Thank you for your reply.
To try to link an albino to some European heritage is nuts.
There are Europeans and there are albinos and you're the only one linking them.
To try and refute these centuries old tales by posting one picture of albinos is nuts. The Spanish didn't know about albinos?
I didn't make up these stories, they've been around for decades and until I see some DNA proof I'm not convinced of anything. I don't flippantly disregard them though. There are too many unanswered questions not to consider every possibility.
This is Luzia One of the oldest skeletons ever found in the Americas...from Brazil.(Who the heck is this?)
Some more (unexpected) old skeletons in the Americas:
Vintage Skulls(Who are these people and were did they come from?)
"The oldest human remains found in the Americas were recently "discovered" in the storeroom of Mexico's National Museum of Anthropology. Found in central Mexico in 1959, the five skulls were radiocarbon dated by a team of researchers from the United Kingdom and Mexico and found to be 13,000 years old. They pre-date the Clovis culture by a couple thousand years, adding to the growing evidence against the Clovis-first model for the first peopling of the Americas."
"Of additional significance is the shape of the skulls, which are described as long and narrow, very unlike those of modern Native Americans."