“I’ve had psychic communications with animals previously but never quite like this.”
President Theodore Roosevelt was an avid hunter, and he once related a heart-breaking story regarding a wounded deer.
“I missed badly and only hit part of his leg,” said the famous sportsman. “I could see the look of agony in its face and as it started to turn and hobble away, it suddenly stopped and stared – at me. I was a hundred yards or so away but we made instant eye contact.
“It was at that moment that we communicated to each other. I said I was sorry, but it just stood there and stared. It was no different than if I were having a conversation with a human being I had done wrong.”
The deer slowly limped back into the woods and Roosevelt never forgot the incident.
“I’ve had psychic communications with animals previously but never quite like this. It was as if he was asking me why I did it. The amazing thing about it was that I was so far away and how could the deer have possibly known I was responsible for his injury?
“I have no doubt that that animal which I’m sure went on to have a slow, agonizing death, thought about me when he passed on. I shall forever regret the incident and wish I had never encountered that deer.”