Woman finds pickled two-headed pig whilst planting a hosta in mother’s garden
PLANTING a hosta in her mother’s garden in Saegertown, Pennsylvania, Sharon Reagle unearthed a jar containing the foot-long pig with two heads.
“My parents lived there for 56 years and never raised pigs,” Reagle said.
Reagle placed the dead pig in her mum’s freezer. She then contacted the biology department at Allegheny College.
“Awesome,” said Lisa Whitenack, assistant professor of biology, who accepted the piglet. “This is like Christmas for a biologist. Even if it’s completely liquefied inside, we can strip off the skin and everything and display the skeleton… the skull should look pretty cool too.”