Expedition Team: Dave Miller, Rosie Miller
Date: August 8, 2021
This beautiful circa 1890’s house contained a plethora of fabulous antiques and local memorabilia but the two roadside oddities we came to see were bizarre freakshow animals. In the basement on display was a rare two headed calf born in 1941born to the Razor family. The calf lived briefly and after death they had the calf stuffed and charged curiosity seekers 10 cents to view it. A visitor from Arkansas told the Razor’s they had a freak bull that had four horns, four eyes and two functional noses. The bought the bull named “Andy D-Day” (it was born on June 6, 1944), brought him back to Brookville and put the live bull on display with the calf until the bull died in 1956. They charged 25 cents for people to view both freak animals.