Monday April 1st 1889: A red bat, monstrous fish, and a giant whale gather to dine on some brick eggs following a foolish day of nonsense. Read more here, here, here, and here.
Friday March 15th 1889: Covered in slime and muck, Mr. Schroeder stands valiantly above his marine foe before refreshing himself in the ocean’s waters and changing fully back to human form. Read more here.
Wednesday March 6th 1889: Disguised as a piece of luggage, the arriving creature is almost discovered by Mr. Still who needs a slight nip to keep his curious fingers at bay. Read more here. See more here.
Wednesday January 30th 1889: The creature retrieves the remains of his brethren to provide for a proper burial beneath the waves of the sea. Read more here and here.
Monday January 28th 1889: A team of men haul a large skull up to Kingston’s wharf as a threat to the beast beneath the waters of Humboldt Bay. Read more here. See more here.
Wednesday January 9th 1889: The creature created from flame at Weaver’s Laundry on First Street rushes upstairs in attempt of escape, ejecting furniture off the second story before dissipating in the midnight air. Read more here, here, here, and here. See more here.
Friday January 4th 1889: In the Public Library rooms the Natural History and Archeological Society discuss the characteristics of the creature lurking in Humboldt Bay. Read more here.