12-Feet-Tall and Two-Headed Well-Preserved Giant Mummy Discovered in Patagonia
In case you didn’t know already, the story of the famous two-headed Giant known as the Kap Dwa is by far one of the strangest stories you’ll ever hear. This is the story of a 3.5-meter-tall Giant that was discovered originally in Patagonia. Its story takes a lot of weird turns though so make sure you’re paying attention.
The story begins in 1673 when the Spanish mariners were just minding their business when they spotted a massive giant with two heads attached to his body roam around the lands nearby. They quickly debarked and went straight for him, defeating him in the process.
Despite the fact that the Giant was clearly stronger than them, through the use of clever tactics the team was able to actually defeat him and cage him, only to kiII him for good soon after to make sure he couldn’t escape ever again.
After he was mummified, he was sent to London where it was later on discovered around the 19th century or so. That’s when Lord Thomas Howard came upon it in 1959, deciding to add it to his Gerber’s collection.
Thomas however states a whole different story from this. He believes that the mummified remains were originally discovered in Patagonia and brought to England by George Bickel himself.
After having been sent over to Baltimore he eventually came upon it and added it to his collection.
Regardless of what you think really happened here, the results speak for themselves as this is an incredible two-headed Giant’s remains right in front of you.