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Lamar County – A Very Large Man

Indian Burial Mound Found.

Indian Burial Mound Found. Paris, Texas, Sept. 13. – While men were at work constructing a levee on J. K. Bywaters’ farm in Sanders Creek bottom, miles north of Maxey, and were moving dirt from a ridge between the creek and a small lake to put on the embankment, they discovered strangely shaped pieces of stone and found human bones. The elevation proved to be an Indian burial mound. A skull of what must have been a very large man was brought to the city, although it was difficult to handle it without its crumbling away. A physician who examined the skull is of the opinion that it must have been buried fully 300 years.

For far too long, the existence of giants has been dismissed as nothing more than myth and legend. However, historical accounts documented in newspapers and journals from the 1840s to the 1920s provide valuable insights into the existence of giants and their place in our history. One such account is the discovery of an Indian burial mound in Paris, Texas, in 1909. The find was quickly brushed under the rug, and the remains were never given the attention they deserved. The skull of a very large man was brought to the city, and a physician who examined it estimated that it had been buried for fully 300 years.

But why has this discovery been largely forgotten and dismissed by mainstream academia and the media? Could it be because it challenges our preconceived notions of what is possible and challenges the mainstream narrative of our history? It’s time to think outside the box and explore the evidence of giants in our history. The abundance of historical accounts documenting human skeletons ranging from 6’4″ to 14 feet tall cannot be ignored or dismissed without further investigation. As dedicated researchers, we are committed to uncovering the truth about giants and their place in our history, and we urge others to join us in this pursuit.

  1. Paris, Texas. Sept. 13.
  2. Texas, Lamar County, The Waxahachie Daily Light, 1909

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