Details- we're in western Washington. her pen is far to large to put a top on, and the coop has a door. Whatever it is can either squeeze in under the door or is going under the whole coop (a large shed) and getting in. Or is attacking during the day. Some chickens are missing. One hen has her feathers pulled out from near her butt, bottom of her neck and over her whole back. the feathers are on the floor of the coup. If they go out 4 or 5 times a day they get 6 eggs a day. If they go out 2 twice a day there is one egg at best. So something is eating the eggs as well leaving no shell, no mess nothing. It's not eating their food, the missing hens have left no trace behind. No feathers missing. The one hen that has feathers pulled is a bully. You go to touch her and she'll cut you with her claws. What could it be? Oh we also have some small traps set and haven't caught anything. No matter how long day or night we stay out watching we see nothing. so whatever it is knows when it's being watched. I'm use to raccoons, and possums. But they usually will get in a trap for easy food, eat the chicken feed. Or leave feathers or parts of a chicken behind. I'm almost considering having my parents lock their chicken pen up. Am I crazy to feel like it may be a person?