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December 7, 2010
As convincing as they may seem, to my knowledge, all of the alleged giant skull and skeleton images that you find below are in fact fake. It is my understanding that these images were created and submitted by different individuals who participated in an image editing contest that was held by the worth1000.com website some time ago.
What the images below clearly demonstrate, is how easy it has now become to create very convincing doctored images of UFOs, giants, and other controversial subjects, using some of the currently-available advanced graphic editing software such as Adobe Photoshop, which has excellent tools such as the Content-Aware Fill tool and the Puppet Warp tool.
Consider, for example, the "giant-01.jpg" image.
The original photograph from which this fake giant image was created, was taken on September 16, 2000 at an excavation site that was located outside of Hyde Park, Dutchess County New York, which also happens to be the hometown of American president Franklin D. Roosevelt. The original photograph is part of a collection of images which document the discovery of the skeleton of a mastodon by Professor John Chiment and his team from the Paleontological Research Institution and the Cornell Department of Geological Sciences at Cornell University. If you look in the lower right corner of this fake image, you can see one of the tusks of the mastodon which the creator of the fake image -- a person by the name of "IronKite" -- forgot to remove before he submitted his creation to a competition on the Worth1000.com website. You can find more information regarding the mastodon discovery at the following URL:
My purpose in sharing these images with you is not to refute the existence of ancient giants, but rather to use them as a warning to you to beware of charlatans and deceivers who may try to use doctored images such as these in order to deceive you into believing in something that is not true.