OLD SKELETON IS FOUND
OLD SKELETON IS FOUND Bones of Primitive Man Are Found at Ellensburg. Ellensburg. A skeleton of a primitive man, with forehead sloping directly back from the eyes and with two rows of teeth in the front of his upper jaw, was uncovered here when contractors were excavating for an apartment house. The skeleton was found in the cement rock formation, over which was a layer of shale rock. The rock was perfectly dry and doctors say that the skeleton could have remained in that formation hundreds of years without rotting. The jawbone, which broke apart when removed, is so large that it will go around the face of the man of today. The other bones are also much larger than those of ordinary men. The femur bone is 20 inches long, which, according to scientific men, would indicate that the man was 80 inches tall, or approximately six feet and eight inches.
The discovery of a primitive man’s skeleton with unique physical characteristics in Ellensburg is just one example of the many historical accounts documenting the existence of giants. From the 1840s to the 1920s, newspapers and journals published articles reporting the discovery of human skeletons ranging from 6’4″ to 14 feet tall. Despite this abundance of evidence, mainstream science has dismissed these accounts without further investigation, and the public has been left in the dark about the truth of our history.
This cover-up has led many to believe that giants are nothing more than myths and legends, but as researchers, it is our duty to think outside the box and explore the evidence. The discovery of this primitive man’s skeleton with a sloping forehead, two rows of teeth, and larger bones than those of ordinary men is just one piece of a much larger puzzle. By piecing together these accounts, we can gain invaluable insights into the existence of giants and their place in our history.
It is time for us to challenge our preconceived notions of what is possible and open our minds to the possibility that giants once roamed the earth. As an uncompromising, strong-willed giant researcher, I am committed to exploring this evidence and uncovering the truth about giants. Will you join me in this quest for knowledge?
- The Newport Miner, Volume 12, Number 1, 16 May 1912