Part 2: Tappen, North Dakota: Encounters with Non-Humans

"The creatures were using those claw blades on their hands. I think they were hooking her (sow) and pulling her. ... I don’t know what drove me to do it, but I jumped in there (corral) right away and shot one of them."

- Evan Briese

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About 60 miles east of Bismarck, North Dakota, is the small farm town of Tappen (red) in Kidder County. Northeast of Tappen is the Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge (yellow).
About 60 miles east of Bismarck, North Dakota, is the small farm town of Tappen (red) in Kidder County. Northeast of Tappen is the Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge (yellow).

Reposted March 22, 2022 - January 26, 2007   Tappen, North Dakota - Around 1:20 a.m. - according to the kitchen clock - on Monday, September 11, 2006, Evan Briese woke up to go to the bathroom and get a drink of water from the kitchen sink. The window over the sink looks out to the big corral in front of the barn.

 

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