THE WORLD’S TALLEST GIANTS
Near by Hull found perfect footprints of the giant imprinted in stone. Their
distance apart showed his stride to have been at least five feet. .This would, however, indicate a height of not over 10 or 11 feet. When Hull returned to Flagstaff scientists scoffed at the story and his friends laughed at him. He has not since visited the skeleton because of his fear of ridicule, and of course though he clings to his story and says he will lead any scientist to the spot
to prove or disprove it his giant must for, the present be labeled “Interesting
But there are plenty of sure enough giant remains.
Harrison press-journal. [volume], May 17, 1900, Image 3