Friday, January 31, 2014

Nephilim Giant's Graveyard Uncovered in Augusta, Kentucky

 Nephilim Giant's Graveyard Uncovered in Augusta, Kentucky

Historical Sketches of Kentucky by Lewis Collins, 1848

      "The bottom on which Augusta is situated is a large burying ground of the ancients...They have been found in great numbers, and of all sizes, everywhere between the mouths of Bracken and Locust Creeks, a distance of about a mile and a half. From the cellar under my dwelling, 60 by 70 feet, over a hundred and ten skeletons were taken. I measured them by skulls, and there might have been more, whose skulls had crumbled into dust...The skeletons were of all sizes, from seven feet to infant.
     David Kilgour (who was a tall and very large man) passed our village at the time I was excavating my cellar, and we took him down and applied a thigh bone to his. The man, if well-proportioned, must have been 10 to 12 inches taller than Kilgour, and the lower jaw bone would slip on over his, skin and all. Who were they? How came their bones here?

Monday, January 27, 2014

Ancient Caucasian Mummies Discovered in North America

Ancient Caucasian Mummies Discovered in Florida

Skull types and DNA prove that European Maritime Archaic once populated North America

Friday, January 17, 2014

Giants and Pygmy Race Buried Side by Side in Shawneetown, Illinois

Giants and Pygmy Race Buried Side by Side at Shawneetown, Illinois

St. Louis Republic, November 29, 1903

      Harrisburg, Ill. While digging a well on the old Inmann factory lot, near Shawneetown, a few days ago, Sanford K. Jenkins unearthed several skeletons and old Indian relics. In a space 8 feet square Jenkins took out fourteen skeletons and six vessels of different sizes. One peculiar and remarkable thing about the skeletons were the size. One skeleton was that of a giant, which measured fully 8 feet in height, while right near this one was found the skull of an adult not larger than that of a 4-year-old child and was perhaps the remains of a pigmy. While the ground is near the old Indian mound and is supposed to have been the burying-ground of the Indians in early days, it is thought by some of the older citizens that they were buried over a thousand years ago, before Indians inhabited this country. 

11 Foot Giant Human Remains at Circular Earthen Fort in Erie County, Pennsylvania

11 Foot Giant Human Remains at Circular Earthen Fort in Erie County, Pennsylvania

History of Erie County, Pennsylvania, 1884 
     On the John Pomeroy place, upon the second flat of Conneaut Creek, are the traces of an ancient mound, such as exist in Girard, Springfield, Harbor Creek, Fairview, Wayne, and other townships of the county. It is circular in form, inclosing about three-fourths of an acre. The embankment, when the country was cleared up, was about three feet high by six feet thick at the base, with large trees growing upon it. One of these trees, a mammoth oak, when cut down, indicated by its rings an age of five hundred years. Beneath the tree the skeleton of a human being was taken up which measured eleven feet from head to foot, the jawbone easily covered that of a man who weighed over 200 pounds, and the lower bone of the leg, being compared with that of a person who was six feet four inches in height, was found to be nearly a foot longer. Another circle of a similar character existed on the Taylor farm-now owned by J. L. Strong

9 Foot Giant Nephilim Skeleton is Removed from an Athens County, Ohio Burial Mound

9 Foot Giant Nephilim Skeleton is Removed from an Athens County, Ohio Burial Mound

Small remnant of the burial mound can still be seen to the left of the barn in this old photo.

Messenger-Athens, Ohio, July 5, 1970. 
     Let's hope the men who are building highways around Athens aren't superstitious because they just might upset the resting place of a long dead, super-size Indian. This fellow rests under Harmony Road where he curves eastward near the United Dairy. That's in the area where the Appalachian Highway will join Route 33 and the Stimson Avenue extension will cross the Hocking River over the structure that will replace the old East Mill Bridge. Now we really don't know if the guys with bulldozers and drag lines and earthmovers are going to dig up that part of Harmony Road, but if they do, then let them be warned. Resting under that curve is believed to be an Indian whose companions were eight feet long, and he might be larger.
     Back in 1905 a county highway crew was working on Harmony Road when a large mound stood in their way, so they began excavating the obstacle and soon uncovered a burial place containing 32 skeletons. Thurman Knox was the foreman and he related the story years later to the late C. H. Harris of The Messenger, telling him the skeletons were more than eight feet tall. He also told of the workers finding arrowheads and huge clay bowls used for cooking. Over the entire mound was a foot thick layer of plastic clay in which gravel was mixed. This formed a protective covering over the entire mound, making it impervious to rainfall. Supporting this roof were clay columns of the diameter of a barrel and set on top of each other.
     Knox told Harris that when the bones of 32 men were uncovered, all but one disintegrated to dust when exposed to air. One skeleton, of a man between eight and nine feet tall was recovered almost intact. The bones of the forearm, partially eaten away, were still several inches longer than those of a large man. The jawbone, filled with perfect teeth, was so large it fitted over the jaw of a large man like a mask. The excavation at East Mill went down 15 feet and in the center of a skeleton group was found a hard clay boxlike structure about six feet wide and 12 feet long. It was never opened and now lies under the center of the road near the diary. Knox ordered his men not to disturb the burial container and the workers felt that it probably held the bones of the chiefs.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

8 Foot Giant Human Skeletal Remains Removed From New Jersey Shell Mound

 8 Foot Giant Human Skeletal Remains Removed From New Jersey Shell Mound

Shell mounds date as early as 5000 B.C and regularly contain the remains of 

giant human skeletons

The Jeffersonian Republican., December 05, 1850

Remains of A Giant

  A human skeleton of unusual size has been discovered in Harsimus county, N. J., buried in 

oyster shells of immense size.  It was in a sitting posture when found, and is doubtless the 

frame of an Indian of olden time.  It must have been eight feet in height.  The skull 

measures fifteen inches from the root of the nose over the top to the base of the occipital 

bone, and is two feet in circumference - containing a full set of teeth, even, sound and white.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

8 Foot Human Giant Discovered While Hauling Gravel in Northern Minnesota

 8 Foot Human Giant Discovered While Hauling Gravel in Northern Minnesota

Minnesota is a hotbed for the discovery of giant human skeletons that were a western extension of the Maritime Archaic that inhabited the Atlantic coastal regions to the Great Lakes.

Star and Sentinel, August, 1, 1915
      Battle Lake, Minn.-While hauling gravel from the Thore Glende farm northwest of here workmen discovered a huge human skeleton. The jaw bones were in good state of preservation and were of mammoth size. The teeth were intact and about twice the size of the average man's. Some of the teeth looked as though they had been filled with cement, but in all probability were sound at the time of death and the enamel had decayed, leaving the darker colored interior exposed. The jaw was taken to St. Louis by L. D. Johnson, who was present when the skeleton was discovered and possibly experts there can throw some light upon the discovery. Those who saw the remains estimated that when living the man must have been fully eight feet in height.

Giants Graveyard Discovered North of San Francisco

Giants Graveyard Discovered North of San Francisco

San Francisco Call, September 19, 1913

     The bones of 25 aborigines were dug up yesterday on the site of the old James J. Taylor ranch at Yolando, near San Anselmo and with the skeletons were found mortars of a period long before the Digger Indians came to California and several hundred arrow heads.
     The bones were all in a good state of preservation and one of the skulls had all its teeth intact. From observation of the skeletons it is thought the men must have been of great stature, seven feet tall at least. They may have been members of the Tamal Mt. Tamalpais gets its name. 

Early Iroquois Giant Skeleton Uncovered Near Boston, Massachusetts

Early Iroquois Giant Skeleton Uncovered Near Boston, Massachusetts

Early Maritime Archaic Burials were typically found in sitting posture.  The Maritime Archaic would later be known as the Iroquois Indians in the Northeast.

New York Times, December 21, 1891 

     Boston, Massachusetts, Dec. 20.-An Indian sepulcher has been unearthed on "Fish Marsh", in Saugus. The tomb was about seven feet below the surface and it contained the skeleton of a man of enormous proportions, which crumbled to dust upon exposure to the air. The body was buried in a sitting posture, facing the east. Beside the skeleton were found a pipe, a tomahawk blade an arrowhead, an ax and a cylindrical shaped stone. Near the grave an underground passage has been discovered. Excavations are being made for the purpose of exploring the passage. The discoveries were made by workmen who were excavating for building purposes."

Giants Graveyard with Double Rows of Teeth Discovered in Syracuse, New York

 Giants Graveyard with Double Rows of Teeth Discovered in Syracuse, New York

A graveyard of giant humans with double rows of teeth were discovered in Syracuse while constructing the Erie Canal locks.

Onondaga: Reminiscences of Earlier and Later Times, 1849 

      Near the west bank of the creek, was an extensive Indian burying-ground, where skeletons have frequently been disinterred and are occasionally to this day-two having been exhumed during the past year. At the time the wet locks were constructed at Syracuse, in 1819, over one hundred were taken up. In excavating the canal for the red mill, on the east bank of the creek, several skeletons were found. In 1843, one of extraordinary size was disinterred; one of the lower bones of the leg being set beside the limb of a tall man, reached far above his knee. The skull was comparatively large and the jaws were surrounded with a full set of double teeth, all around, They were perfectly sound, covered with a beautiful enamel of the most perfect whiteness.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Celtic Druid Barrows Described in New York

Celtic Druid Barrows Described in New York

Archaeological History of New York, 1915
The tumulus, represented upon plate III, from the peculiar construction of the work and the character of its remains, appears to belong to a class of mounds different from any others embraced in this exploration. It is located upon the brow of a hill, still covered by the ancient forest, and overlooking the valley of the Conewango. This work has some appearance of being constructed with the ditch and volume outside of the mound, as in the Druid Barrows, but perhaps more accurately belongs to the class composed of several stages, as the Trocalli of the valley of Anahuac. The form of the tumulus is of intermediate character between an ellipse and the parallelogram; the interior mound, at its base, has a major axis of 65 feet, while the minor axis is 61 feet, with an altitude above the first platform or embankment of 10 feet, or an entire elevation of some 13 feet. This embankment, with an entrance or gateway upon the east side 30 feet in width, has an entire circumference of 170 feet. As previously remarked, the work itself, as well as the eminence which it commands, and the ravine upon either side, are overshadowed by the dense forest. The remains of a fallen tree, imbedded in the surface of the mound and nearly decomposed, and which from appearance, had grown upon the apex, measured nearly 3 feet in diameter, and heavy timber was growing above the rich mold it had formed. Thus we had some indicia of the age of this work. The mound indeed, from the peculiar form of its construction, as well as from the character of its contents, has much resemblance to the Barrows of the earliest Celtic origin, in the Old World. In making an excavation, eight skeletons, buried in a sitting position and at regular intervals of space, so as to form a circle within the mound, were disinterred. Some slight appearance yet existed, to show that the framework had inclosed the dead at the time of interment. These osteological remains were of very large size, but were so much decomposed that they mostly crumbled to dust. The relics of art here disclosed were also of a peculiar and interesting character 

Monday, January 13, 2014

Gigantic Human Skeletons Mark the Site of an Ancient Battle in Illinois

 Gigantic Human Skeletons Mark the Site of an Ancient Battle in Illinois

Los Angeles Herald, November 4, 1891
     A mound containing the skeletons of several prehistoric people has been discovered on a farm near Carthage, Ill. The skeletons lay in all conceivable positions and are supposed to be those of warriors who fell in battle. It is believed that the farm is the site of an ancient battlefield. The skeletons are of unusual size and the teeth in the skulls are larger than those of ordinary human beings. The authorities of Carthage college have received permission to explore the cave and a noted antiquarian has been sent for to aid in the investigation.

Giant Megalithic, Maritime Archaic Skulls Displayed in Maine

Giant Megalithic,  Maritime Archaic Skulls Displayed in Maine

Poster from the ground breaking documentary,  The Mystery of the Lost Red Paint People. The Discovery of a Prehistoric North American Sea Culture. Stone mounds with doorway lintels and Megalithic standing stones found in North America

Advanced seafaring culture lived in New England 7000 years ago.

Lewiston Evening Journal, July 25, 1907 

It is likely that the visitors of  the Tercentennial, either at Bath or at Popham, may have 

the privilege of seeing skeletons of two of the magnificent specimens of physical manhood 

such as the American Indian of the days Sebenio, Samoset, Nahanada and Sansoa really 

were. Which, being interpreted, is that when James Perkins dug the cellar of his house at 

Popham Beach, on the knoll next north of the Riverside Hotel, the skeletons unearthed, 

were, in life from six to seven feet in height, giants in fact. Mr. Perkins took the jaw bone of 

one of these Indians and placed it on his own face. It completely encased his jaw and he is a 

pretty good sized man. Mr. Perkins gathered all the bones of these two skeletons together 

and placed them in a barrel and reinterred them so. It is proposed to dig up the barrel and 

have the bones set together to illustrate what manner of inhabitants Weymouth and 

Popham discovered in the earliest years of the 17th century when they arrived in this 

section of Maine.

Giant Skeleton Discovered in a Cave at Shohola, New York

Giant Skeleton Discovered in a Cave at Shohola, New York

Thibodaux Sentinel, December 21, 1901

      Hunters from Susquehanna, Pa.,  while excavating for a hunt near Shohola's Glen, New 

York., discovered a cave in which they  found the skeleton of a man of gigantic size. It was 

swathed in rawhide trappings that kept it in a sitting postureNear the skeleton were 

several bowls of reddish clay but almost as hard as flint. A rude stone tablet was found near 

the skeleton side covered with rude pictures of birds and beasts, among them one of a 

monster half beast, half reptile. A number of implements were also found in the cave, among 

them a huge ax made of stone and stone spear heads of unusual size.

Smithsonian Scientists Discovers a Giant Human Skeleton in Tennessee

Smithsonian Scientists Discovers a Giant Human Skeleton in Tennessee

Weekly Democratic Statesman, April 12, 1883
Mr. John W. Emmert, employed by the Bureau of Ethnology of the Smithsonian Institution 

at Washington, has lately explored a mound at Bristol, Tenn., and secured some interesting 

and valuable Indian relics. Among other things in the mound was found the skeleton of a 

gigantic Indian.

Indiana Man Shares Mound Builder Artifacts and Giant Skeletons with Smithsonian

Indiana Man Shares Mound Builder Artifacts and Giant Skeletons with 


Evening Star, September 14, 1897, 

     M. G. Mock of Muncie Ind., who has a large collection of Indian and Mound builders relic 

and curiosities, was at the Smithsonian Institution yesterday. Mr. Mock has probably 

10,000 objects in his collection, which he has gotten together simply to gratify a taste of his 

own in this regard. He has been making the collection for thirteen years and is exceedingly 

proud of his acquisitions. Whenever Mr. Mock is in Washington he visits the Smithsonian to 

have a chat with the heads of the department of prehistoric anthropology, compare notes 

with them and examine any new objects of interest which have been secured by the 

institution since his previous visit.  Mr. Mock has been in mounds in many of the states, 

delving for the relics of the mysterious race who buried their dead and then erected the 

mounds as monumentsThe more prominent the persons are, too, the more relics are found 

about them.  Pottery is often found in the mounds, but is generally in imperfect condition. 

Some of the skeletons found in the mounds have been those of men of gigantic proportions, 

seven feet or more in height." Mr. Mock is a prominent member of the Order of Red Men 

and was passing through Washington to attend the convention in Philadelphia.