Two-Headed Giant Mummy of 11,5-Feet-Tall Was Discovered in Patagonia

The story of the Kap Dwa, the two-headed Giant, is without a doubt one of the most intriguing you’ll hear all day. The 3.5-meter-tall Giant was allegedly discovered in Patagonia, but there are many unanswered questions surrounding its discovery.

The first story told to the locals said that in 1673, a two-headed ogre attacked and was defeated by a group of Spanish sailors.

They overcame the Giant’s sheer strength with their minds and attempted to imprison it in their cage. They planned to stab him in his sleep, fearful of what he would do when he ran.

It was later mummified and sent to London, where it was discovered in the nineteenth century.

While in 1914, on the shores of the Birnbeck Harbor, a lot of commotion was created when many people traveled hundreds of miles to see a mysterious mother. It remained operational until Lord Thomas Howard purchased it from the tenants in 1959.

The body of the Kap Dwa remains part of Gerber’s set to this day, but Gerber has always claimed that the story is made up and that the truth is a little different.

He found it on the beach in Paraguay, not in Patagonia, according to reports. Locals claimed the body was mummified and transported to England by George Bickle to a museum in Blackpool. After that, it was transported to Baltimore.

Whatever myth you believe, the fact remains that this creature existed hundreds of years ago on our planet.


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