Part 2: Elk Hunter Meets Non-Human

“He (entity) just pointed his arm at the pickup, his right arm, and the pickup disappeared.”

- Carl Higdon, his 1974 abduction, along with 5 elk

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October 10, 2007  Laramie, Wyoming - On Sunday, November 17, 1974, Leo Sprinkle, Ph.D., then Prof. of Psychology and Director of the Division of Counseling and Testing at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyoming, conducted an interview and hypnosis session with Carl Higdon. The goal was to understand more about Carl's encounter with a non-human entity around 4 p.m. after he shot at an elk and saw the bullet drop to the ground on October 25, 1974, in the Medicine Bow National Forest.

Margery Higdon wrote on back of 1974 photograph she took: "Meadow (where) elk were when Carl shot at (one). (Ink circle marks) where Carl was standing." Photograph in 1974 by Margery Higdon.
Margery Higdon wrote on back of 1974 photograph she took: "Meadow (where) elk were when Carl shot at (one). (Ink circle marks) where Carl was standing." Photograph in 1974 by Margery Higdon.

 

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