This picture is virtually imperishable and only weather can remove it.
A colleague of Captain Walker, who explored Death Valley, discovered that the whole region between the Gila River and the San Juan River in Arizona was covered with the remains of extensive cities that were burnt out and vitrified in part, full of fused stones and craters caused by fires which were hot enough to liquefy rock or metal.
The beehives are one mile Southwest of the ghost town overlooking the West side of the Gila River.
Wilkins, depicts a Mammoth attacking a man that must have been a giant, at least ten feet tall.
The bones were so old that they had turned to dust.
Interestingly enough many giants in ancient legends had twelve digits.
It contained the remains of a human being three metres high and with six toes on each foot.
The sarcophagus was clay and eight feet below the ground with a Granite mummy case inside of it. Carving on the case showed that the man had six toes, long hair and wore a bird shaped headdress.