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Aniston 62″ thighbone

The bones of some prehistoric giants have been unearthed near Aniston, Ala. One of the thigh bones was sixty-two inches long, and the skulls averaged thirty-four inches in circumference.

Anniston is a city in Calhoun County in the state of Alabama. The city is situated on the slope of Blue Mountain.

In 2002, an investigation by 60 Minutes[18] revealed Anniston had been among the most toxic cities in the country. The primary source of local contamination was a Monsanto chemical factory, which had already been closed.

For those conspiracy or just free-thinking here is something to latch onto: The location of the skeleton was: “prehistoric giants have been unearthed near Aniston, Ala.”

While the chemical spill that is quaranteed off is located: “Anniston plant encompasses approximately 70 acres of land and is located about 1 mile west of downtown Anniston, Alabama.”

It would be nice for a local to follow up and see if these two locations overlap somewhere, could the bones be located there, or are they already removed?

Chris L Lesley

You can see a map from 1887 here: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f3/1887_Perspective_Map_of_Anniston_Alabama.jpg

Aniston 62″ thighbone

The Louisiana Democrat., September 03, 1890, pg 4

Research done by Rephaim23

alabama aniston

Witchita Daily Eagle, (Witchita, Kan.), 26 May 1894. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress

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