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the guy who found the Florensis bones did try to cover it up.
Originally posted by SkipShipman
The problem with giants is a problem from physics, that they would be too cumbersome in the typical human form. As you expand size, the mass of the giant increases with the cube of a linear increase in size.
Originally posted by ShadowXIX
these men would have been very real giants even more so when you consider the average human was something like 5'5'' 150lb long ago.
André died in his sleep on January 27, 1993, in a Paris hotel room. He was in Paris to attend the funeral for his father. It was later concluded that he died of congestive heart failure, a by-product of the growth hormone-secreting pituitary tumor he had much of his life and chose not to have treated.
WrestleMania III was the first time the public really saw the pain that André was going through. At WrestleMania, he was billed at 520 pounds, and the stress of that immense weight on his bones and joints resulted in constant pain.