Wednesday, June 11, 2014

50 Giant Human Nephilim Skeletons Discovered in La Cross, Wisconsin

50 Giant Human Nephilim Skeletons Discovered in La Cross, Wisconsin




Eau Claire Leader – Eau Claire,  November 16, 1912

Five Bodies of Ancient Race Near La Crosse, Wisconsin
La Crosse, WI  Fifty skeletons believed to be a part of mysterious tribesmen of a prehistoric race have been unearthed by a party of La Cross state normal school graduates on the farm of Alois White, a few miles south of this city. The skeletons were taken from five mounds which were excavated. Among the significant discoveries made by the students was the uncovering of a number of copper arrow heads and two or three copper knives. This, it is claimed, must dispel the popular belief that the mound builders antedated the whites. Investigation shows there are three distinct types of mounds, specimens of which are found in Wisconsin. The conical mound is most common, the pyramid shaped tumuli and the so-called effigy mounds, the latter usually in the shape of some animal. The size of the skeletons, and the weight and thickness of the bones indicate this early race was composed of giants. Most of the skeletons were more than six feet long and the bones are much heavier than those of the modern 
white men.