Giants, according to tradition, were creatures so massive that they caused the Earth to quake when they walked.
In the 1940s, archaeologists in Argedava, Romania, oversaw an excavation in search of precious artifacts belonging to Dacian commander Burebista. Ionita Florea, now an elderly man, accompanied the archaeologists. He was the one who removed a massive skull that was three or four times larger than ours.
Romanians discovered massive gold bracelets.
When he informed the archaeologists of her finding, he was fired right after, and researchers proceeded to investigate the site. More than 80 enormous skeletons were discovered by the conclusion of the excavation.
Nobody actually knows where the skeletons are now. In reality, when locals of Scaieni attempted to establish an apple orchard, they uncovered an old cemetery of giants.
In 2009, a local television station began investigating the Bucegi Mountains.
Shortly after, the investigation’s lead report received a phone call from an anonymous individual threatening the journalist with dire consequences if they continued, or else something horrible will happen to them.
The unidentified man then hung up after saying that they were playing a very hazardous game. Nobody knows what truly happened there or what the investigation’s purpose was since journalists are still refusing to talk about it.