Reported Crop Circles for the State of Wyoming -

Parkman, Sheridan County (November 15, 1966)

Al Wiselka and Leonard Kaiser were out hunting for elk near West Pass Creek, very close to the Montana State Line and the Crow Indian Reservation when they saw some strange lights on an opposing ridge. The following day they went up to the area and discovered a ‘semi-circular’ area of brush and grass pressed flat to the ground, with several nearby tree branches knocked off around the semi-circle’s perimeter.

They also discovered the body of a fawn (deer). Where the neck and head of the fawn had crossed the perimeter line of the flattened semi-circle, its head and neck had been severed clean off with no sign of blood or other wounds.

Eyewitness report only.

Crop type: grass

Source: The Press, Sheridan, WY, October 19, 1967; MUFON Journal, Nov. 1991.


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