The Sand Creek Township history talks about “mounds,” Ken Kellar notes, “North of Brewersville is a mound that is believed to be the work of the mound builders. When Albert N. Robinson dug a cellar. He found a skeleton of a little child. The hair was white and there was many indications that the child was not an Indian. but belonged to a fair-complexed race of people. Later in about 1879, a team of archaeologists and scientific observers from New York and Ohio, along with Dr. Charles Green, a local physician. and Albert N. Robinson, excavated the burial ground. They unearthed a skeleton of a human they thought was nine feet tall. A mica necklace was around the neck, and a crude human image of burnt clay embedded with pieces of flint stood at the feet. Cedar sticks were found around the waist. For a time the bones were kept by the Robinson family and stored in the Kellar mill. Mother Nature reclaimed the bones when they were washed away in the 1937 flood.
- Jennings County, Indiana 18161999. Research done by Rephaim 23.
- Jennings County Historical Society, 1816 – 1899, page 17.
- A Tradition of Giants, Ross Hamilton.
It is important to notice the significance of this find as it pertains to the academic model. Evolutionists would believe that there would be a 3.5-4′ apeman with short legs. Instead we find individuals with femurs more than 30 “. It is often misquoted that Robert Wadlow is the tallest man even though thousands of examples demonstrate otherwise, this one included.
~Chris L Lesley