GIANT SKELETON FOUND IN CLIFF
It is Eight Feet High and Believed to be That of Prehistoric Woman.
(By Associated Press.)
Lewiston, Idaho, March 25.—A huge skeleton, believed to be that of a Prehistoric human, has been discovered in the Salmon river country; south of here, by two members of the state highway department who have brought their find to this city. The lower jaw and vertebrae will be sent to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D. C., for analysis as to the probable date of existence. The bones were found in the side of a cliff at a depth estimated to be 50 feet. Nearly the entire skeleton was recovered, the excavators proceeding with more care after determining that the find might prove to be of scientific value. Measuring more than eight feet in height and possessing numerous strange features, the skeleton has aroused widespread interest. Three physicians who examined it pronounced it to be that of a woman. Belief that the person was of a herbivorous race has been expressed, owing to the peculiar formation of the jaws and teeth. Both the upper and lower jaws have only ten teeth each, and all are intact.
“The lower jaw and vertebrae will be sent to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D. C., for analysis as to the probable date of existence.”
Is this not an all too familiar story? How many times do we read about the Smithsonian Institution gobbling up giant skeletons? Far too many!
This is not the same newspaper company, these is no conspiracy by newspaper companies to target the Smithsonian. Is it not more reasonable that this one institution is corrupt, than all the newspaper and historical reports inside and outside the US that report the exact same thing on different occasions?
Its a very reasonable conclusion to follow the evidence to where it points. It points to the Smithsonian Institution as being corrupt and not all the newspapers globally. The Smithsonian Institution is corrupt, not all the newspapers. That is the easy answer, that is the realistic answer.
- The Republic, Columbus, Indiana , Tue, Mar 25, 1924, Page 7