Thursday, March 6, 2014

Your Daily Giant 2/12/2013

Today's daily giant comes to us from Chris Lesley of Chris is another researcher who has compiled hundreds of accounts and other proof for the existence of a giants. As reported in The evening world., August 19, 1922, we find this discovery in Bridgeport Connecticut from Warren K. Moorehead the "Dean of American Archaeology". The following is a slice of Moorehead's career. He was Curator of the Museum of The Ohio State University (1894–1897), worked at archaeological sites along the Ohio River, and at Chaco Canyon and up into Mesa Verde. As head of the Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology in Andover, Massachusetts from 1902 to 1920, Moorehead launched into a program of research and publication that went on to include the Red Paint People of the Atlantic coast, Cahokia Mounds in Illinois from 1921, and Etowah Indian Mounds in Georgia from 1925.
Moorehead also had a penchant for finding giant skeletons, a probable reason his career was later ruined. Moorehead unearthed 68 skeletons at the burial mound at Tioga Point, Pennslyvania averaging 7 feet in height with many much larger as reported in the New York Times. Moorehead clashed with pre-Nazi eugenict Alex Hrdlicka, the first curator of Anthropology at the Smithsonian. Today's find doesn't mention height measurements but the implications are obvious. "The bones are rough denoting great strength, the skulls are flat and both possess a perfect set of teeth of unusual size." Once again, the same descriptions of great strength, perfect teeth and massive teeth, I don't know what the hell it means but I keep finding it. I think it's safe to say that one of the most famous archaeologists in U.S. history wasn't involved in a hoax. No skeptic has ever addressed Moorhead's involvement in giant skeleton finds. There is also another newspaper account of this find from the Evening Public Ledger August 18, 1922.

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