Archaeologists have discovered evidence of a group of white people with blue eyes on Catalina Island in California.

Many civilizations have lived on Earth throughout history; some of these civilizations are well known, while others continue to be shrouded in mystery. Giat legeds were once real, but through time they were misconstrued to mean something else. Several artifacts and signs of formerly enormous beasts were found in the previous cemetery, igniting speculation that giant bears had roamed the earth thousands of years ago.

A group of islands off the coast of California have been communicating secret mysteries for over 13,000 years, which scientists are still attempting to solve. These islands are home to more than 2000 varieties of vegetation and ancient animals. The island of Sata Catalia Islad, also known as Catalia Islad and located 22 kilometers from Log Beach, attracts historians from all over the world.

Catalina Island’s history is fascinating. Native American tribes from the Gabrielio-Togva Idia region initially colonized it around 7000 BC. A Spanish adventurer named it the island and gave it the name “Spanish Crow” in 1542.

It was taken over by Mexico in 1846, and a real estate speculator from the United States purchased it near the end of the sixteenth century. A man named Ralph Glidde, who relocated to the island with his family in 1896, is said to have uncovered the ancient burial custom in the early twentieth century.

He was a carpet installer before to becoming interested in the Egyptian artifacts and ancient burial sites he uncovered in the Chael Islands. He searched numerous cemeteries on Catalina Island between 1919 and 1928, finding human remains and corpses.

Glidde claimed to have found 800 burial sites, numerous Idian artifacts and tidbits, as well as thousands of actual Idian bodies while excavating. He then sold and traded these items to museums and collectors. According to reports, he excavated around 800 cemetery sites over the island and collected thousands of artifacts and human remains.

In 1924, Glidde opened the “Catalia Museum of Insular Dias,” where he publicly displayed his discoveries. He defined his “Idia m” as a “iqe and strangely stittio” with scissors and widows laced with toe, ankle, wrist, and finger bones. For skll-lied shelves, leg and arm braces were used as shelf brackets. The ceiling panels were embellished with rosettes of human vertebra and shaver blades.

The most outlandish of Glidde’s claims was that he had uncovered a legendary prehistoric race of fair-skinned, blue-eyed giants with an average height of 7 to 9 feet that had lived in Sao Catalunya and its neighboring islands. “Glidde claims overwhelming evidence that a fair-skied, fair-haired, highly intelligent race of great stature lived on Catalina Island, off the southwest coast of California, perhaps three thousand years ago, and that his excavation of a massive cache of bones, household utensils, relics, water, and other artifacts is just outside the usual class of India discoveries,” writes Mysterio’s Universe.

A young girl’s skeleton, which was obviously of the highest quality, was surrounded by the skeletons of sixty children at a large memorial service, and more than three dozen other skeletons were found in various locations around the island. Virtually all of the male skeletons were taller than six feet, with one measuring six feet eight inches from the top of his head to his ankle and another standing six feet two inches tall.

In 1913, Dr. A.W. Frstea of Criosly, Germany, found an 8-foot tall human skeleton. This was made of a hard, black substance that mostly dissolved when exposed to air, leaving only the skull, jawbone, and foot impression. Furthermore, according to another source, a 7-foot-tall skeleto with two rows of teeth, six fingers, and toes was found. Several rows of teeth were prevalent in the human remains that were found in the Chael Islands. Larger human skeletons thought to belong to a distinct race were also common in Sa Nicolas Island.

As far as I can tell, these accounts of the “giats” of Santa Catalina Island are made up, according to Joh Johso, Ph.D., an anthropology creator at the Sata Barbara Museum of Natural History. The impression that the skeleton is a giant, for instance, is given by an old photograph of Glidde with the background and the body in the foreground.

According to historical records, Glidde’s career was brief. He said that the purportedly ancient skeletons he found were built in a ritualistic manner. He asserted that they were venerated in the area as if they were gods. His research was viewed skeptically by the main stream media and was labeled as a money-making scheme.
According to other sources, he is said to have purchased the phony skeletons from a costume store on Broadway in Los Angeles. A specialist in skeleton detection, L. Marzlli, backed Glidde, claiming that a comprehensive skeleton detection of one of his photographs, which depicts an 8.5-foot-tall skeleto, appeared to be real. He added that one of the enormous skeletos had six visible fingers.

In 1968, at the age of 87, Glidde passed away. He allegedly paid the Wrigley family $5,000 for their collection, which they later donated to the Catalina Island Museum.


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