Greensburg Daily Tribune, April 20, 1933
Huge Skeletons Found In Paris
Bones reputed to have belonged to a man seven feet tall have been found in a Neolithic tomb on the outskirts here. A report on the discoveries of the archaeologists working in the northwest suburbs, has just been given at the Sorbonne. Paul Lemoine director of the Paris Museum of Natural History, M. Lantier, curator of the archaeological museum at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Professor Rivet and other savants, have visited the tomb and are agreed that it is of sufficient interest for excavation work to be continued with renewed effort. Eight seven-foot skeletons were brought to light beneath a huge monolith weighing more than four tons. A number of the bones were burned, indicating that the bodies had been burned before burial and little was found around them save a few flint arrows and spearheads which lead to the belief that the persons buried were not of very high caste.