A 9 foot, 8 inch tall skeleton was uncovered in 1879 from a stone burial mound located in Brewersville, Indiana. Found with the giant was a mica necklace around the neck, and a human image on burnt clay embedded with pieces of flint in which stood at the feet.
The 3-5 ft. tall stone mound, was excavated by Indiana archaeologists, scientific observers, a local physician, Dr. Charles Green, and the owner of the property, Mr. Robison.
The bones were ultimately kept by the Robison family in a basket in a nearby grain mill. However, in 1937 the bones were lost when a flood swept the mill away. All that remains is a depression in the ground where the giant was initially uncovered.
Much of the scientific world has dismissed these findings. What are your thoughts?
9 Foot Skeleton – Brewersville, Indiana (December 11, 2011). Great Ancestors. Retrieved from http://greaterancestors.com/9-foot-skeleton-brewersville-indiana/