Do cattle mutilations still plague the American West? According to ON THE TRAIL OF UFOS: NIGHT VISITORS, the latest documentary from Small Town Monsters, the phenomenon which was popularized through references in shows like The X-Files and Unsolved Mysteries, continues to this day. Today, cattle mutilations are thought to go hand in hand with mysterious objects in the skies (commonly referred to as UFOs or UAPs) and that’s what first brought indie documentary crew Small Town Monsters and investigator Shannon LeGro to the Miller Ranch in southern Colorado.
While filming this latest chapter in their series, LeGro and company found an unusual amount of activity centered around this particular ranch. Everything from odd lights seen in the air and on the ground, to unusual sounds, enigmatic government black helicopters and even specific corners of the property that seemed to invite deadly accidents. At the heart of all this bizarre activity was a series of cattle mutilations that truly call into question what we think we know about the topic of UFOs and little green men from outer space.
Tom Miller, the property owner and lifelong rancher, claims that he’s lost at least 16 cattle in ways which defy logical explanations. Missing organs, precise laser-like cuts, and horrendous wounds are typically all that remains. In NIGHT VISITORS, LeGro and Small Town Monsters founder Seth Breedlove explore the property, as well as a mutilation site, and examine evidence left behind.
ON THE TRAIL OF UFOS: NIGHT VISITORS debuts on major streaming platforms on April 5th, from 1091 Pictures, including iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu and FandangoNOW. The documentary promises to make viewers take a different look at the topic of UFOs. ON THE TRAIL OF UFOS: NIGHT VISITORS is directed and produced by Seth Breedlove, produced by Heather Moser, and distributed by 1091 Pictures.
NIGHT VISITORS is the follow-up to the wildly successful 2020 miniseries, On the Trail of UFOs, and 2021’s On the Trail of UFOs: Dark Sky. The film is directed by Seth Breedlove and follows investigator Shannon LeGro (host of Into the Fray podcast) as she searches for answers across the stunning mountains and prairie lands of Colorado. Her search takes her deep into often-overlooked and deeply disturbing sides of the UAP topic; cattle mutilations and human abductions.