Feilding Star, May 16 1914,
While men were digging foundations for labourers' cottages at Dysart, Louth, they unearthed three human skeletons in separate graves encased with stones. One skull is entire and measures, 18 inches from the crown to the chin. The leg bones are abnormally large. The remains apparently are those of a person 10 feet high, who is presumed to have lived in a prehistoric age.