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Horned Humanoid Skulls

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Horned human skull. Acquired by the Surnateum in 1959
Origin: France (1920-1940)

Probably a relic of a satanic cult or a cult devoted to the Great God Pan. Although we thought that the object had been cleverly manufactured, an analysis has demonstrated that the horns are genuinely part of the skull. An in-depth examination and X-rays leave no room for doubt: the skull is not a forgery. Giant skeletons of horned men were also exhumed in Pennsylvania (USA) in the 1880s. Like the skull presented on this site, the horns began above the eye sockets.

Source: Surnateum, The Museum of Supernatural History

 

From Pursuit, 6:69-70, July 1973 Mysteries of the Unexplained, p. 39 1992:

Several human skulls with horns protruding from them were discovered in a burial mound at Sayre, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, in the 1880s. With the exception of the bony projections located about two inches above the eyebrows, the men whom these skeletons belonged to were anatomically normal, though at seven feet tall they were giants. It was estimated that the bodies had been buried around A.D. 1200. The find was made by a reputable group of antiquarians, including the Pennsylvania state historian and dignitary of the Presbyterian Church (Dr. G.P. Donehoo) and two professors, A.B. Skinner, of the American Investigating Museum, and W.K.Morehead, of Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts. After the discovery which was made in the town of Sayre, the remains were sent to the American Investigating Museum in Philadelphia, where Skinner was based. The Museum later claimed that the remains had been stolen, and they were never recovered. It was not the first time that gigantic horned skulls have been unearthed in North America. During the 19th century, similar skulls were discovered near Wellsville, New York and in a mining village close to El Paso, Texas. The interesting thing about it is that the skeletons were large, the horns are well formed, and there was more than one in the same burial mound.