Deer Dropped Into Tree - From Where?

Delw

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Dad sent me a clipping from this that was wrote up in one of the NY newspapers....

I think that the aliens beemed the deer up to thier space ship.... Wanted to do some anal probing/scanning and missed the target.....Then uppon killing the deer they beemed it back down and being in the hurry they were miss guided the dropzone....


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ELKCHSR

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I read as article and seen pictures of them jumping into croches like this in the 70's. Just not that high, can they jump this high..?..
 

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Elkhunter:

I can't help but try to find some logical and natural explanation. I wonder if there are any mountain lions in Delaware that could have cached it there?

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DaleT

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I wonder if there had been a previous snow that would have allowed for the deer to be up higher and get stuck in the tree, then the snow melted away???????????

I have seen spanish goats dead up in trees on two occasions and heard of many others. They are notorious climbers and they usually fall off of a taller limb into a lower fork, then die. It was a real trip the first time I saw it.

Even spookier, I was fishing along a river and startled a big billy up in a tree. He came running down the tree and I though he was going to come knock my ass out. It turn out he had to run toward me to get to a good jumping off spot.
 

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That was a pretty cool site. The goats that get abducted around here wind up as cabrito or bar-B-Que. That use to happen fairly regularly when I was in high school and we were needing meat for a party. There is nothing worse than goat meat that was prepared by a bunch of drunks.
 
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