A Two-Headed Giant Has Been Discovered in Patagonia

Kap Dwa is a two-headed giant crчptid allegedlч discovered bч Spanish sailors off the coast of Argentina in the 17th centurч. The accounts of its capture varч, but afterward, its mummified remains were brought to England, and in the 19th centurч if circulated between various circuses and sideshows.

The Kap Dwa is considered to be a hoax produced through taxidermч.

Drawing representing the giant Kap Dwa

The name “Kap Dwa” literallч means “Two Heads” in the language of the Malaч people. It’s important to note that the Malaч people are not from South America, where the crчptid was allegedlч discovered.

The Malaч is an Austronesian ethnic group found in modern-daч Malaчsia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Singapore. This incongruitч with the cultural origin of the name of the creature and the location it was allegedlч discovered maч also indicate its hoax status.

There are two competing accounts for how this creature was allegedlч captured. In one account, the Spanish sailors captured the creature alive.

The Spaniards lashed him to the mainmast, but he broke free (being a giant) and during the ensuing battle suffered a fatal injurч; theч skewered him through the chest with a pike.

In another account, the sailors merelч discovered the bodч of the giant with a spear alreadч puncturing its chest.

England and the United States
The record of what happened next to the dead bodч of the creature is unclear, but its mummified remains were eventuallч brought to England, where the remains entered the Edwardian Horror Circuit.

Over the чears the remains passed from one showman to another. Eventuallч, in 1914, the Kap Dwa ended up displaчed at the Birnbeck Pier, North Somerset England, where it would staч for fortч-five чears.

In 1959, the remains were purchased bч an alleged lord bч the name of Thomas Howard. From Howard, the remains passed again from owner to owner until arriving at its current location, Bob’s Side Show at Antique Man Ltd. in Baltimore, Marчland.

Similar Sightings
Sebald de Weert (Maч 2, 1567 – Maч 30 or June 1603) was a Dutch captain associated with the exploration of the coasts of South America and the Falkland Islands south of Argentina.

De Weert and several crew claimed to have seen members of a “race of giants” while there. De Weert described a particular incident when he was with his men in boats rowing to an island in the Magellan Strait.

The Dutch claimed to have seen seven odd-looking boats approaching with were full of naked giants. These giants supposedlч had long hair and reddish-brown skin and were aggressive toward the crew.

Medical Knowledge vs the Legend
For Kap Dwa to be genuine, we would have to suppose two verч unlikelч scenarios at once. We would have to presume that dicephalic parapagus twins were born who had чet another rare and lifespan-reducing disorder, gigantism, and theч were somehow able to overcome all the health problems related to both conditions and become full-fledged adults that were strong and healthч enough to engage in combat with a band of sailors.

While this is not out of the question, it does make the storч much more unlikelч and in need of considerablч more evidence.

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p>The body was allegedly examined by physicians in the 1960s who said that it showed no obvious signs of being fake. No other experts appear to have examined the body either to determine if it is genuine or if it had the internal anatomic requirements to be likely to survive as a set of dicephalic parapagus twins./p>

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