In the late 1950s, Ivan Terence Sanderson, a very popular American naturalist, shared an interesting account about a letter he got from Alan Makshir, an engineer stationed on Shemya Island in the Aleutians during WWII.
When Alan Makshir and his crew were tasked with constructing a landing strip, they unintentionally razed a few hills and discovered human bones beneath certain sedimentary strata. They arrived at what appeared to be a burial location for some large human remains, including massive skulls and bones.
From base to top, one skull was 11 inches broad and 22 inches long. A typical adult skull is 8 inches long from back to front. A massive skull like this could only be the property of a giant person.
According to the statement given in the letter, in the distant past, the giants had a second row of teeth and irrational flatheads. On the upper side of each skull, there was a trepanned, beautifully carved hole.
The Mayans of Peru and the Flathead Indians of Montana used to squeeze an infant’s skull to compel it to develop in an elongated form.
Mr. Sanderson sought further proof after receiving the second letter, but it just reaffirmed his suspicions. The Smithsonian Institute had seized the mystery bones, according to both letters.
Mr. Sanderson was aware that the Smithsonian Institution owns the bones, and he was perplexed as to why they refuse to make their findings public. “Can’t people deal with history being rewritten?” he wondered.