The myth of Kap Dwa, the two-headed giant, was first recounted several hundred years ago, namely in 1673. It describes how a tiny Spanish city was viciously besieged by a monster, a giant with two heads who was 3 meters tall.
The villagers captured the primitive giant after outwitting him, and out of fear that he would get free, they stabbed him to death. As you can see, we believed that this was only a bedtime story for kids.
We may have only just discovered proof that this tale is historical rather than merely fictional. The mummy was discovered in Paraguay, not Patagonia, there are several issues regarding its origins, and many things remain unexplained. Today, everyone has their own version of the reality.
Whatever the case, this creature existed, it had a life, and now we have its mummified corpse, which has knife wounds to its head and torso.