Nephilim Skeletal Remains and Sun Temples (Henges) of Delaware County, Ohio

Nephilim Skeletal Remains and Sun Temples (Henges) of Delaware County, Ohio


The above map shows the location of the henge in Perry Township. This site was investigated, but there is no trace of the henge that is currently being plowed.  The sandy nature of the soil at this location would have lent itself to quickly obliterating all traces of the earthworks in a few years of cultivation.
   One the best clues that Delaware County,  Indiana was the haunt of the Nephilim are the numerous giant human skeletons that were unearthed in the county.

Indiana Geological Report 1881


   In section 2 Perry Township was an enclosure, now obliterated, this was situated upon the summit of a natural hill and commanded a good view of the surrounding country; the enclosure was 130 feet in diameter, circular, with a ditch inside which, when discovered was about ten inches deep. In the center was a small mound from which a passageway led in a south-westerly direction through the enclosure, numerous implements were picked up here when first discovered. The Indians used many of the hills as burial places; bones have been discovered which from their size would indicate that they belonged to a race of giants.