The Encyclopedia of Ancient Giants in North America

by Fritz Zimmerman (Author), L.A. Marzulli (Foreword)

 

 

 

 

 

About the Author

 

  • Paperback: 518 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 25, 2015)

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You Heard it is a Myth, but no, Giants WERE in America

In depth, well researched book on giants in North America, which is not taught or mentioned in schools, due to the Smithsonian stand on the Columbus First hype. Detailed accounts and locations from newspapers all over the USA plus from the Smithsonian, before they changed their stance. Comments from Native American nations on the giants being here before they arrived, their battles and elimination of giants, especially in the Ohio Valley, but true in other places like California, Utah and other places. Pity that Americans dug up burial mounds and carted off relics and trinkets then tossed skeletons, destroying valuable history, and it is more than a crime for the Smithsonian to lie about it all this time. GREAT READ.

 

Car trip time!

Fritz is a happy traveler on this amazing subject. We all thought there might have been giants from Genesis, but this seals the deal with historic news articles, commentary, and locations, locations, locations. This book will get you driving around to look for mounds in your area. Gives great perspective on those who were here in America before the Indians.

This book is a collection of old newspaper and magazine articles reporting the discovery of giant skeletons, dwellings, and paraphernalia during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. I enjoyed it.

This is a 515 page book loaded with information

This is a 515 page book loaded with information on Giants in the United States. I appreciated how the author labeled the states under the headings in the table of contents. This makes it much easier to locate information on certain areas. I have also purchased his other two books and find them all filled with a wealth of information.

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