Horror In Brooklyn Heights or the Creature from the Clark Street Lagoon

Take a muck filled hole  on Clark Street and the imagination of way too many people and you get Mr. Junkersfeld’s latest opus.

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  • Jane

    Two weeks ago, my 4 year old daughter and I were happily walking along Henry when, before I realized it, she decided to broad jump the pit. She almost made it. I tried but failed to prevent her from landing on her rear in the fetid pool, that was at least 3 inches deep at the time. One of us sobbed and one of us laughed all the way home. Clothes, shoes and child needed to be decontaminated….

  • Karl Junkersfeld

    The disclaimer at the end is purely for comic relief. Even though some of the characters, in this short, remind me of …..

  • epc

    The videos don’t show up in the RSS feed (I use Google Reader), which is surprising as normally Youtube videos do appear.

    Can you include a link to the youtube page when you post videos?

  • anon

    “Comes a creature to confound science and terrorize the world…”

    I immediately thought of (a) helicopters, (b) Judy Stanton, (c) Great Wall, (d) the Brownstoner commenters, and (e) the Brooklyn Bridge Park metal mushroom orbs.

  • Karl Junkersfeld
  • nabeguy

    Weekiwachee out for that pit…it’s a deep one.

  • David G.

    I could’ve sworn I saw something bubbling up in the blob this morning.

  • Sticky

    I walked by this on Saturday and it smelled like anti-freeze in the area. I was a little to frightened to get too close and inspect considering I might turn into the Toxic Avenger.

  • Andrew Porter

    Karl, this is great stuff. I saw that film as a kid in Detroit and it scares the crap out of me. Yeah, I loved it. I will edge around the Pit in the future.