Monday, September 12, 2016

Giant Skeletons and Giant Foot Prints Found Around The World, What's The Truth?

Is there any real proof to the giant skulls and skeletons being found around the world? I came across some really amazing looking images of huge, gigantic skeletal remains, but I cant tell if it's a hoax or if they actually did exist? I'm leaning towards hoax, fake, photo-shopped? But there seems to be some genuine people out there that actually believe this is true? I keep ending my sentences with a question mark, because this throws up more questions than answers.

They have to be fake... don't they?

I've never seen them on any TV shows like R.T or Al Jazeera only on the deepest parts of the internet, maybe that answers my questions? Maybe I've answered my own questions with the fact that no-one in there right minds would put this on their TV shows because it's just a load of Horse shit? Am I crazy to even post about this? Well, check out these images and tell me what you think? Tim Lewis

Ancient skeletons of giants found around the world
Huge foot print
Ancient skeletons of giants found around the world
Crazy looking skeleton
Ancient skeletons of giants found around the world
Massive skeletal remains
Ancient skeletons of giants found around the world
Odd looking skull
Ancient skeletons of giants found around the world
Photoshop maybe

Ancient skeletons of giants found around the world
You cannot deny it is cool looking
Ancient skeletons of giants found around the world
Huge skeletons found around the world

An Amazing Ancient Roman Road Found in Rochester, UK

Perfectly-preserved road that led Roman soldiers to London from the coast is found after 2,000 years.

A father and son bought a building in Rochester to turn it into a shop.
While they were working on the basement they discovered the road.
The section of the Roman road has been put on display in a glass frame.
Romans built 2,000 miles of road during their rule between 43 and 410 AD.

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Between 43 and 410 AD, the Roman army created 2,000 miles (3,200km) of surfaced roads across the UK. Now a snapshot of this part of history has been discovered, in the form of a pristine section of Roman road dating back almost 2,000 years. The road was stumbled upon during building work in the centre of Rochester, and is now on display.

THE ROMAN ROADS
The Roman Army created highways during the four centuries Britain was under the rule of the Roman Empire. The main aim of the roads were to speed up military supplies and troops. From 43 – 410 AD, it is thought the army created 2,000 miles (3,200km) of surfaced roads across the UK.

The paved roads also helped speed up trade and helped the transporting of goods. Many of the roads laid down by the Romans continued to be used for centuries after the Romans left Britain, and some remain part of the UK’s national road network even now. Others, like the road rediscovered in Rochester, were lost. The find sits on an ancient Roman road in Rochester, Kent, which once took legions of soldiers from the coast to London.

For the intricate, anal details lol please follow the link provided below. I added this story because it's history, it's ancient, historic. Theres just something about it though, it looks to new to me, "Pristine" the Mail Online's word's not mine? It's the Roman road that would of seen the very most traffic because it's coming from the coast to Londinium? It all looks rather to new, convenient and just displayed to well? Hey, I could be wrong, it could be a straight up Roman empire road? Just have a look and see for yourself? I'm allowed to ask questions it's what I do, I ask questions on truth, honour and dignity. There should be more people whom do this in my opinion. Tim Lewis

Source of this is Mail Online;