100 Million Years Old Giant Skull And Teeth Found Embedded In Coal
How innocently it all began.....
This is the very first specimen that Ed Conrad discovered in the Carboniferous-dated anthracite region of Pennsylvania but the Smithsonian's experts dismissed it as a concretion, a rock. However, petrified teeth were found inside the jaw-like area and an infrared scan revealed the material is "compatible with either tooth or bone in origin."
As time passed, Ed continued to search the same locality and kept finding numerous unusual objects that bore the contour of bone, although rock-like in their brownish coloration and weight.