MEN HAD HORNS IN OTHER AGE
Archaeologists Find Skulls of Prehistoric Giants
The archaeologists who are traversing the Susquehanna river valley in Pennsylvania, visiting sites of Indian villages and digging up aborigines and other relics, are said to have made a most astounding discovery on the Murray farm in finding the bones of sixty-eight prehistoric men.
The average height of these men when their skeletons were assembled was 7 feet, while many were much taller. Additional evidence of their gigantic size is found in the massive stone battle axes in their graves. The average age of these men is said to have been from thirty to forty.
Another amazing point of this discovery is the allegation that “perfectly formed skulls were found from which horns grew straight out from the head.”
- Pennsylvania, Washington County, 1918.