Saturday, October 19, 2013

Giant Neanderthal Hybrids With Double Rows of Teeth Discovered in Minnesota

Giant Neanderthal Hybrids With Double Rows of Teeth Discovered in Minnesota




The Aborigines of Minnesota  1906

     Mr. R. M. Van DeVoort gave information concerning the exploration of a mound of this group about the year 1885.  The bones were about 3 ft. from the surface and consisted of six skeletons, each skeleton occupying a space about 18 inches by 30 inches. The lower jawbone was large, the teeth, so far as found, all double, the brow considerably receding backward, thigh-bone 22 inches long, upper arm-bone 14 inches long. These bones were taken to Chicago by a doctor some five years after they were discovered.