From Kook Science
The Crowville Skeletons were alleged giant skeletons, the number totalling "several score"[i], that were claimed to have been excavated at the site of a drainage project near Crowville, Louisiana during 1913, described in press reports as being estimated to be 12 feet (3.66 m.) in height with jaw bones "large enough to fit around a child's body." No further information has been found regarding the claim at this time.
- "FIND GIANTS’ SKELETONS. Race of Men Twelve Feet Tall Lives in Louisana.", Washington Herald (Washington, DC): 6, 16 Dec. 1913, https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045433/1913-12-16/ed-1/seq-6/, "Winnsboro, La., Dec. 15. — Skeletons of a race of giants who averaged twelve feet in height were found today by workmen engaged upon a drainage project at Crowville, near here. There were several score, at least, and they lie in various positions. It is believed they were killed in a prehistoric fight, and that the bodies lay where they fell until covered with alluvial deposits due to the flooding of the Mississippi River. No weapons of any sort were found, and it is believed the Titans must have struggled with wooden clubs. The skulls are in a perfect state of preservation, and some of the jaw bones are large enough to fit around a child's body."
- "FIND GIANTS’ SKELETONS. In Life They Averaged Twelve Feet In Height.", Wahpeton Times (Wahpeton, ND): 7, 12 Feb. 1914, https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84024779/1914-02-12/ed-1/seq-7/
- A score being 20, several score would suggest at least 40, or 60, or 80, or more.