A group of US special forces fought and killed a giant more than four meters high near a cave in Afghanistan.
Several witnesses say that the battle not only took the life of an American soldier, but that the government took the huge body of the attacker and took it to the United States.
THE RESEARCHER LA MARZULLI:
According to one of the interviews conducted by investigator LA Marzulli, a special forces team operating in Afghanistan in 2002 encountered one of the creatures while a patrol was looking for a lost unit in an isolated part of the country.
The soldier tells Marzulli that his unit made its way along a goat trail near a cave where the team noticed an unusual pattern of rocks, bones and an ominous broken communications equipment of the type used by the military. U.S.
WHILE THINKING ABOUT THIS
The team was surprised by a man of “at least 4 to 6 meters tall”. The creature had long, red hair and an operator, identified as “Dan,” with a pica-type weapon. The rest of the team opened fire, firing the creature several times in the face and eventually killing it. The total time of the combat was of only 30 seconds.
After the fight, while they lamented the collapse of their companion, the army sent a helicopter to move the creature.
“It was too big for me to be able to move it,” said the soldier. “It smelled like it was a corpse that has been decomposing for a while, it was reported that we had a very large, possibly human, creature.”
But then the soldiers were told to “rewrite” their post-action reports. “So we had to write again the way they wanted it,” says the man.
The soldier confirmed that the giant was armed with a weapon similar to the type that Marzulli identified as the “spear Nephilim”, which was found elsewhere and related to other evidence of the existence of this creature.
The pilot who transported the giant shared his description: He had six fingers on his hands and feet, with feet 60-80 centimeters in size, but it was difficult to determine his height because he was in a fetal position. He suggested that the load was the corpse of a 4-meter man, whose weight was more than 700 kilograms, had 6 fingers on his hands and feet. The images used in this article are a reconstruction of the case.