Chino Valley 9 to 10 feet tall
FORUM Prescott, Arizona
December 10, 1930
Editor The Courier
Dear Sir:-Chino Valley
Nearly every issue of the papers during the last week has had something to say about the the expedition going into Mexico to search for the bones of a race of giants. Why go to Mexico? Several years ago Bill Singleton, a boss on the highway told me while working on the road through Chino Valley some human bones were dug up which, when compared with the average bones of today, indicated that they belonged to a race of men who measured between nine and 10 feet tall. Jess kiple at Bruchman’s will verify this statement.
Another interesting find in this section was one made several years ago between Deweyand Humbolt a new piece of road cut into an old burial ground. Del Daves, now dead, doing some digging there, found two skeletons lying side by side, each about four feet long having enormous heads. Beth Gray, a mining man of this section who saw the skulls, said they were so big that it woud take a number nine hat to fit them. Sincerely yours WILLIAM CROCKER
Research done by Rephaim23
“a race of men who measured between nine and 10 feet tall”
You ask, “how does effect evolutionary theory?”
Whenever the words “race” is used concerning giants it rules out physical anomalies like gigantism. Evolutionists attempt to explain-away by going into story-telling mode in the oral tradition of evolution, by what is referred to as “just-so” stories. Imaginative tales, but tall tales are no match for good science, or good anthropology from historical records. Evolution’s goal is to search for corroborating evidence while dismissing any opposition as an anomaly. Many times discoveries have reported a “giant race”, over and over and the methods of coverups have not always been effective. A giant race shows superiority, a process of devolution not evolution, it shows greater longevity and maturity than what exists today, and most of all it shows that the road to man is downhill, and only man has walked it, greater men.
~Chris L Lesley / Greater Ancestors World Museum
- Chino Valley 9 to 10 feet tall FORUM Prescott, Arizona December 10, 1930 Editor The Courier
- prescott evening courier, 11 december 1930 pg 5 Research done by Rephaim23