So, don't plan on grinding his bones to make your bread

National Geographic is reporting on an internet hoax:

A digitally altered photograph created in 2002 shows a reclining giant surrounded by a wooden platform -- with a shovel-wielding archaeologist thrown in for scale.
By 2004 the "discovery" was being blogged and emailed all over the world -- "Giant Skeleton Unearthed!"-- and it's been enjoying a revival in 2007.
The photo fakery might be obvious to most people. But the tall tale refuses to lie down even five years later, if a continuing flow of emails to National Geographic News are any indication. (The National Geographic Society owns National Geographic News.)

When they say "giant", they mean GIANT -- the "archaeologist" could use this skull's eye orbit as a chair! I'm not going to reproduce it, but you can click the link to see it.