Mysterious attacks on horses continue in France

By

A series of unexplained attacks on horses, ponies and donkeys around France since February, in which mutilated animals have been killed or severely wounded, continued this weekend in a latest incident in Burgundy, but police have so far failed to identify the attackers or their motives, which are speculated variously to be a gruesome online dare, dark Satanic rituals, or the work of a large criminal ring that sells horse's organs or blood.  

Reading articles is for subscribers only. Subscribe now.

More than 30 horses have been mutilated or killed in violent attacks across France since February, with cases rising in recent weeks. French authorities are no closer to finding a motive behind the attacks, but have warned the public not to take matters into their own hands, reports FRANCE 24.