28 Centuries Earlier - The Longest Kiss
In 1972, archaeologists at the Teppe Hasanlu excavation site discovered the skeletal remains of hundreds of citizens strewn across the streets of an ancient city in the West Azerbaijan Province of Iran. Scientists believe that the people were wiped out by invading raiders of an unknown origin who sacked the city and burned it to the ground. Further investigation and discovery revealed two additional skeletons hidden away in an enclosed mud-brick grain bin. The skeletons inside depicted a couple in a loving embrace. An iconic picture of them was taken and they have since become dubbed the "Hasanlu Lovers" for their embrace and suggested kiss that carbon-dates back 2,800 years.
With the Nephilim's survival of the Great Flood revealed and their return to the Earth confirmed, many historians and scientists now believe that the Biblical monsters were the unknown raiding party that sacked and destroyed the city of Hasanlu. What remains a mystery to this day is the actual story of the Hasanlu Lovers who desperately searched to escape the wrath of the attacking Nephilim.