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Trap camera filmed a “zombie deer” in Illinois

Trap camera filmed a "zombie deer" in Illinois 86

The footage below was recorded by an automatic camera that reacts to movement is shocking. It is impossible to understand how a deer with such a wound is not only alive and walking, but it seems that it does not feel anything at all!

This deer should be dead with such injuries, but it is alive and not just alive, but behaves as if nothing had happened.

Please note that in the place where part of the animal is removed – there is no blood at all! It looks as if someone acted on this deer with some potent drugs and removed a part of its body with some very unusual instrument – bloodless and so that the animal did not even notice it.

One explanation comes to mind – the phenomenon of the so-called “cattle mutilation”, which is attributed to alien researchers who harvest organs from terrestrial animals (and people) for their experiments.

What we see on this deer coincides with the wounds that “cattle mutilations” are found on the ground, just in this case the poor animal is still alive … Moreover, the cameras recorded this particular deer twice – on October 17 and 18 – it was alive !

Chris Evans, an Illinois white-tailed hunter, could hardly believe what his hunting cameras were filming. 

In the photo from October 17 and the video from October 18, a zombie deer with a huge wound walks past the trap cameras. The male first appeared on camera in September and was then completely healthy. 

“Pretty wild thing to see a deer still walking after something like this,” Evans said. “We are trying to see if we can find and kill him if he is still alive.”

Kip Adams, Illinois’ director of environmental protection, believes the injury is fatal. If the coyotes don’t kill this white-tailed deer, winter will.

“I can’t imagine the infection won’t get him,” Adams said. “Very sad.”

The video can be shocking. 18+

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The main loser of 2020: What happened to the man who caught Covid, malaria and fever on one trip and was bitten by a cobra

The main loser of 2020: What happened to the man who caught Covid, malaria and fever on one trip and was bitten by a cobra 93

The outgoing year, turned out to be very difficult, but for some it became especially fatal. For example, for the Briton Ian Jones, he definitely cannot be called happy. While at work in India, the man managed to catch malaria, dengue fever, twice get sick with coronavirus, and in addition to all this, he was bitten in a foreign land by a poisonous king cobra. 

He can be called a truly unlucky person. However, it all depends on what angle you look at it. Perhaps, on the contrary, he is lucky? After all, after all these misadventures, Yang survived.

I decided to help the poor

Former health worker from the Isle of Wight in England Ian Jones came to India to do a good deed. He runs Sabirian, a social welfare enterprise that supports artisans and imports their goods.

The company, owned by the Isle of Wight Action Isle of Wight, provides an opportunity to lift 70 Indian artisans, ages 18 to 87, out of poverty by providing training and assistance in importing and selling souvenirs and furniture to the UK. On the Isle of Wight, England, the company’s store also supports people with employment problems on a charitable basis.

For the altruist from Great Britain, India turned out to be an unhappy country.  / Photo:
For the altruist from Great Britain, India turned out to be an unhappy country. / Photo:

And here’s the price for good: in India, Ian managed to contract malaria and dengue fever, and in March he also caught Covid. Having barely recovered, he returned to his work, but this fall he contracted the coronavirus again.

Cobra bite

The “cherry on the cake” in a series of health troubles was a deadly bite. It all happened in a village near the city of Jodhpur – in a warehouse of artisans where Yang lived (he specially settled here to be closer to local craftsmen and support them). That day, he heard his dog Rocky barking furiously. He approached him and held out his hand to calm him down, and at that moment a cobra rushed at him and stung. Apparently, the snake lurking in the warehouse perceived the sharp movement of the hand as a threat.

The bite of a king cobra is fatal in most cases / Photo:
The bite of a king cobra is fatal in most cases / Photo:

King cobra venom causes paralysis of the respiratory muscles and respiratory arrest. Blurred vision and difficulty walking are also characteristic symptoms, and it was with these symptoms that Yang went to the local clinic in mid-November.

The Briton was saved, and this is a great success, because a king cobra bite is deadly: after 15 minutes a person can die.

Ian spent many days in intensive care. Now he is gradually recovering and he was even allowed to leave the hospital. However, he is in a deplorable situation. The poor fellow lost his sight, his legs are practically paralyzed, so he moves in a wheelchair. Although the test for Covid did not give a clear positive result, doctors have a suspicion that the man has picked up and he – again In addition, growing medical bills for treatment of all illnesses he has suffered prevent Ian from leaving the country and returning to his homeland in the UK.

Jan sees practically nothing and cannot walk, but he does not lose heart.  / Photo:
Jan sees practically nothing and cannot walk, but he does not lose heart. / Photo:

Go Fund Me, a website that helps people around the world, is now raising money to help Ian to cover his debts and medical expenses (tens of thousands of pounds) that he will still need before he can return home to the Isle of Wight. – to your family.

Yang’s son is very worried about his father.

– My dad is a real fighter. During his stay in India, he already suffered from malaria and dengue fever, even before the coronavirus, and yet he remained determined in his desire to stay in this country and continue his work, – the young man told reporters, – He could not return home because of the pandemic, and at the same time as a family, we understood his desire to continue to support the people who relied on him. We naturally worried about him, but then, when we heard that he also suffered from a snakebite, which is considered fatal, we just could not believe it!

People from all over the world supported the poor man and donated money to him.  / Photo:
People from all over the world supported the poor man and donated money to him. / Photo:

Community Action Isle of Wight CEO Mike Bulpitt asked all caring people to help his employee:

“Ian has put his life and health at stake in order to continue to support people in India. For almost a year he lived in difficult conditions and was away from his own family and friends. Now he has a long road to recovery, and we ask for any support. We ask all concerned people to help us cover his medical expenses until he is eventually delivered home. We hope that very soon he will be able to return to his beloved work and again support those in need. But now he needs funds to survive.

People from all over the world responded and started donating money to Jan. They also leave words of support on the site.

Jones' story has been posted on a fundraising site for those looking for help.  / Photo:
Jones’ story has been posted on a fundraising site for those looking for help. / Photo:

“I pray for your super fast recovery, Jan. Your acts of kindness to help the poorest of people will not be in vain. Thank you for all your help and all the best wishes to you, your family, friends and colleagues,” Tushar Shah writes to him. 

“Get well soon, brother!” – addresses to Jan Junaid Ahmed Mohammed. 

“The Yankees wish you all the best. You have done a lot of good things in your life, – writes Ronald Moulton. 

“You are doing an important job and therefore really need good medical treatment and assistance,” says Suzanne Ross.

Indian doctors hope that leg paralysis and blindness are temporary consequences of the bite. It is hoped that Yang will eventually recover completely. Unless, of course, something else unexpected happens to him in India.

India is truly a mysterious country. Where else, if not here, such incredible events could take place?

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Vampire from the Australian state of Victoria: A rare disease doomed a little boy to live in the dark

Vampire from the Australian state of Victoria: A rare disease doomed a little boy to live in the dark 94

A little boy from the Australian state of Victoria is doomed to live in the dark due to his skin’s increased sensitivity to ultraviolet radiation. This is reported by the NZ Herald.

George Maddern, who is now 18 months old, was born with a rare condition – pigmented xeroderma. Because of this, the boy is allergic to sunlight.

These people are killed by the rays of the sun. They hide from the light and go outside after sunset

Every day, the child and his parents face many problems. For Maddern to play in the house, all the shutters must be closed and the windows must be tightly curtained. To go outside, he must be wrapped in blankets and put on gloves, since no part of his skin should be exposed to the sun.

The disease increases the chance of skin cancer by 10 thousand times, and there is a 25 percent chance that sunlight can affect the boy’s vision, hearing and nervous system. Xeroderma is incurable.

“This diagnosis means that George cannot play outside, walk up to UV-protected windows, and even attend any events if halogen lamps are used in the room where they are held,” the child’s uncle explained.

The boy has already been hospitalized with severe burns to his face after spending a short time in the sun without protection.

The family wants to build a special gazebo that will serve as a playground for the child, large enough to accommodate a trampoline, basketball hoops and slides. Also, the boy’s parents plan to tint the windows of the house and the car, install sensors that measure the level of ultraviolet radiation and buy clothes with UV protection.

To date, crowdfunding has raised over 63,000 Australian dollars.

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“Alien Challenge” continues: Another mysterious monolith found in Romania

"Alien Challenge" continues: Another mysterious monolith found in Romania 95
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Another mysterious monolith, the appearance of which previously puzzled the authorities of the American state of Utah, this time discovered in the east of Romania, writes the Daily Mail newspaper.

Last week, it was reported that Utah Public Safety officials had found a structure of shiny metal about twice as tall in the desert. After a few days, the monolith disappeared. According to the local land administration bureau, “an illegally installed structure called a” monolith “was removed <…> by an unknown party.”

The Romanian monolith was erected on a hill near the town of Piatra Neamt, a few meters from the ruins of the Dacian fortress of Petrodava. It was discovered on November 26th.

Roxana Josanu, a spokeswoman for the Culture and Historical Heritage Department of Neamt County, said the authorities were studying the “strange emergence” of a monolith about four meters high. 

“Before anything can be installed here, the permission of our organization is required, which must be approved by the Ministry of Culture,” she added.

The monolith in Romania, unlike the construction in Utah, is not a rectangle, but a rectangular trapezoid with a beveled top. Besides, its surface is covered with “patterns”.

Earlier, the media noted that the find in the Utah desert is similar to the alien obelisk from the Stanley Kubrick movie “A Space Odyssey 2001”, except for the fact that it is not black, but silver. It was assumed that we are talking about an art object.

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