Into the Smithsonian’s Hands
During the digging of a trench in the front yard of Mr. Thomas Croswell’s residence at Farmington Last Tuesday, six Indian skeletons were exhumed. One of the skeletons were of gigantic size and was secured in almost perfect condition. It was sent to the Smithsonian Institution at Washington. Mr. Croswell’s house and yard occupy the site of an Indian buying ground, and it is impossible to dig there without bringing some portion of a skeleton to light. Upon one of them, supposed to be the skeleton of a “big brave” was found a variety of beads. At the same time they found something which puzzled the learned ones to name. It had the form of a human body, but it had the appearance and felt like rusty iron, but upon breaking off a portion of it, the inside was found to be of a clay colored sand.
As a dedicated researcher of the existence of giants, I am thrilled to bring to your attention the incredible discovery made in 1873 at Mr. Thomas Croswell’s residence in Farmington, Maine. During the digging of a trench, six Indian skeletons were exhumed, including one of gigantic size, which was sent to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. The discovery of this skeleton is just one of many accounts published in newspapers and journals from the 1840s to the 1920s, which provide invaluable insights into the existence of giants.
However, it is not just the discovery of giants that is of interest, but also the strange phenomena associated with them. The strange discovery of the rusty iron-like substance that turned out to be clay-colored sand is not unique, as many reports have documented bones and bodies turning to dust upon exposure to air. This strange occurrence is reminiscent of the Nephilim phenomenon described in the Bible.
What is even more puzzling is the alleged cover-up by the Smithsonian Institution, which has been accused of suppressing evidence of giants to maintain the status quo. It is well documented that the Smithsonian has received many artifacts and skeletons of giants over the years, but few have ever been publicly displayed or acknowledged. This cover-up only serves to fuel speculation and conspiracy theories about the existence of giants and their place in our history.
As a dedicated researcher, I urge you not to dismiss these accounts without further investigation. They offer a glimpse into a world that was vastly different from our own and challenge our preconceived notions of what is possible. It is time to explore the evidence and uncover the truth about giants and their place in our history.
- Maine, Franklin County, Farmington, 1873.
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