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Church support after animal attacks

by Michael Ford last modified 27 Nov, 2019 04:38 PM

Satanic symbols daubed on a New Forest church have been removed and the church is offering support to parishioners who lost their animals in series of apparently occult-inspired attacks.

Church support after animal attacks

Symbols on the door have been removed

The attacks are believed to have taken place between 16 and 20 November and satanic symbols were found daubed on St Peter's Church in Bramshaw, Hampshire.

3 cattle were found with stab wounds at Linwood and 2 sheep were fatally slashed and also marked with the signs.

An inverted cross and the number 666 were painted on the door of the part-12th-Century church but the Vicar, the Revd David Bacon said that the vandalism had been removed and that the main concern was to help those affected by the loss of their animals.

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