The Monster of Piedras Blancas

Synopsis: The monster, which looks like a snarling "Creature from the Black Lagoon," invades a sleepy seaside town. The lighthouse keeper, newly widowed and estranged from the town folk, has been leaving food out for the monster for years, unaware of it's blood lust. When the monster's appetite outstrips the keeper's ability to serve it, bloodless decapitated corpses start to show up.
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Irvin Berwick
Production: Vanwick
71 min


Hey! You there!

I told you to stay

away from this light!

I meant it!

Now go on!

Beat it!

Never saw anything

like it in my life.

Head ripped clean off!

What do you think, constable?

I don't know what to think.

They're as white as sheets.

They don't look like they got

a drop of blood left in 'em.

We'll know better

after an autopsy.

I bet old Sturges knows

more than he'll tell.

The Rinaldi brothers always

fished out at the point.

The boat could've drifted back.

- How about it, Matson?

- Suppose you let me do the thinking.

You take these bodies

over to Kochek's.

I'll have Doc join us and

take a look at 'em.

Ahh, I still think Sturges oughta

tell us what he knows.

- Maybe he don't know nothin'.

- Ya wanna bet?

All right, now quit your

grumbling. Get'em out of here.

Okay, folks, you go on

home now, will ya.

This is not a Roman

holiday. Please!

I need some supplies.

You see what happened

to the Rinaldi brothers?

- I didn't stop.

- It was me that found them!

I went out on the pier to

look at my lobster traps,

when I see the boat way out

over there by the breaker line,

but it was low in the water

and looked like it was empty.

But I did not pay much attention

until it drifted near the pier.

Then I seen them.

Like slaughtered steers!

Their throats cut clean!

Funny thing though,

not much blood around.

That lens cleaner I

ordered, come in yet?

That'll be in next week.

You know, the constable

has the idea

they got caught in that

squall we had last night,

and couldn't keep

off the rocks.

But if that was the case,

I say they would

still be on the rocks and nothing

left of that boat at all!

Let me have a pound of liver

and two of bacon.

You wanna know

what I think?

It ain't rocks and

it ain't squalls.

It's something living

that did it.

- Kochek, you talk too much.

- That's what they said 2 yrs ago

when that couple came down

from the east to go fishing.

They found nothing else but some

debris washed up on the shore.

- Anything else?

- Just my week's meat scraps.

You know, if this had happened

when I first came here

there would be nobody said

nothing about rocks and squalls.

It would be the monster of

Piedras Blancas!

I'm not so sure they

would not be right!

You know, we should pay more

attention to these legends.

It would explain many thing that

have happened in the last 30 yrs.

Kochek, you're a bigger

fool than I thought.

Now, where's my

meat scraps?

You did not show up yesterday, so I

gave them to Bert, for his hogs.

You knew I'd be in!

I'm getting tired of keeping

these meat scraps for you!

Besides, Bert paid for it.

You idiot.

You'll be sorry for this.

That'll be 3 dollars!

Where'll we put'em?

Wait a minute, I'll open

up the ice room.

Don't forget, we're burying the

Rinaldi brothers in the morning.

First class funeral.

Better not miss it!

What's burning him?

I didn't save the scraps

for his stupid dog.

I understand Doc Jorgenson is

coming to look them over.

I've got my own idea's of

what happened. Come on!

- Good morning, Dad.

- You left early this morning, Lucille.

I had to open up.

I got the supplies so you

won't have to shop.


Be home before dark.

I'll have supper ready.

Oh, I've got to

work tonight, Dad.

Mrs. Matson isn't

feeling too well.

Got some nice liver,

you always like that.

I'm sorry. I can't help it.

I don't like you coming

home after dark!

Oh, I'll be all right.

Fred'll bring me.

Don't be late.

- Understand?

- Yes, sir.

Oh, Mr. Sturges, can I

have a word with you?

I, ah, thought maybe you

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