Friday, April 5, 2024

Scientists still baffled from giant human skeletons up to 10 feet tall decades after initial discovery

Legend has it that the Si-Teh-Cah came to Nevada from a distant land some 3,000 years ago after crossing the ocean in boats made from the bulrush plant.

The fierce newcomers were said to have attacked the local inhabitants, unleashing a bloody, years-long conflict.

Finally, the various tribes in the area joined forces to hunt down and exterminate the barbarians, according to the Paiute stories.

The last of the red-haired giants were said to have sought refuge in the Lovelock cave, but the shelter ended up being their tomb after the natives fired arrows at them and started a fire at the mouth of the cavern.

The story goes that all the giants were slaughtered in that attack.


Almost Idaho! In the news! These ancient palefaces had to be close to what would become the Nevada-Idaho border. First I've heard of them.

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10-foot tall? A sort of anti-leprechaun?

Posted by: dearieme | Apr 5, 2024 11:42:40 AM

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