Katha Sheehan, the owner of a Florida chicken rescue, was brought a chicken that had a corner of something portruding from its chest that was obviously not a feather.
Peeking out of, and embedded into, the chicken’s chest and packed behind some primitive stitch-work was the corner of the photograph above.
A local vet removed the photograph from the infected hole in the chicken’s chest after cutting through the makeshift stitch job. Not only was there the 4″x6″ photo…
Nope. Wouldn’t be a Florida story if that’s all there was…
There was also a sketch of a skull.
A nearby anthropology professor who’d been asked about the chicken because of the cult-like procedure stated:
“This is a magical ritual of Cuban origin, probably, with the name ‘Sarabanda,’ which is a deity from the Congo area that was probably used to affect the relationship of these three young people. To me it is alien, the idea of casting your sins on innocent animals.”
According to the vet that treated the chicken, who’s name is Trooper, is recovering very well.