In 2002 in a remote area of Afghanistan, a U.S. military patrol was searching for a missing patrol and came upon a cave in the side of a mountain with bones scattered around the entrance along with a piece of our communications equipment. Suddenly a man emerged from the cave, standing 12 to 15 feet tall. He had a red beard, long red hair, fair complexion, six fingers on each hand, six toes on each foot, and two rows of teeth. A member of the patrol ran at him and began to shoot. The giant skewed the trooper on a pike as the others continued to shoot and kill the giant.
A helicopter was sent and the soldiers were told to bundle the giant up in cargo netting, and the helicopter carried the giant away. When the patrol had submitted their after-action report, they were told to re-write it removing any mention of a giant.
Other soldiers at the base began to hear rumors of a man being killed that was three times the height of an ordinary human. Paranormal researcher L.A. Marzulli corroborated the account with two soldiers, and Afghan locals told stories of cannibalistic giants living in nearby caves. Of course, the U.S. Department of Defense denies any incident involving a giant in Afghanistan.