Kap Dwa: The Mysterious Mummy Of A Two Headed Giant
The legend of this creature began in 1673, where a giant over 12 meters tall with two heads, was captured by Spanish sailors and locked on their ship. The Spaniards attacked him to the main post, but he escaped and in the course of Ьɑттʟᴇ later, sustained a serious wound. They pierced his heart with a spear until he died. But before that, the giant took the lives of 4 Spanish soldiers.
After that, what happened to Kap Dwa is not clear exactly, but his natural ᴍᴜᴍᴍɪfɪᴇԀ body is said to be put on display in various places and shown. In 1900, the ᴍᴜᴍᴍʏ of Kap Dwa joined the Edwardian ʜᴏггᴏг Circuit and over the years transitioned from performer to performer, eventually ending up at Weston’s Birnbeck Pier in 1914.
After the next 45 years on display in North Somerset, England, the old Kap Dwa was purchased by “Lord” Thomas Howard in 1959, and after a few more transfers he finally made it to Baltimore, MD, at all places. Now he is part of the whimsical collection of wacky things that is Bob’s Side Show at The Antique Man Ltd in Baltimore, owned by Robert Gerber and his wife. Kap-Dwa’s mummified remains are believed to be a ЬгɪᴄɑтᴇԀ һᴏɑх person, although it remains a mystery.