Articles on Giant Skeletons Pt 2

                                                     St. Paul Daily Globe – February  24, 1891, P. 1                                                 Petrified Giant   

   Discovery of a Body with Legs Eight Feet in Length

HELENA, MT, Feb 23 –  Vital Jarcot, a half-breed, who carries mail between Ft.  McGinnis and Rocky Point, brings the news of a discovery of the petrified remains of a giant in the badlands of Choteau county, a few miles below the mouth of the Mussel Shell River.  The discovery was made by Lata Dona, another half-breed, who started off to find a purchaser for his curiosity before Jarcot could get a complete description.  The remains were not complete, showing the petrifaction had only taken place in a portion of the body, while the remainder had followed the course of nature and returned to dust.  One leg was 8 feet long, the thigh being about 4 feet.  A rib found measured 2 1/2 feet.  Petrifaction is no unusual thing in the badlands of Montana and the Dakotas.  Wood in that state is frequently found.  The petrified body of an Indian was found in North Dakota about a year ago.  Jarcot, who brings the story was perfectly sober.

                      Ashburton Guardia, Vol. VIII, Issue 1715, 19 November, 1887, P. 3                                                                                   Alleged Discover of the Body of a Giant

   The oil city (Penn) “Simety” is responsible for the following:  While William Thompson, assisted by Robert R. Smith, was engaged in making an excavation near the house of the former, about a half mile north of West Hickory, preparatory to erecting a derrick, they exhumed an enormous helmet of iron which was corroded with rust.  Further digging brought to a light sword, which measured 9 feet in length.  Curiosity incited them to enlarge the hole, and after a little time they discovered the bones of two enormous feet. Following up the “lead” they had so unexpectedly struck, in  few hours time they had unearthed a well-preserved skeleton of an enormous giant, belong to a species of the human family which probably inhabited this and other parts of the world at the time of which the Bible speaks, when it says, “and there were giants in those days”.  The helmet is said to be in the shape of those found among the ruins of Nineveh.  The bones of the skeleton are remarkably white.  The teeth are all in their places and all of them are double and of extraordinary size.   These relics have been taken to Tionesta, where they are visited by large numbers of people daily.  When his giantship was in the flesh, he must have stood 18 feet in his stockings.  These remarkable relics will be forwarded to New York early next week.  The joints of the skeleton are now being glued together.  These remains were found 12 feet below the surface of a mound which had been thrown up probably centuries ago and which was not more than 3 feet above the level of the ground around it.  Here is another nut for antiquarians to crack.

                                      Boston Evening Transcript – June 12, 1906, P. 2                                                                                                                           Our Own Archaeology

                     A Valuable Relic of a Former Age Found in Nebraska, and What It Tells

Omaha World Herald – A find of the greatest archaeological interest was made some days ago a few feet back of the bungalow of Myron L. Learned, on the very top of the high bluff a half mile north of the village of Florence, by graders preparing for the foundations of an extension of the present building.  Under about two feet of vegetable mold and half a foot of loose deposit, of which the bluffs are formed, E. Wicke, the contractor doing the grading, plowed up what appears to be a stone spearhead.  The implement, which is seven and one-quarter inches long from the extreme point of its base to its sharpened end and three inches wide at its widest point, is considered to be the most symmetrical and the best made ever found in the state.                                                                                                                                  Charles F. Crowley, professor of chemistry at Creighton Medical College, who is a practical geologist, also declares the implement to be made of flint but of a kind not native to this part of the United States.                                                                                                                                        One side of the stone is colored lustrous cobalt blue, while the reverse is white.  Held to the light is is of a beautiful translucent rose orange.  The chipping is evidently the work of a master in the art and the owner is greatly pleased at such a handsome and valuable addition to the stone implements which have been from time to time found about his summer cottage.    The projectile point was found lying beside the teeth and larger bones of a bison, the inference being that its thrust had caused the death of the animal.  An Omaha archaeologist who has examined the implement declares it to be an arrowhead, and he infers that it was probably used by one of the race of giants of which the legends of the Omaha tribe of Indians speak about.  One of the tribal secret societies which has existed far back in the history of the nation tells of a people who preceded them in this section of the world, the males of which were ten or twelve feet high.  Some ancient mounds opened in this vicinity have shown skeletons between eight and ten feet long, and he makes the deduction that if the projectile be an arrowhead its size indicates that the shaft into which it was originally fashioned was correspondingly large, and with so large an arrow,  a bow with which it must be thrown would be too large for use by a man of ordinary stature.  These deductions are conjectural, but the find must be regarded as a valuable one.

                           Youngston Vindicator –  August 5, 1899, P. 5                                                                                                                             New Race of Giants                                           

                       Monsters of Humanity in the south Polar Regions

Some papers are exploiting photographs of a race of giants said to have been discovered by Fredrick  A. Cook, who has just returned from an exploring expedition to the south Polar Regions.  The existence of such a race has always been denied by scientists, but Dr. Cook, it is said, has not only seen and talked with them, but brings back photographs to prove beyond argument that the biggest race of human beings in the world is to found in the frozen south.   The monstrous forms of both the men and women are clad in furs.  The men arm themselves with bows and arrows and wooden clubs.  Their strength and endurance are remarkable.  The men can outrun any horse on  a long stretch.  They can cover 50 miles in a few hours.  To see a company of these wild men crossing a plain is like watching a herd of antelope skim over the ground.  Only their upright position, with their scanty goats’ skins flying in the wind and the flourish of their clubs and bows and arrows, shows that they are men instead of belonging to the lower animals.  Dr. Cook is going to write a full scientific account of these people.

(All of this information has been destroyed by the Smithsonian Institute – See File; Evolutionist’s Lies and Cover ups)

                     Bisbee Daily Review – June 21, 1908, Sunday Edition, P. 6                                                                            Colonist, Volume XVI, Issue 1726, March 7, 1874, P. 4                                                                                                                King Solomon’s Cave  

Some interesting discoveries have just been made in a cave called, “King Solomon’s Cave”, Montana, United States, and an account of them is given by a correspondent of the Deer Lodge Independent who formed one of a party of explorers of the cave in question.  After crawling through several narrow passages into a “most magnificent chamber”, the attention of the explorers was attracted by a massive shield made of copper 57 inches in length and 36 inches in width leaning against the wall;  about 10 feet beyond the shield, and eight feet from the floor, was a cavity in the wall.  One of the party by the aid of some stones, climbed up to the aperture with a light but quickly descended in such a state of alarm that he was for some moments unable to explain that in the niche lay a petrified giant.  The other explorers immediately climbed up to the aperture and gazed in.  There, sure enough, was the monster man, whose dimensions on measurement were 9 feet 7 and a half inches, 38 inches across the breast and two feet deep.  A helmet of brass or copper of gigantic proportions was on his head which, “the corrosive elements of time had sealed to his brow”.  He seems to have been a “disagreeable customer”, and it is perhaps as well that he is dead and petrified, for near him were two mammoth spearheads, one of them with a socket of silver, into which to insert a large pole or handle.  There was also a large hook made of bone, apparently manufactured from the tusk of a “leviathan of the land”.  On the wall were some strange looking letters and pictures of three ships, each having three masts, the middle mast being only two thirds the height of the outward ones.  There was also on a flat stone in the wall the picture of a large man with a spear in his hand, and of another ship.  On removing this stone, another chamber was discovered, in which were the bones of several more giants, a primitive quartz crusher, and a number of tools made of copper.  It is supposed that these poor giants were at work a thousand years ago in the cave when a slide from the mountain above immured them in a living tomb.  The search is to be further prosecuted; and in the meantime the explorers are described as “almost wild with the strange and curious things” they have discovered.  This beats the “sea serpent” to fits.

                                            Daily Public Ledger – September 27, 1924, P. 1                                                                                                                            A Prehistoric Giant

ELKHART, IND. –  A dispatch from Cassopolis, MI, says that on opening a mound near Diamond Lake Wednesday, a giant of prehistoric race was unearthed.  The bones of the skeleton are well preserved.  The lower jaw is immense.  An ordinary jawbone fits inside with ease.  By measurement, the distance from the top of the skull to the upper end of the thighbone is five feet five inches.  A doctor, who was present, stated that the man must have been at least 11 feet tall.  The mound was partially covered by a pine stump three feet six inches in diameter, and the ground showed no signs of ever having been disturbed.  An earthen tablet, upon which were various unintelligible characters, and other relics were found.

                     

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