Friday, September 19, 2014

University of Oklahoma Anthropologist Describe Ancient Giant Humans Discovered

University of Oklahoma Anthropologist Describe Ancient Giant Humans Discovered



Reading Eagle, May 24, 1937
Skeletons of Indians Over Seven Feet Tall
     Norman, Oklahoma, May 24, (U.P.) - Six giant skeletons of a strange tribe of Indians more than seven feet tall have been uncovered along the banks of the Washita River, in South Central Oklahoma.  Dr. Forrest E. Clements head of the of the department of anthropology of the University Oklahoma, disclosed today.
     The skeletons, are all well preserved were found by Dr. Clements and members of his party yesterday.  He believed the find might lead to the discovery of  a race of Indians whose existence was unknown to anthropologists.
     He estimated the race existed 750 years ago.  Four of the skeletons were of adults, and two of children.  Collapse of a section of the river bank along the Washita 10 days ago led to the discovery. A farmer found a skull and notified authorities.