7 and 8′ skeletons Pleasantville, NJ
Wauneck, a medicine man’s skeleton was uncovered of whom was 8 feet in height. Several warrior’s skeletons were found of whom were over 7 feet in height.
Eight skeletons were removed from May’s landing in New Jersey on February 9th. An Indian graveyard was uncovered close too Edgewater Avenue in a deep chamber that were closely laid together. The graves were packed with tortoise shells, oyster shells and clam shells, war weapons, war decorations, valuable stones, and bead and shell decorations.
One of the individuals who was of an extreme height and well decorated points to him being Kineawaugha, whose descendants own farms along the shoreline.
Over 50 skeletons were removed in all and crowds gathered to watch for weeks. Skeletons Pleasantville.
Ignorantly Messyrs, Risely, and the Farr families, whom were the owners of the land gave the archaeological association of the University of Pennsylvannia the right to search for relics on their land.
Seeking to seize these valuables several individuals from the University of Pennsyvannia immediately showed up, some of these were John H. Cooley, Jr. of New Haven, Connecticut, Charles K. Simpson of New York, and Prfessor C. H. Ferrel of Baltimore and several more un-named.
The citizen’s gaze in silent wonder on these relics of a race that at one time ruled the land. For seven miles along the shore can be seen large mounds of clam and oyster shells left here by Indians who used to congregate by hundreds to open oysters for winter food, and it is near these shell mounds that the great number of skeletons have been taken up. In some instances weapons of war made of stone and flint have been found lying beside some of the exceedingly large skeletons. The relics will be put
on exhibition at the museum of the university in Philadelphia.
~Chris L Lesley
These bodies have been desecrated! They belong to us, the residents of New Jersey and we should find them and bring them home. This is all to common; some elite group has been taking relics that would rewrite history. Follow the money! Who would benefit from keeping history as it was written, however wrong it may be? Schools make money no matter what they teach, government doesn’t profit, so that leaves the church!
Government does profit. There is a clear trail in every article that leads to Universities but mostly the Smithsonian. Our government is corrupt has been for a long time. The Smithsonian has received billions of tax dollars ans grants. I didnt target them to begin but after researching thousands of articles the same name comes up. If you are bashing or blaming the church, that just happens to be the institutions biggest enemy and biggest obstacle. Be sure you are not doing exactly what the culprit wants you to do.