She begins by arguing—based on what?—that Bigfoot has a skull shaped much like that of a modern gorilla, and that the prominent brow ridge and pointed skull must therefore be reminiscent of the “elongated” skulls of Peru. She also claims that the bones of ancient giants prove that they stood at the same eight-foot height as Bigfoot. And what bones might those be? I first thought she must be referring to the bones of mastodons, mammoths, and ground sloths that have historically been mistaken for those of prehistoric giants, though in the next section, when she compares a map of Bigfoot sightings to places where newspapers reported the discovery of giant bones (hint: the maps look the same because they mark places where people live) that she is instead referring to secondhand reports from newspaper hoaxes.
She cites the Castelnau Giant as the only officially-recognized discovery of the bones of a human being that stood eleven feet high. Although creationists imply that a complete skeleton had been found in a Bronze Age tumulus in Castelnau in France in 1890, the excavator, Georges Vacher de Lapouge, found only three fragments, which he believed came from an 11-foot man. However, upon later examination, pathologists argued that while the individual involved was likely very tall, the oversized bones were probably pathological gigantism, similar to “Elephant Man” syndrome, and not an actual representative of a healthy race of 11-foot humans. I have no idea what became of the bones.
After this, she sites yet another website as proof that the Hyksos kings of Egypt were giants:
…after creating havoc, this Hyskos tribe were banished to the Caucasus mountains where they lived in caves and reverted to animalistic behaviour. After 2,000 years the Egyptian Moses went to the mountains and civilised these giants teaching them how to cook and build and write. Moses gave them the laws from their creator, Yacub [the 10 commandments] sorcery, dark magick and how to divide and conquer the nations. Curiously, they were told that after 4,000 years, they would be destroyed.
Anyway, Day presents some secondhand accounts of Native American legends of giants, Day asks whether assemblages of sticks and twigs in the woods could be communication from the giants—and whether unnamed elites “know what the symbols mean but won’t share it with the public because it gives away the lives of the giants.” Yes, it is sticks in the woods rather than, say, the existence of giants near where people live, work, and play that will really give the game away. She enters into evidence the Grave Creek Stone (a Victorian hoax) as a “giant” artifact despite its miniscule size, and she claims that in an audio recording from Ohio you can hear a Bigfoot utter the name “Adena,” which she doesn’t quite understand is not what the “mound builders” actually called themselves, much less that they were not a race of Bible giants.
The point of all of this is that, if we believe Sasquatch to exist, then they had to have a lineage. That lineage very likely has been uncovered in the only other tall race we know of in America - the ancient giants.