The serpent mound of Adams County, Ohio, contained the bones of giants over eight feet tall in the early 1800s.
Thousands of years ago, the Ohio Valley was inhabited by a race of giants. In 1846, Joseph Henry, first secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, estimated that in Ohio alone, there were over 10,000 burial mounds. Unfortunately, the early pioneers destroyed most of them.
But at least one burial mound has been reconstructed in Adams County, Ohio. It stretches across the meadow in the form of a serpent – perhaps identifying the god of this ancient race of giants. In the nineteenth century, several published accounts of excavations verified that many of the giants were over eight feet and some nine feet tall and each had a double row of teeth (www.greatserpentmound.org).
In 1883, an article appeared in the journal, Scientific American, in which a reporter asked an aged Indian what his people knew of these ancient graveyards. He answered: “Me know nothing about them. They were here before the red man.”
In 1872 (Historical Collections of Noble County Ohio, p. 350,351), a mound was uncovered in which was found “the remains of three skeletons whose size would indicate they measured in life at least eight feet in height. The remarkable feature of these remains was they had double teeth in front, as well as in back of the mouth and in both upper and lower jaws. Upon exposure to the atmosphere the skeletons crumbled back to mother earth.”
The accounts of “giants” in the Bible were not figments of man’s imagination. They actually existed, not only in the Middle East, but all over the world!