Giants in Arizona?

By Athanasius Kircher - Mundus subterraneus, Public Domain, https://commons.wikime
By Athanasius Kircher – Mundus subterraneus, Public Domain, https://commons.wikime

This story is from the book Mysterious Archaeological Sites (available on Amazon.com) by George Mitrovic and takes place in Santa Cruz County, Arizona in 1891:

Workers were excavating a basement for a commercial building and surprisingly, enough dug up a clay coffin. In it were the remains of a nine foot tall human with six toes on each foot.

The coffin was clay and buried eight feet deep. There was a granite case inside of the coffin with carvings depicting a man with six toes, and wearing a bird shaped head gear.

Giants in California

This story is from the book Mysterious Archaeological Sites (available on Amazon.com) by George Mitrovic and takes place in Inyo County, California:

Near Death Valley: The Cowden Brothers in 1898 discovered the skeletal remains of a giant female (7.5 feet tall) at least 100,000 years old. Remains of camels and elephant-like creatures were also found.

In 1931 mummies were discovered by Dr. F. Bruce Russell. The men were eight to nine feet tall. These mummies were found in caverns. Hieroglyphics were found carved onto polished granite in another cavern which appeared to be some sort of ceremony room. This was in an area of Death Valley.

Local Indians believe that the area around and within Death Valley should be avoided at all costs and it is a place of the ghosts of the dead.

There are dozens if not hundred of stories about subterranean caverns which go for miles under Death Valley. There are legends of rooms filled with gold and treasure within the rooms of these caverns.

California Giants with Too Many Teeth eat Pygmy Mammoths

This story is from the book Mysterious Archaeological Sites (available on Amazon.com) by George Mitrovic and takes place on Santa Catalina Island in Los Angeles County, California:

It appears that humans of gargantuan size with double rows of teeth ate dwarf mammoths on Santa Catalina Island in Los Angeles County. The dwarf mammoth has been extinct since at least 9000 BC.