John Stucky, Mr. Osborn and a few others, whose names are forgotten, were digging a grave on top of a mound near Siple’s, and reaching the depth of about three feet came upon the remains of three persons.
The first was a huge being, the lower maxillary being large enough to pass over that of a living person,
flesh and all. Mr. Stucky further says that
the femur bone was several inches longer than that of an ordinary man.
Unfortunately these remains have been neglected and lost. Of the remains of the other two, one seemed to have been a women, the other a child. The skeleton of the women was reclining between the legs of the huge man, and the child between those of the women.