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Berkeley County, Enormous Jawbone

Jawbone of enormous size

Berkeley County, West Virginia. Created on May 15, 1772 by an act of House of Burgesses from the northern third of Frederick County when it was part of Virginia, Berkeley County became West Virginia’s second oldest county after the Mountain State was admitted to the Union in 1863 during the American Civil War.

Another jawbone of enormous size is recorded as having been discovered near Martinsburg the county seat. (Berkeley County)

As a passionate researcher of giants and ancient civilizations, I find it incredibly intriguing to come across articles such as this one. The discovery of a jawbone of enormous size near Martinsburg, the county seat of Berkeley County, is an exciting find. However, it is important to note that this is not the first time such discoveries have been made in the area.

Berkeley County, West Virginia, has a rich history dating back to the 1700s, and it is no surprise that significant archaeological finds are made in the region. The fact that this particular jawbone is described as “enormous” is especially interesting, as it raises questions about the size of the individual to whom it belonged. Was this person a member of a long-lost civilization of giants that once inhabited the area?

Unfortunately, the article provides very little information about the discovery, and we are left to wonder about the circumstances surrounding it. Were any other artifacts found alongside the jawbone? Was it dated or analyzed in any way to determine its age or origin? These are important questions that need to be addressed to better understand the significance of this discovery.

It is also worth noting that the history of giant discoveries in the area goes back much further than this particular article. The fact that giant human skeletons have been found in West Virginia, surrounded by jewelry, stone implements, and coins with indecipherable inscriptions, as reported in the Ogden Standard-Examiner in 1930, is a testament to the rich history of this region.

It is unfortunate that such discoveries are often mishandled or covered up, which can make it difficult for researchers and enthusiasts alike to fully explore and understand the extent of our ancient past. Nevertheless, as a dedicated researcher, I remain committed to uncovering the truth and shedding light on these fascinating discoveries.

History of Hampshire County, West Virginia 1897

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