Part 3: Elk Hunter Meets Non-Human

“I really don't know how a seven mag. could shoot 50 feet and come out lookin' like that!  It's just not feasible - not possible!”

- Carl Higdon, his 1974 abduction while elk hunting


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October 25, 2007  Laramie, Wyoming - On November 2, 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, first conducted an interview with Carl Higdon in Carl's home, from approximately 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. In his original notes, Dr. Sprinkle wrote, “Those present included Carl and Margery Higdon, their children (Rose Bryson, age 15; Lilly, age 14; Michael, age 12; Lyle, age 11, and several relatives.) Visitors were: Mr. Rick Kenyon, Art Teacher, Rawlins Public Schools; Mr. Robert (Bob) Nantkes, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, Riverton.”


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