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Idaho County – Woman Skeleton 8.5′ – 9′ In Height

Excavations in the Salmon River Canyon, in order to determine whether, beneath a huge bluff a mile above slate creek, lies a graveyard of a prhistoric race of giants which at one time inhabited what is now Idaho County, is expected to soon be undertaken, perhaps by eastern scientists, following the discovery, in the bluff, of the skeleton of a woman, who was 8 1/2 to nine feet in height. Harry Vincent and Lawrence Tipton, while employed on the North and South Highway, discovered the giant skeleton, as they were excavating material for filling a road.

The discovery of a skeleton of a woman who was 8 1/2 to nine feet tall in the Salmon River Canyon raises important questions about the existence of giants in our history. This is just one of many accounts from historical newspapers and journals from the 1840s to the 1920s that document the discovery of human skeletons ranging from 6’4″ to 14 feet tall. These accounts offer invaluable insights into a world that was vastly different from our own and challenge our preconceived notions of what is possible. As a dedicated researcher, I believe that it is important to explore the evidence and uncover the truth about giants and their place in our history. However, it is also important to acknowledge the cover-ups and dismissals that have occurred surrounding these discoveries. Excavations like the one in Salmon River Canyon are necessary to further our understanding of the history of giants, and it is my hope that more researchers will be inspired to investigate this fascinating topic.

  1. Idaho County Free Press, 1924. 

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