The Grauballe Man was found on the 26th of April 1952, near the village of Grauballe, Denmark. He was discovered by men cutting peat for fuel about three feet below the surface of the ground. When they were digging one of the workers, Tage Busk Sørensen, stuck his spade into something that he immediately knew was not peat; he noticed the red hair pupping up and realised he had found the head of a human body.
Who were these red-haired giants that history books have ignored? Their burial sites and remains have been discovered on almost every continent. In the United States they have been unearthed in Virginia and New York state, Michigan, Illinois and Tennessee, Arizona and Nevada. Early Spanish explorers reported encountering red-haired giants in the mountains of Utah and Arizona as well.
In 1930, a small Inuit village right off of Lake Angikuni was mysteriously abandoned. Joe Labelle, a fur trapper well known in the village, found that all the villagers had gone. He found unfinished shirts that still had needles in them and food hanging over fire pits. Even more disturbing, he found seven sled dogs dead from starvation and a grave that had been dug up. He reported this to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, who conducted a search for the missing people; no one was ever found.