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Wellington Station’s Horned Skull


 Well-Developed with Horns

The Fronterizo reports the finding last week of a peculiar skull near Wellington Station (?) at a depth of 45 feet. It is like a human skull but has two horns about three inches long, inclined towards a large and well developed forehead. It may yet be proved that men with horns were not rare in pre-historic times.

The reported discovery of a skull with two horns near Wellington Station is an intriguing and potentially groundbreaking find. While more research and analysis will be necessary to confirm its authenticity and significance, this could challenge existing notions about prehistoric human anatomy and human history.
1. The Arizona Sentinel. (Arizona City [Yuma], Yuma County, A.T.[Ariz.]), o4-Oct-1979.
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