Unless you're from the Cambridgeshire parish of Eynesbury - or you take a keen interest in tall stories - you've probably never heard of James Toller.
He was born in 1798 and raised in a cottage in Eynesbury, which is part of St Neots.
But one attribute means he has become a towering figure in the area's history.... his own towering figure.
When he died aged 21, James was reported to be a whopping 8ft 6in tall.
It means he's gone down in history as the 'Eynesbury Giant'.
James was buried somewhere in the grounds of the church of St Mary the Virgin.
Although nobody is quite sure of the exact location of his grave, he is still remembered in the town with a plaque and a maquette at the museum.