A storm last month in Texas caused the death of a herd of cows. Strangely, the cattle are all dead lined up along an iron fence.
Sad discovery of the one made in late August by a cattle farmer in northeastern Texas. While conducting an inspection tour of his lands, at the exit of the town of Annona (315 inhabitants), a few days after a violent stormy episode, Bobby Woody III noticed the death of fifteen cows and eight calves.
Presumably struck by lightning, the animals showed signs of burning in the stomach.
Surprisingly, the cattle are all dead lined up along an iron fence, offering both a macabre and a mysterious scene. "Cows often move in groups and must be along the barbed wire when lightning has fallen"explains the farmer. "Thunderstorms are not uncommon here and are always impressive. What the poor flock has suffered shows the power and tension of lightning when it fell.".
Collapsed from the loss of his cattle, the operator of Texas decided to film his gruesome discovery, to send it to his insurer, but also to alert the farmers of the region. "This is one of the craziest things I've ever seen. The effect of lightning on a fence can be felt right in the middle of the field, but I didn't think it could kill so many animals at the same time.".
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