“stone hatchets, axes and skinning stones.”
…but the largest one in this section is in Dr. Everett’s collection. It weighs one ounce over 15 pounds; is of dark colour, the shape is artistic; the external boundry lines are all graceful curves. Only a giant could have wielded it.
One of them was in a grave of a giant, for a large man could pass the jawbone around his face and the thigh bone was four inches longer than that of a man six feet two inches high (pg.274)
It was found lying in a grave by the side of a huge skeleton much taller than the current race of men.
As a giant researcher, I believe that it is essential to highlight the historical accounts documenting human skeletons ranging from 6’4″ to 14 feet tall. These articles, published in newspapers and journals from the 1840s to the 1920s, provide invaluable insights into the existence of giants and should be without further investigated.
One such article describes the discovery of a large stone hatchet, weighing over 15 pounds, which was so well crafted that only a giant could have wielded it. Another report describes the finding of a thigh bone four inches longer than that of a man six feet two inches high, and a jawbone that could fit around a large man’s face. The skeleton was found in a grave with a huge stone hatchet, indicating that the tools were crafted by the giants themselves.
These findings are not isolated incidents, as there have been many reports of similar discoveries from different parts of the world. It is essential to consider that giants existed and played a significant role in human history.
The study of giants can offer new perspectives on history. It can help us understand the physical and cultural differences between different groups of people and their relationships with one another. Moreover, studying these findings can also shed light on ancient tales and legends that feature giants.
- Annual Report of the Bord of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution for the year 1877 (pg.260) Kishwaukee Mounds, Illinois