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'Giant' allegedly captured on camera in Mexico

May 27, 2020 | Comment icon 57 comments



Is this a genuine giant, or something else ? Image Credit: El Sol de San Luis
Residents of Mexico's San Luis Potosi region reportedly claim to have witnessed a very large humanoid creature.
From Jack and the Beanstalk to Jason and the Argonauts, tales of giants have been an integral part of fairy tales, folklore and mythology for thousands of years in countries all across the world.

But could there really exist (or ever have existed) enormous humanoids of such extreme scale ?

Some residents in the Huasteca region of San Luis Potosi, Mexico certainly seem to think so, as evidenced by a series of claims, reports and even photographs pertaining to the sighting of a very large creature that was allegedly spotted last week near the municipality of Ciudad Valles.

"I was with my husband playing with my child when we heard a noise, like an explosion, so we looked at the hill, where we thought the noise was coming from, we thought it was a landslide," said one witness, Mrs. Antonia, who described seeing a "large, thin man."
"It was about five thirty in the afternoon; I was really scared. My husband started making fun of me but when he saw that 'thing' he got very scared and told me to go into the house."

Similar reports have also emerged from other nearby towns as well.

A photograph of the alleged 'giant' can be viewed above, however it is quite difficult to make out whether it is something genuinely large or something that is small and out of focus.

Could this be evidence that giants roam the wilds of Mexico or is the whole thing a hoax ?

You decide.

Source: Coasttocoastam.com | Comments (57)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #48 Posted by stereologist 2 years ago
People do it for other reason as well. There are more excuses for failures of the woo then there are examples of woo. How about this one: "No one anticipates these encounters therefore cameras cannot be deployed on time." Love this excuse. Did you know that at one time not everyone had a camera on them? It's true. Even then events were quick. Yes, events happened just as quickly back then as now. There is no TMZ speed up happening. And here we see an event captured that was a fleeting event caught on a camera when people did not all carry cameras. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1972_Great_Dayli... [More]
Comment icon #49 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
Its not or sholdnt be personal, i never take forums personally, While many excuses when asked for evidences like my favs "it doesnt work like that" and " i know my experence was real" are i admit very laughable,  there are countless super cool pix and videos that are caught by chance, its especially hilarious to me those who thump their chests about their repeated questiable experences, the same ones who claim they dont care if anyone believes yet get furious when a person asks for proof they always have a million reasons they didnt even try to grab a pic of their repeating alleged experences.... [More]
Comment icon #50 Posted by Captain Risky 2 years ago
What ever it is I'm sure it comes with a great deal and 4 new tires. (don't forget to bargain for a free wheel alignment). 
Comment icon #51 Posted by Solomonsez 11 months ago
Looks like it's got that tell-tale cryptid blur thig going on.
Comment icon #52 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps 11 months ago
a drunk guy looking for a  thylacine 
Comment icon #53 Posted by Nobu 11 months ago
I have a house in Mexico and there are still a LOT of flip phones. and siestas,too, I guess. No idea what this is.
Comment icon #54 Posted by KiLLMasTer20 11 months ago
Looks like a cactus to me. looks like it just grow in a funny shape.
Comment icon #55 Posted by Hyperionxvii 11 months ago
It's sort of weird how every single person around the world who has captured images or video of UFOs or Cryptids have that exact same phone. 
Comment icon #56 Posted by Trelane 11 months ago
There is no way, absolutely zero proof that this is a plesiosaur......ohhhhh wait, sorry wrong thread.
Comment icon #57 Posted by Hammerclaw 11 months ago
Yeah, with the coke bottle lens. Take a picture of one these with it and presto! Instant giant or alien. cacti of the sonoran desert - Bing images


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