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Carnegie Museum’s curator finds a Giant


Dr. W. J. Holland, curator of the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, and his assistant, Doctor Peterson, a few days ago opened up a mound of the ancient race that inhabited this section and found the skeleton of a man between eight and nine feet tall. This mound, which was originally about 100 feet long and more than twelve feet high, has been somewhat worn down by time. It is on the J. B. Sechrist farm, in South Huntington township. That farm has been in the Sechrist name for more than a century.

The most interesting feature in the recent excavation was the mummified torso of the human body, which the experts figured was laid to rest at least 4000 years ago. Professor Peterson declares the skeleton was the framework of a person of the prehistoric race that inhabited that section before the American Indians claimed the territory.

The parts of the skeleton were shipped to the Carnegie Museum. Doylestown.

Skeptics have no voice, just weak words out of desperation. They self proclaim their own authority and contradict their own rules. Here we have the curator of the famous Carnegie Museum who found a skeleton that rivaled Robert Wadlow. Evo’s tend to discredit their opponents as their first tactic, of course they even consume their own kind or claim “quote-mining” when

ever the quote doesn’t fit a promotional narrative for pantheism.

Here is my stand: claiming that devolution not evolution is the ONLY process observable to reality. I claim that History records Greater Ancestry while imagination and blue-lines are all there is of common ancestry. And with my stand I have presidents and Scientific leaders of their day claiming to have seen with their own eyes skeletons of men who were taller than any man alive today. I am guessing they knew how a tape measure works, and with modern skeptics: evidence and eyewitnesses are troublesome.

Chris L Lesley

Greensburg, Pa. Oct.3


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