Lincoln County – Indian Warrior 6’6″
Indian warrior six foot six
The skeleton of an Indian warrior at least six foot six inches was found in Musgongus, Maine a few days ago by two men digging a cellar. About it were found iron implements and spear and arrowheads, while around the arms were copper bands covered with curious carvings.
As a dedicated researcher, I am excited to bring to your attention yet another fascinating historical account that provides valuable insights into the existence of giants. This article, published in the Friends Intelligencer in 1895, documents the discovery of a skeleton of an Indian warrior in Musgongus, Maine, measuring at least six feet six inches tall.
What makes this discovery particularly noteworthy is that it was accompanied by the uncovering of iron implements and spear and arrowheads, indicating that this individual was likely a skilled and powerful warrior. Additionally, copper bands with curious carvings were found around the arms of the skeleton, suggesting that this individual held significant cultural and perhaps even spiritual importance.
Despite the abundance of similar accounts documenting the existence of giants ranging from 6’4″ to 14 feet tall, many of these reports have been dismissed and even covered up by mainstream academia and media. However, as a committed researcher, I believe that these accounts offer a glimpse into a world that was vastly different from our own and challenge our preconceived notions of what is possible.
It is imperative that we do not dismiss these historical accounts without further investigation. Instead, we should be open to exploring the evidence and uncovering the truth about giants and their place in our history. Only through dedicated research and an open-minded approach can we truly understand the reality of the past and its implications for our understanding of the world today.
- Friends Intelligencer, Volume 52, 1895, pg. 751.