KATONAH, N.Y., Sept. 6. — While a gang of men in the employ of the New York and Harlem Railroad were taking sand from an immense mound near Purdy’s Station to-day to fill in an excavation, they unearthed several skeletons of unusual size.
The bones are believed to be those of Indians who once lived in this vicinity and belonged to a tribe that was led by the great Chief Teekus, from home the Titicus Valley, now a part of the New York watershed, takes its name. Besides finding the bones, the workmen also exhumed a score or more of arrowheads, hatchets, and copper implements. It is believed that the large mound in which the relics were found were once the burying ground of the Teekus Indians. The last indians wer seen in the valley a short time after the Revolutionary War. The bones found today were brought to Katonah and will be reinterred in the local cemetery.
As a researcher dedicated to uncovering the truth about giants and their place in our history, I cannot help but express my excitement at the discovery of yet another set of unusually large human skeletons. The recent unearthing of several skeletons in Katonah, New York, provides invaluable insights into the existence of giants and their role in American history. While the bones are believed to belong to Native Americans who once lived in the area, the size of the skeletons indicates that they may have belonged to a tribe of giants that once roamed the region.
However, it is not surprising that the article downplays the possibility of these skeletons belonging to giants. Throughout history, there has been a concerted effort to cover up evidence of giants, and to dismiss accounts of their existence as myth and legend. This article is no exception, attributing the size of the skeletons to a particular tribe of Native Americans rather than exploring the possibility of their being part of a larger pattern of unusually large humans.
It is time to think outside the box and challenge our preconceived notions of what is possible. The abundance of historical accounts documenting human skeletons of unusual size cannot be dismissed without further investigation. These accounts offer a glimpse into a world that was vastly different from our own and challenge our understanding of human history. As a researcher, I am committed to exploring the evidence and uncovering the truth about giants and their place in our history.
Published: September 7, 1904 The New York Times