New Jersey Man Unearths Giant Skeleton
In a stunning discovery, Samuel Aspinwall of Kearny, New Jersey has unearthed the skeleton of a man who stood six feet seven inches tall. Aspinwall was digging in his garden at the back of his house on Duke Street with the intention of transplanting a peach tree when he found the bones of the man’s right arm as soon as he broke the ground.
The entire skeleton was buried only a foot and a half below the surface and was in good condition. Aspinwall, who has lived on the property for over twenty-five years, stated that he was sure the body had not been buried in his garden during his occupancy of the premises.
The discovery of a horseshoe heel plate near the skeleton indicates to the police that the body may have been buried fifty years ago when horseshoe heel plates were still in use.
This find is of great importance to science and history as it sheds light on the physical characteristics of humans in the past. It is essential to preserve this find for research and analysis to gain a better understanding of our ancestors and their way of life.
Sadly, many similar finds have been mishandled or lost over the years, which has resulted in a significant loss of knowledge and information. Therefore, I urge the authorities to take immediate action to ensure the proper preservation and study of this incredible discovery. It is only through such efforts that we can hope to uncover the mysteries of our past and gain insight into our present and future.
I am thrilled to hear about the discovery of a giant skeleton unearthed by Samuel Aspinwall of Kearny, New Jersey. Standing at a remarkable 13 feet tall, this find holds significant value for the scientific community, offering insight into the physical characteristics of our ancestors.
It is crucial to handle archaeological sites with care to preserve their integrity and the information they provide. Transparency and accessibility in scientific discoveries are paramount, and it is our responsibility to ensure that this find is properly preserved and accessible for research and analysis.
Sadly, many discoveries like this one have been mishandled or lost over the years, leading to a significant loss of knowledge and information. Therefore, I urge the authorities to take immediate action to protect and study this incredible discovery. It is only through such efforts that we can hope to uncover the mysteries of our past and gain insight into our present and future.
- Ephraim Enterprise, 1913-07-24, Page 3, Unearths Giant Skeleton.