As a giant researcher, I find the discovery of two human skeletons on a floating cake of ice in the Kanawha River near Red House Shoals, fascinating. The article reports that the skeletons were in good condition and were clearly the frames of large men. However, it’s disheartening to see that no further information is available about the find or what happened to the skeletons after they were discovered.
It’s possible that the discovery was covered up or not reported correctly, which is unfortunate because such discoveries could be of great significance in our understanding of prehistoric times. As a society, it’s important that we encourage transparency in scientific research and reporting, especially when it comes to significant archaeological discoveries.
It’s also worth noting that the location of the discovery is of particular interest. West Virginia is known to have a rich history of prehistoric giants, and this find could potentially add to the growing body of evidence supporting the theory that giants once roamed this land.
In conclusion, while the discovery of two human skeletons in the Kanawha River in 1886 is intriguing, the lack of information available about the find and the skeletons’ fate is disappointing. We must promote transparency and openness in scientific research, especially when it comes to significant archaeological discoveries.