THE BOG PEOPLE by P. V. Glob: Part detective story, part horror movie, and all true, this archaeology book matter of factly describes the discovery in peat bogs around Europe the sunken bodies of men and woman dating back as far as the Iron Age. Preserved by the chemicals of the bogs, many appear to have been ritually sacrificed; one, a medieval tax collector in full period clothing, appears to have been murdered. Wonderful fun.
Bog Bodies of the Iron Age- More than a thousand preserved bodies and skeletons have emerged from the peat bogs of Northwest Europe, and scientists now have the tools to study the remains in such detail that they can, in a sense, resurrect ancient people.
A DNA study carried out on the bones and teeth of Scythian skeletons found in the Altai mountains of Mongolia is revealing the genetic blending between European and Asian people. Childress Childress & Beach you MUST SHOW THIS TO CODY!
This man, found on the ancient shore of Herculaneum, was wearing a belt of silver and bronze plaques and carrying a long sword and stabbing dagger. He is thought to be a soldier. The volcanic surge hurled him down with huge force, breaking his bones.
This fossilized Irish giant from 1895 is over 12 feet tall. He was discovered during a mining operation in Antrim, Ireland. girth of chest, 6 foot 6 inches; length of arms 4 foot 6 inches. There are six toes on the right foot
The Innsmouth Look People with the "Innsmouth Look" look vaguely fish and/or frog like through the face, especially through the eyes. Inspired by H. Lovecraft's works, particularly "The Shadow Over Innsmouth"--wow odd looking people