Greater Ancestors

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Girgenti Sicily 10’6″

Girgenti Sicily 10’6″

The discovery was made by a Captain Allen in Spring of 1807, some miles from the Port of Girgenti, Sicily. When the bones were placed in proper position, the skeleton was measured by Captain Allen at 11 feet 4 inches Italian, which is 10 feet 6 inches English. The skull, with its jaws were about the dimensions of a 2 gallon bucket. The body and other giants were found in stone sarcophagi 170 feet below a sulfur mine.


Girgenti Giant 1807 A tongue of Time… Joseph Comstock, 1838

Measured by Captain James Allen in May 1807 3 miles from Port Girgenti in Sicily.

Research done by Rephaim23