Order of the Bull's Blood (also known as Lodge 443) is a secret society at Rutgers University, allegedly established in 1834 by Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, William A. Newell, John Parker and Cortlandt Parker and Joseph P. Bradley . It is the oldest currently active secret society at Rutgers, dating several years before the incarnation of the first fraternities at the University. In the Spring of each year, twelve members of the junior class are chosen, or "tapped," by the outgoing members from the senior class of the Order and are tied to a series of continuing pranks at Rutgers and at historic rival Princeton University, including allegedly being involved in the 1875 theft of a cannon at Princeton—an event (and the ensuing debate between the two university presidents) reported in nationwide newspapers—and an unsuccessful repeat attempt in 1946. With Cap and Skull's recent policy of publicizing membership, Bull's Blood is currently the only active and fully undisclosed assemblage of students at Rutgers University.
This club does not exist as it is reported to. It was an attempt by Christopher Thieme to create cult of adoration around himself. All of its history is made up by him. No evidence prior to his attempts to tap individuals around 2001 exists.