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In 1979, New Jersey orthodontist Jack Cuozzo was granted access to the world's most famous Neanderthal skeletons in Germany, France, and Israel. His interest in the mysterious remains began as mere curiosity about these ancient creatures. His findings, though, are sure to shock the scientific world. Based on his x-rays and photographs, Cuozzo maintains that the key to understanding who the Neanderthals were lies in the pages of aged manuscripts readily available to anyone: the Bible.
Since the first cave discoveries in Germany's Neander Valley, we have been fascinated by these thick-browned, powerful creatures. Who were they and where did they go?
A centerpiece in the study of human evolution, Neanderthal Man has, by his own mysterious demise, created more questions than he has answered.
But what if Neanderthals could answer for themselves and tell us about their origins?
Now, for the first time, that is possible through the original research of Jack Cuozzo. Fascinated by Neanderthal Man for over two decades, Cuozzo, an orthodontist, has fashioned a research book that will clutch the attention of scientists and laypersons alike, for the Neanderthal family has finally emerged to tell a shocking story.
In "Buried Alive", the author, a New Jersey orthodontist, concludes that the Neanderthals were in reality humans from the time of the biblical patriarchs. Illustrations.