Martha’s Vineyard seven foot giant
“Some 15 years ago the skeleton of an Indian Giant in almost perfect preservation was dug up in the same locality (cedar neck): the bones indicated a man easily six feet and a half possibly seven feet high. An unusual feature was a complete double row of teeth on both the upper and lower jaws.”
It is disheartening to learn about the mishandling of a significant find, the Martha’s Vineyard seven-foot giant, which was discovered over 15 years ago. The skeleton of an Indian Giant in almost perfect preservation was dug up in the same locality (cedar neck), indicating a man easily six and a half feet, possibly seven feet high. This find could have been of great importance to the scientific community, but unfortunately, it was covered up, preventing the world from learning about this remarkable discovery.
The double row of teeth on both the upper and lower jaws of the skeleton was an unusual feature, making this discovery even more fascinating. It is essential to uncover and share all findings like this one, as they provide valuable insights into our history and culture. By keeping such discoveries hidden, we not only hinder scientific progress but also deprive ourselves of a chance to learn about our past and understand the evolution of our species.
It is important that we encourage openness and transparency in scientific research and investigations to ensure that discoveries like the Martha’s Vineyard seven-foot giant are not covered up or mishandled. We must acknowledge and celebrate such findings, which could hold the key to unlocking many secrets about our past.
Seven foot giant.
- The Story of Martha’s Vineyard, Charles Gilbert Hine, 1908, pg. 136
Research done by Jim Vieira