Upon closer examination what they had found appeared very strange indeed. It had a marine like appearance but with the addition of what looked like legs and toes! They contacted the local police, who in turn called in two zoologists.
The zoologists confirmed that the creature did indeed appear to be bipedal, having two legs each terminating in feet complete with five toes each. The creature would have stood about two and a half feet tall. The creature also had two large eyes, teeth and gills. The skin was quite thick and reddish - brown in colour. Photographs were taken and the remains were then incinerated! the zoologists were unable to positively identify the species.
That would have been the end of this short story but nine months later....
In November 1955, Reverend Joseph Overs was walking along the same stretch of beach, were the first creature was found. He was amazed to discover a further creature. This find was much the same as the other creature except this one was larger standing approximately four feet high. Otherwise much the same, same eyes, gills, teeth, legs, feet and toes. Unfortunately not much more is known of this second discovery and that is where the trail ends.
Neither of these creatures origins was ever identified.
A few questions do spring to mind though;
If the zoologists photographed these creatures, why was I unable to find a single photo during my research for this story?
Why would the bodies have been disposed of without first being identified?
Why could I find so little documented evidence in both cases, especially the second?