‘Ancient giant’ discovered by farmers digging a well becomes a tourist sensation

Farmers digging a well on a property in Cardiff, New York, uncovered what they claimed to be the remains of an ancient giant on October 16, 1869.

The three-metre tall giant was seemingly petrified into rock.

It became an incredibly popular tourist attraction, with people awestruck by the ancient man.

But experts were skeptical, asking questions like “How come this is clearly made of gypsum”, and “how come it has fresh tool marks on it”, and “why were you digging a well in the middle of this field, nowhere near your home where you already have a well?”

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