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Hi Aine. I'll repeat the first part I wrote to Robert: The physical remain have gone. The Smithsonian don't have ANY OF THEM anymore. We know they excavated seventeen 7 ft - 8ft skeletons as they are published in their own annual reports, and they received many more. When the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) was passed in 1990, any remaining giant skeletons and bones were removed from public display and buried according to the traditions of individual tribes. We often get asked: “where are the bones?” and we reply: “ask the Smithsonian and the Native Americans” as only they know. Saying that, The Smithsonian deny they ever existed.
Also, some authenticated ones are over 9ft tall, so there is a mystery here that we wish academia would take seriously. In the same way, Dinosaurs are well beyond the normal range, but they existed! Why the Smithsonian decided to deny their existence is very worrying indeed and we investigate them in 'The Smithsonian Files' chapter. The debate continues as to who built the mounds but there are detailed myths of an ancient race of rather nasty giants, and much nicer ones, and as so many giants are found in mounds we must consider that they built them. We cover this in the 'Legends of the Tall Ones' chapter. In Britain, we have over 40 accounts of giant skeletons being found.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02-Nov-15 21:45 by Hugh Newman.