Friday, February 26, 2016

Salina Kansas Nephilim Burial Pit and Tourist Attraction

Salina Kansas Nephilim Burial Pit and Tourist Attraction


The Giant's Burial Pit was also known as Salina's Indian Burial Pit. Many of the skeleton were reported to be six and seven feet tall. The skeletons were a tourist attraction, located near Salina, Kansas from 1936 to 1989. The Indian Burial Pit was covered and sealed with concrete by the State of Kansas at the insistence of the Pawnee Indians of Oklahoma, in 1990.


Miami daily News (Miami, Oklahoma) October 11, 1936
Ancient Burial Ground is Found in Kansas

Salina, Kas., Oct – (AP) – Discovery of an Indian communal burial ground believed to contain the remains of a tribe that roamed the plains of central Kansas more than 50o0 years ago, has been made five miles east of here by Guy T. Whiteford, policeman-archaeologists. Whiteford said he already has excavated 27 skulls and three complete skeletons, one of which he asserted was seven feet tall. The position of burial and ornaments found near the remains indicated the body was that of a chief, he said.