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Witness of this was Texas Ranger investigating another murder case .A recent archeological dig has unearthed not less then to dozen skeletons of giant proportions near the ancient ruins of Rujm el-Hiri, located in the Golan Heights, a contested area claimed by both Syria and Israel.With the exception of the bony projections located about two inches above the eyebrows, the men whom these skeletons belonged to were anatomically normal, although at seven feet tall they were considered to be giants. Surnateum, The Museum of Supernatural History, however, claims to have analysed the skull.Burial was believed to have been in the neighborhood of 1200 AD. Their analysis demonstrated that the horns were genuinely part of the skull.It is said in the Bible, that Og, King of Bashan, ruled over these lands.Og and his mighty army was slain by Moses and he is said to have been the last of the , a hebrew word meaning giant.
It had four paws, a tail, long fur and a big, fat blubbery body.The team of archeologists led by the University of Tel-Aviv claims that the skeletons might be older then the ruins themselves, already dating back to 5000 years, according to mainstream archeology.It is clearly an unexpected find explains chief archeologist, Tom Yiggur.I was reading a 1908 News paper from New Orleans when I found this : weird stuff are in this news paper, check it out Something similar “maybe” has been seen in Michigan recently Temple, MI 2009 During the frigid and snowy winter of 2008-09, two teenaged girls were babysitting for three small children at their neighbor’s farm near Temple, Michigan.As often happens in such circumstances, when darkness fell, the girls started hearing noises outside of the house.Bones of giants have been uncovered in the United States in New York, California, Ohio, Tennessee, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Missouri, Nevada, Indiana, Minnesota, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Arizona, New Mexico, and Kentucky from as early as 1792 to as late as 1965.