Also in chapter one, when examining early reports of giant bones being unearthed one strange thing comes to light. Many state that these remains had “double teeth”. This is interpreted as having double rows of teeth but what this actually means is the skull had both upper and lower teeth intact. In days gone by dental health was atrocious, if you had enough teeth to chew you were doing good so having most or all of your teeth was unusual. Even though no known examples of these skeletons survive there were enough reports to indicate this was real. Read more about this in my new book.