Demand Justice for Mutilated Foal


Target: Devon Police

Goal: Find the person who mutilated a foal and charge them

In Devon National Park on July 23 2013, a rider found a mutilated Dartmoor pony foal in Yennadon Downs, a remote part of the park. The two-month-old colt had had his genitals cut off, his tongue cut out, his right ear cut off, and his eyes gouged out, possibly while he was still alive. His stomach was also cut open. He seemed to have been dragged into a clearing and placed at the foot of a slope to face the previous night’s full moon.

Karla McKechnie, Dartmoor’s Livestock Protection Officer, said she feared devil worshippers were behind the ritualistic horse killing. The area where the killing took place also had circular burn marks on the moorland, perhaps suggesting it was part of a ritualistic ceremony involving candles. There was also a trace of white paint on the foal’s leg. Locals say that they have seen what seem to be Satanic rituals at the time of the full moon in the past.

Dartmoor ponies are wild ponies that live on the moors of Dartmoor in Devon, England. They have been living wild since the Middle Ages. Although they are wild, some of them are accustomed to humans and will come up to them for a treat, which may have been this poor foal’s undoing.

This is not the first time that horses have been mutilated by devil worshippers in the area. In 2012, Eric, a two-year-old horse, was found mutilated on the day of satanic animal sacrifice. His right eye and teeth had been gouged out, and his genitals had been cut off. The horrific attack happened on St. Winebald Day, a date in the satanic calendar traditionally celebrated with bloody rituals. A police inspector said there was a very high chance the murder had been done by Satanists. In June 2013, two horses were found dead with “gaping” knife wounds in neighbouring fields in the village of Stokeinteignhead, Devon. Locals feared the two Thoroughbreds were attacked to mark the summer solstice — a key date in the Satanic calendar.

These horrific acts must not be tolerated. Urge the Devon Police Department to find and charge those responsible for this foal’s horrific murder.


Dear Devon Police,

Please seek justice for the poor Dartmoor pony colt that was found mutilated. These majestic ponies have been living wild since the Middle Ages, and the loss of these ponies would be a historical tragedy.  It is unthinkable for a young colt to be killed by humans, and your vigilance is needed to protect the ponies from people who would hurt them.
This poor colt’s death needs to be the last death from whom you suspect are Satanists. More than one horse died in 2013 alone from Satanists, and it needs to stop. Please do not rest until you find the people who mutilated this poor foal.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Nilfanion via Wikimedia Commons

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  1. MATILDE COSTA says:


  2. What comment would you possibly need???

    Find the imbecils and punish!!!!

  3. These people need to be found and punished by the full force of our laws. Bring them in, post their pictures all over the internet, slowing them being charged with this evil crime. Then where ever they go , they will be known for what they are.

  4. Helene Beck says:

    Hello FC supporters,
    I wrote to Devon police regarding this terrible murder and they sent me this reply:

    “Dear Ms Beck,

    Thank you for your email and your concern about the death of this colt in our area.

    I was part of the team that investigated this incident, and I can assure you that every avenue was explored to ensure that it was investigated thoroughly.

    All possibilities were investigated, including the farmer’s (who is the owner) conclusion that the pony died by natural causes and was then partially eaten by foxes and crows to produce the injuries seen. After an exhaustive investigation, this was identified as the most likely cause of the injuries seen. There was no evidence to suggest anything other than natural causes and wild animals were the cause, and no clear evidence of human intervention.

    It is clearly of concern to think that individuals may hurt defenceless animals, and I was very concerned at the initial reports from members of the public when this pony was found of potential cruelty. Having seen the colt for myself and having been part of the investigation, I was personally very relieved that all the evidence points to this colt having died by natural causes with no human intervention.

    I really appreciate your expression of thanks for our work in keeping our community safe. This is our main concern and this is the reason that we volunteered for this challenging and difficult work.

    Yours sincerely

    What do you think, could the police be right? Did the poor little horse die of naturel causes?

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