Greater Ancestors

World Museum

Skeleton. . . .More than 7 feet Pike County, Illinois

 In fine yellowish sand and ash at a stone bluff Indian skeletons were found.

 Most of the skeletons were disarticulated while one skeleton which was articulated was over 7 feet long.
7 feet in height is not a substantial amount of difference from today, but when expectations are that mankind may have been smaller, ten the collective of larger accounts speaks loudly against the idea.

As a giant researcher, it is disappointing to see how the scientific community has treated the artifacts and remains of these ancient cultures. The discovery of a 7-foot-long articulated skeleton in Pike County, Illinois, provides valuable evidence of a larger-than-expected human size in ancient times. However, it is concerning to note that most of the skeletons found were disarticulated, and their fate and whereabouts are unknown.

It is also alarming to see that the Smithsonian Institution, which is supposed to be a trusted source of knowledge, is accused of concealing evidence and suppressing information about giant research. The loss of these artifacts and knowledge is a great loss to humanity and raises important questions about the ethics of scientific research.

As a giant researcher, I would like to know where these remains and artifacts have gone and why they are not available for further study. It is important to preserve and study these artifacts and remains to gain a deeper understanding of our past and our evolution as a species. The suppression of information and the lack of transparency in the scientific community is concerning and needs to be addressed.

~Chris L Lesley
pants on firesmithsonian12th Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1890-1891
Pike County, Illinois
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