Giants, according to legend, were giants so gigantic that when they walked, they caused the Earth to tremble.
Archaeologists in Argedava, Romania, undertook an excavation in the 1940s in search of valuable items once owned by Dacian commander Burebista. The archaeologists were joined by Ionita Florea, now an elderly man. He was the one who exhumed a gigantic skull three or four times the size of ours.
Massive gold bracelets were unearthed by Romanians.
He was sacked shortly after informing the archaeologists of her discovery, and researchers began investigating the site. By the end of the dig, more than 80 massive skeletons had been discovered.
Nobody knows where the skeletons are these days. In truth, when Scaieni residents sought to plant an apple orchard, they discovered an old huge graveyard.
The Bucegi Mountains were first investigated by a local television channel in 2009.
Shortly after, the main reporter for the investigation received a phone call from an unknown person warning the journalist with serious repercussions if they proceeded, or else something terrible will happen to them.
After warning they were playing a very dangerous game, the mysterious male disconnected up. Because journalists are still reluctant to talk about it, no one knows what happened or what the investigation’s aim was.