Less than a century ago, newspaper articles reporting on the discovery of #giant bones were not a rare occasion. Before the Smithsonian stepped in and completely took over the narrative, there was much information to be found on the subject. I have no doubt that if this type of history would be taught in schools, more students would pay attention. The question we all have to ask is – WHY is this completely ignored, if not outright covered up?
As divine providence would have it, as I was reading the other day, I came across an entire section in my book on the Smithsonian Institute and how, contrary to popular belief, it isn’t always forthcoming about reality. While I really wanted to get into more specifics about the giant stories of North America today, I changed course and decided to dig into the Smithsonian. After all, they’ve been implicated over and over again in the cover-up of the evidence of giant bones, so I thought I’d give you a little insight.
Things are often not what we’ve been told.