The U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. III, No. 3, June-July 1965, page 5:
In at least one case, the appearance of a strange
flying object caused a stampede. On Oct. 30,
1964, Mr. James Sharman, a British coal merchant, and
three business companions were on a night time fishing
trip in Somerset, England. Shortly, after
midnight, a mysterious flying machine appeared,
illuminated with a dazzling red light. It was
moving slowly in their direction, and at a fairly low
altitude so that the red glow lit up the bank of the
stream and the surrounding fields.
“There was a herd of about 50 cows in one field,”
Sharman reports. “When the thing stopped
overhead, they started making a heck of a noise and
chasing around the field.”
The cattle were so terrified by the UFO that the men
narrowly escaped being trampled.
“It was like all pandemonium let loose,” said
Sharman. “We hid behind a car, so the cows
wouldn’t sweep us in the water.”
After a few minutes, the unknown craft accelerated and disappeared, and the cattle quieted down.