, speaks with Calhoun County Sheriffs department investigator Bobbie Vickery as Wayne Daggs recovers the carcass of a mutilated Barbados sheep with a tarp Tuesday in Port Lavaca. Charles Stansburge, a section director with the Mutual UFO Network, left, prepares his phone to take video as Wayne Daggs uncovers the carcass of his last Barbado sheep which was found on his property Tuesday morning. Charles Stansburge, right, a section director with the Mutual UFO Network, takes photos of a blood trail along a fence line from a mutilated Barbado sheep on Wayne Daggs' property on Tuesday in Port Lavaca. Charles Stansburge, a section director with the Mutual UFO Network, talks about what could possibly be happening at the Daggs' property in regard to their missing and mutilated barbado sheep. Stansburge travelled to Port Lavaca to investigate because of the strange circumstances surrounding the crimes. Buy This Photo" rel="prettyPhoto[barbado_ew_100913_221937]"> Charles Stansburge, the organization's section director, traveled Tuesday to the Daggs' property from Rosenberg to investigate. "No one knows the purpose of the mutilations," Stansburge said. "The crime is not solvable." Stansburge was involved in similar organizations in Colorado and has investigated abductions, UFO sightings and animal mutilations. Smooth, laser-like incisions, a lack of blood and absence of predator and human tracks are common characteristics of the mutilations that Stansburge has investigated. Cattle and horses account for the majority of the animals he has seen mutilated. Alien races have inhabited or visited the Earth for hundreds of thousands of years, Stansburge said. The alien showed Sky's grandfather and his buddies the history of Earth on a crystal after they nursed him back to health, Stansburge said. The beings were fighting to keep inhabited worlds safe from devastation, he said. "At least five species are protecting our galaxy, and another is on its way," he said. "Some are here to cause havoc, but they are being pushed back." "No one knows the purpose of the mutilations," Stansburge said. "The crime is not solvable." Fletcher Gray, the senior field investigator for Mutual UFO Network, is expected to arrive in Port Lavaca Wednesday to assist Stansburge with his investigation.
Charles Stansburge with MUFON arrived Tuesday to investigate the Daggs' property.
Photo by Angeli Wright/Victoria Advocate Stansburge cites a similar mutilation case from the 1990s in which the bloodless corpse of a horse was found Colorado. He says its entire nervous system had been removed and a bag of strange contraptions was located nearby, prompting the sudden arrival of notorious " men in black."
That photo, with a July 5 time stamp, already has passed two authenticity tests, says Charles Stansburge, a veteran MUFON investigator.
"If it's a prank," Stansburge said, "someone spent a lot of money to stage it. Stansburge, of MUFON, isn't sure what his investigation will uncover. He's only charged with investigating the black-and-white image of the saucer. That photo showed up on MUFON's servers with a name and phone number attached. He wouldn't divulge the name of the witness, other than to say the person filing the report appeared to be from Laredo. Most UFO landings, Stansburge said, happen for a reason. Ninety percent are near bodies of water, which leads UFO observers to believe aliens need water. The sudden appearance over one of the hottest oil plays in the nation, he suspects, may mean the aliens stopped in to gas up. His investigation is in its earliest phases. He doesn't expect to find much. It's likely that any evidence of a July landing will be long gone, Stansburge said, tainted by truck tires, washed away by rains or blown into the brush by hot summer winds. "All we can do," he says, "is document what we find."