Bones of Men 10 – 15 feet in height. Davenport France
Several Human skulls were examined, gigantic skulls, these are the results of those measurements:
Specimen A. Skull that measures in circumference 28″.
Specimen B. Skull that measures in circumference 31″.
Specimen X. Skull that measures in circumference 33″.
Other bones were found with the skulls which were equally gigantic were said to be of individuals that might have been between 10 – 15 feet in height.
These anthropological specimens were sent to the Paris academy for study.
They were uncovered at the work of a waterworks reservoir, in Montpelier France.
~Chris L Lesley
Davenport Daily Leader, November 25, 1894
GIANTS OF PREHISTORIC FRANCE
Fritz Zimmerman: The Nephilim Chronicles, Angels in the Ohio Valley
- Anonymous said…
- I ran some numbers on these skulls…Most guys have a skull of 20-22 inches circumference, and some odd 1400 cranial capacity. A skull 32 inches around and proportionate would contain over 4000 cc. Or in layman’s terms, these brutes would have possessed mental abilities which would make Einstein seem “retarded” by comparison. I mean, they could philosophically rape you from a distance with brains that big.Jim -rephaim23
- August 18, 2011 11:25 PM
The fact that these giant skeleton reports pop up in the same region where giant bones double the normal size were documented in the science journal nature (de Lapouge, 1890) suggests to me a genuine race of 10 to 12 ft tall giants existed in prehistoric France. Obviously if they were finding giants in 1890 you can bet they are finding giants today, and they are covering it up. I hate to sound like a conspiracy theorist, but my own independent research suggests that there is no way all of these reports could just “coincidentally” get tossed under the rug for 100 years. Apparently science is more interested in the quest to prove we descended from 3 foot ape men, rather than 11 foot giants. So they report the facts they want to — that’s the only explanation I can think of.
Montpellier is 2 miles south of Castelnau-le-Lez, where the bones of the 11 foot tall Castelnau giant was documented in La Naturen issue 888, year 1890 pg 11-12. That adds weight to the idea that true giants once occupied the ancient region of southern France.