Ivan T. Sanders received a letter from Alan Makshir in which Alan declared that he had made quite an incredible discovery, to say the least.
Being an engineer that was actively working in the Aleutian Island of Shemya during WW2. He tasked with a lot of strange missions, to say the least.
While destroying a nearby hill in order to build a landing field for the army he came across a rather strange discovery in the form of an ancient burial ground of some sort.
The bodies inside were strange, to say the least, but what really stood out was their general size. They were huge, way bigger than current-day humans are.
One skull was for example 11 inches wide and 22 inches from the base to the crown. In comparison to a normal 8 inches human skull, this is massive, to say the least.
Not only that but there was also a huge hole in the upper side of each and every one of the skulls and also. Every single skull was equipped with two sets of teeth.
Mr. Sanderson concluded his statement by saying that the Smithsonian Institute quickly got a hold of the discovery. And started hiding everything away from the general public.