Here he is, the one you've come for: Robert Wadlow.
In life, he was 8 feet, 11 inches tall. His skeleton, however, is much shorter. In fact, it didn't seem much taller than 7 and a half feet or so. I know that the absence of flesh, muscle, and cartilege accounts for part of the difference. Maybe some settling may occur with shipping, I don't know. (And wasn't Wadlow buried in cement to prevent his remains being displayed?)
Wagner stands beside the skeleton of some other dead tall guy. (The professor couldn't remember his name & the tags are in storage while they rearrange the museum.)