Towanda New York Daily Review, April 19, 1916
The Grave of a Human Giant
Visotors go up on Pisgah almost every pleasant day. Mrs. Atwater, who is still making some imprivements, is still there and Mr. Vontrell of Mansfild is there and drives the team down occasionally for visitors. The Athens Historical society sent word to the mountian that they would visit it next Saturday. Theu claimed to know of an Indian grave on top that they would open. The only Indian grave we ever know of there says the Troy Gazzette, was on on the south point of the mountian on the farm of Chas. W. Hooker. A very large thigh bone of a human bieng was dug up 45 years ago at the point near the spring.
It was of immense size, and on its being shown to Dr. Theodore Wilder, he said it must have belongewd to a man 7 feet high. "There were giants in those days."