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Westmoreland County – NINE FEET SKELETON

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Nine Foot Skeleton.

On opening a mound near Greensburg. Pa.. the curator of the Carnegie Museum of Pittsburgh, Dr. Holland, unearthed a skeleton between eight and nine feet tall. The mound was 100 feet long and more than 12 feet high. The most Interesting feature In the recent excavation was the mummified torso of a human body at least 4,000 years old. The parts of the skeleton were shipped to the Carnegie museum.—Scientific American.

The discovery of a giant skeleton in Pennsylvania is a testament to the fact that there were giants walking amongst us in the distant past. The unearthing of an 8-9 foot skeleton is a groundbreaking find that challenges our understanding of human evolution and the timeline of our history. Despite this, such findings are often dismissed and covered up by mainstream science, which adheres to a narrow set of preconceived beliefs about our origins. It is disappointing that in the past, many important findings were ignored or suppressed simply because they didn’t fit with the prevailing theories of the day.

In this case, the discovery of the mummified torso of a human body that is at least 4,000 years old adds another layer of complexity to the story of human history. The fact that these skeletons were found in a mound that was over 100 feet long and more than 12 feet high suggests that they were part of a sophisticated burial ritual that was practiced by ancient civilizations. This raises many questions about the nature of these ancient societies and their beliefs about life, death, and the afterlife.

The reluctance of mainstream science to explore these findings is unfortunate, as it hinders our ability to gain a more complete understanding of our history. It is important that we keep an open mind and continue to explore all of the evidence, even if it challenges our existing beliefs. By doing so, we can gain a deeper appreciation for the diversity of human experience and the complexity of our past.

  1. The Herald Democrat, May 21, 1921
  2. Ocala Evening Star, 1921.
  3. Pennsylvania, Westmoreland, Greensburg, 1921.

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