Thursday, April 14, 2016

12 Foot Nephilim Skeletons Discovered in a West Virginia Stone Mound

12 Foot Nephilim Skeletons Discovered in a West Virginia Stone Mound


Stone mounds were described on many of the hilltops along the Kanawha River tributaries.

Evening Star, July 16, 1898
Interesting discoveries in the vicinity of Parkersburg and Cheat Neck West Virginia 
      From Morgantown W. Va., opened one of a series of mounds in the vicinity of Cheat Neck, W. VA., with interesting results. The mound was partly built of stones, rising in a conical shape and covered with moss and wildflowers. After considerable labor, an entrance was made in the center of the mound, where two skeletons were found in a fair state of preservation both being of gigantic stature and build. When the men were in full life they must have been at least twelve high and possessed of enormous strength, as the size of the bones would indicate. With the exception of the enormous skulls, which were partly crumbled and decayed, the skeletons were in a perfect state of preservation."