Friday, October 31, 2008

Photo of archaeologists digging out a giant skeleton



Archaeologists dig out a giant skeleton by mzpresto for a Worth1000 photoshop contest.

*Previously: Mermaid skeleton.

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11 comments:

  1. i hope this aint some kind of stunt u people are trying 2 pull

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  2. no there were real giants skeletons. google it

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  3. if you read the Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls including the book of Enoch and the book of Giants you'll find writings about giants, what were they and how they come to be. Archeologists are finding gians skeletons all over the world and evidence of their existacnce. too bad the guvernmant and the catholic church and the darwinists are trying to hide this from the public eye ahd call al this discoveries hoaxes.

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    1. wow someone else that knows thetruth and is not scared to voice it good job!!! Its nice to see

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  4. There are records in this day & age of midgets & very tall people dead & alive still so why would we not have them in past history too, we did have dinosaurs! & all sorts of extraordinary stuff! wots not to believe about it?

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  5. Qouran said that too...According to Qouran they were giant people on earth...Adam n Eve were giants...İt says so...And prophet Yusha was giant too..

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  6. Genesis 6:4 (KJV)

    "There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown."

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  7. "Archaeologists dig out a giant skeleton by mzpresto for a WORTH1000 PHOTOSHOP CONTEST."

    Photoshop. It's stated under the picture. Worth1000 is the origin of most, if not all, of these pictures of giant skeletons. Nothing religious, supernatural, or alien about this picture. Nobody is trying to fool anyone or cover anything up. It is just a Photoshop picture. If you look in the bottom-left corner, there's even a Worth1000 watermark.

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  8. Thanks for posting my pic :)

    One of the entries on Worth1000 from a while ago did become an internet hoax

    http://www.snopes.com/photos/odd/giantman.asp

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