In the 1940's, a two-headed calf was born to Rasor farm of Brookville, Ohio.  Although the calf did not live so they had it stuffed and the Rasor's began collecting animal oddities.

 

A bull calf was born June 6, 1944 on a farm in Fort Smith, Arkansas, which was named Andy D-Day.   The Rasor's purchased the calf and had it transported to Ohio.  Andy had four eyes, a double nose and four horns.  The Rasor's advertised their prize calf and erected billboards up and down Route 40.  The admission price was twenty five cents you could see their stuffed two-headed calf as well as feed Andy.

 

 

 

 


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