9 Foot Skeleton Jennings County
NINE FOOT SKELETON 9 Foot Skeleton
A 9 Foot Skeleton eight inches tall was recovered from a stone burial mound at Brewersville, Indiana, in 1879. A mica necklace was around the neck, and a crude human image of burnt clay embedded with pieces of flint stood at the feet. The mound, between 3 and 5 feet high and 71 feet in diameter was excavated by Indiana archaeologists scientific observers from New York and Ohio, a local physician, Dr. Charles Green, and the owner of the property on which the mound stood, a Mr. Robison. 9 Foot Skeleton.
The bones were kept by the Robison family in a basket in a nearby grain mill. They
were lost when a flood swept away the mill in 1937.
- (THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, NOVEMBER 10, 1875) Mysteries of the unexplained The reader’s Digest Association. (1982) pp40
- (THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, NOVEMBER 11, 1875) Jennings County, Indiana. Remains of Vanished Giants Found in State. “It measured nine feet eight inches.”
- Nevada State Journal, (Reno Nevada). December 30, 1923. Cave Found in Indiana Hints Age Old Race, Giant Skeletons and Metal Strange to America Seen in Ancient Sepulcher, Blind Snakes are Found. “skeletons of three men the longest of which measured much beyond that of modern men were found, . . Smithsonian Institution.
Much of the scientific world on all sides are dismissing these finds. A nine foot skeleton utterly destroys the notion that man came from a hairy tailed quadraped aka (monkey). If creatures go-from-the-goo-through-the-zoo-to-you, you would expect to find only smaller humans. Out of all the thousands of giant skeletal finds, one “hobbit” gets all the attention.